Staff profile - Bikram Chatterjee

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Dr Bikram Chatterjee

Position: Lecturer in Accounting
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Business & Law
Department: Deakin Graduate School of Business
Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Phone: +61 3 92446911 +61 3 92446911
Email: bikram.chatterjee@deakin.edu.au

Academic

Teaching Interests

Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Accounting Theory


Student supervision

Supervised Aldys Tan in Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) Accounting thesis titled U.S. adaptation of IFRS-Issues and progress.


Co-supervised Choi Leng Chu in Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) Accounting thesis titled Greenhouse gas reporting by Chinese companies.
 


Conferences and seminars

  • Tan, A., Chatterjee, B. & Hossain, M. (2013) ‘An investigation into the potential adoption of IFRS in the U.S: Implications and Implementation,’ 4th Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Governance, Wellington, New Zealand, 4-5 April.
  • Chatterjee, B., Mir, M.Z. & Eddie, I. (2012) ‘Infrastructure reporting by local governments - An investigation of the perceptions of annual report recipients and preparers,’ Accounting & Finance Association of Australia & New Zealand Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 1-3 July.
  • Chatterjee, B., Eddie, I. & Mir, M.Z. (2011). ‘Infrastructure reporting by New Zealand local governments: An analysis from public accountability perspective,’ Sino Australia International Conference on Accounting & Finance, Wuhan, China, 26-27 November.
  • Pawsey, N., Brown, A. & Chatterjee, B. (2011). ‘The potential adoption of IFRS for U.S. Issuers: A textual analysis of responses to the proposal,’ 23rd Asian Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Beijing, China, 16-19 October.
  • Mirshekary, S., Yaftian, A. & Chatterjee, B. (2008). ‘Ethical, Economic and Efficient Sector: Is it a gamble? The case of New Zealand Health Sector,’ 9th Annual Conference of the Asian Academic Accounting Association, Dubai, 29th November- 1st December.
  • Chatterjee, B., Tooley, S. & Fatseas, V. (2008). ‘An analysis of the qualitative characteristics of management commentary reporting by New Zealand companies,’ 20th Asian Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Paris, 9-12 November.
  • Chatterjee, B., Mirshekary, S. & Safari, M. (2007). ‘Meeting users’ needs or engaging in information overload: The case of narrative reporting by Iranian companies,’ 7th International Business Research Conference, Sydney, Australia, 3-6 December.
  • Chatterjee, B. & Mir, M.Z. (2007). ‘An empirical investigation of Chairman’s report - A comparison between secretive and transparent value oriented countries,’ Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting (APIRA) conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 8-10 July.
  • Chatterjee, B. & Mir, M.Z. (2007). ‘Cultural Influence on disclosure in financial reporting - The current scenario in India,’ Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting (APIRA) conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 8-10 July.
  • Chatterjee, B. & Mir, M.Z. (2006). ‘The Rhetoric of Environmental Reporting: The Case of India’ Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 2-4 July.
  • Chatterjee, B. (2005). ‘Highlights in annual reports - Its perceived usefulness,’ Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) conference, Melbourne, 3-5 July.
  • Chatterjee, B. & Mir, M.Z. (2005). ‘The role of mandatory cost audit in enhancing trust- A case of India,’ Critical perspectives on accounting conference, New York, 28-30 April.
  • Chatterjee, B. (2005) ‘Global convergence of financial reporting standards: implications for India,’ 7th International Accounting Conference, Kolkata, India, 8-9 January.
     

Research

Research interests

International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Public sector reporting, Private sector reporting


Research grants

AFAANZ research fund in 2006 of A$6,000 for the project ‘Ethics in the New Zealand health sector, in an era of cutting costs’ (with Dr Soheila Mirshekary and Dr Ali Yaftian,). 


Publications

Publications

  • Tan, A., Chatterjee, B. & Bolt, S (2013). The rigor of IFRS education: Analysis, reflection and innovativeness. Accounting Education: An International Journal, 1-17. 
  • Chatterjee. B. & Brown, A. (2012) Embedding English language in an accounting subject: A case of interactive interdisciplinary collaboration and learning. E-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching, 6(1), 44-50.
  • Pawsey, N., Brown, A. & Chatterjee, B (2013) The potential adoption of IFRS for U.S. Issuers: A textual analysis of responses to the proposal. Asian Journal of Business and Accounting, 6(1), 59-93.  
  • Chu, C.I., Chatterjee, B. & Brown, A. (2013). The current status of greenhouse gas reporting by Chinese companies: A test of legitimacy theory. Managerial Auditing Journal, 28(2), 114-139.
  • Mirshekary, S., Yaftian, A. & Chatterjee, B. (2012). Ethical climate in the New Zealand health sector. International Journal of Behavioural and Healthcare Research, 3(3/4), 244-257.
  • Chu, C.I., Chatterjee, B. & Brown, A. (2012). Greenhouse gas emissions reporting literature: A review and critique. Indian Accounting Review, 16(1), 19-38.
  • Chatterjee, B., Tooley, S., Fatseas, V. & Brown, A. (2011). An analysis of qualitative characteristics of Management Commentary reporting by New Zealand companies. Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal, 5(4), 43-64.
  • Chatterjee, B., Mirshekary, S., Al-Farooque, O & Safari, M. (2010). Users’ Information Requirements and Narrative Reporting: The case of Iranian Companies. Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance, 4(2), 79-96
  • Chatterjee, B., Mir, M.Z. &Al-Farooque, O. (2009). The current status of related party disclosure in India: A longitudinal analysis. Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies, 9, 287-319. 
  • Mir, M.Z. & Chatterjee, B. (2009). Culture and Corporate Voluntary Reporting: A Comparative Exploration of the Chairperson’s Report in India and New Zealand.’ Managerial Auditing Journal, 24(7), 639-667.
  • Chatterjee, B. & Hawkes, L. (2008). Does Internet reporting improve the accessibility of financial reporting in a global world? A comparative study of New Zealand and Indian companies. Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance, 2(4), 33-56.
  • Mir, M.Z., & Chatterjee, B. (2008). Relevance of Traditional Management Accounting in the Public Sector, Indian Accounting Review,12 (1), 60-74.
  • Chatterjee, B. & Mir, M.Z. (2008). The current status of environmental reporting by Indian companies, Managerial Auditing Journal, 23(6), 609-629. 
  • Chatterjee, B. & Mirshekary, S. (2007). Lost in a plethora of concerns? Match, Mismatch and Hypnotism: The case of the New Zealand public sector. Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance, 1(4), 62-70.
  • Chatterjee, B. (2007). Highlights in annual reports: Its perceived usefulness. International Journal of Commerce and Management, 17(1/2), 166-177.
  • Chatterjee, B. & Mir, M. Z. (2006) The Role of Mandatory cost audit in enhancing trust - The case of India. Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management, 3(1), 27-45.
  • Chatterjee, B. (2005). Global convergence of financial reporting standards: implications for India. Indian Accounting Review, 9(1), 29-54.
     


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