Dr Gerhard Kristandl

Dr Gerhard Kristandl Mag. rer. soc. oec., PhD

Dr Gerhard Kristandl

Dr Gerhard Kristandl
Mag. rer. soc. oec., PhD

Senior Lecturer

Department of Accounting and Finance

Faculty of Business

Dr Gerhard Kristandl is an internationally published, award-winning author of several papers, a book on intellectual capital and intangibles as well as a textbook on Business Information Systems. He has extensive management consulting experience in top client-facing roles and provides insights and experience from both the academic and corporate worlds.

Before he joined the department of Accounting & Finance at the University of Greenwich, he worked for Accenture Germany in their Finance and Performance Management practice from 2007–09. Prior to that, he was a research and teaching assistant in management accounting at Vienna University of Economics and Business from 2002–07. He holds a Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.

In 2006, Gerhard was a visiting scholar at the DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.Currently, Gerhard is doing research in the area of cloud technology and management accounting and control. He has also developed and presented papers in the area of Accounting History.

He is also a contributor to and reviewer of journal articles and management accounting textbooks in the UK, as well as the co-author of a textbook on Business Information Systems for accounting students.

  • Course leader of Managing Business Processes with SAP Year 3;
  • Course leader of Accounting Information Systems Year 2;
  • Co-course leader of Introduction to Management Accounting Year 1;
  • Management Accounting lead for Excel lab teaching Year 2;
  • Accounting & Finance Web Author.
  • Inspirational Teaching Award - Student Led Teaching Awards 2017 Winner
  • Outstanding teaching - Faculty of Business Staff Awards 2017 Winner
  • Edvinsson/Saint-Onge Best Student Paper Award, 2007, 28th McMaster World Congress on Intellectual Capital, 2007, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) since 2018
  • Post-Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) since 2011
  • Lead (SAP-A) for SAP University Alliances at University of Greenwich
  • Accounting education in connection with IT teaching
  • Cloud technology, big data and impact on management accounting
  • Business information systems, Enterprise Resource Planning systems
  • Accounting and business history

Funded research projects

  • CIMA seedcorn funding for research project on cloud technology and controlling, 2013, £5,000 (with Martin Quinn/DCU and Erik Strauss/WHU)

Interviewed for:

  • Carlebach, E. (2014) "Should you put your small business accounts in the cloud?", The Guardian, 14 January 2014, [online] Available at:<http://gu.com/p/3ymga/sbl> [Accessed 12 January 2015].

, and () . Qualitative Research In Accounting and Management. Emerald. ISSN 1176-6093 ISSN 1176-6093

and () . Accounting History. SAGE Publications. pp. 206-230. ISSN 1032-3732 ISSN 1032-3732

, and () . Zeitschrift für KMU und Entrepreneurship. pp. 281-304. ISSN 1860-4633 ISSN 1860-4633

, and () . Management and Financial Accounting Report. CIMA.

, and () . Controlling and Management Review. Springer Gabler. pp. 313-317. ISSN 2195-8262 ISSN 2195-8262

, and () . Financial Management. Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, London, UK. pp. 1-12.

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() . In: The Routledge Companion to Accounting Information Systems. Routledge, Oxon. pp. 24-38. ISBN 978-1138125865

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and () . Pearson Education Ltd., London, UK. ISBN 9780273773528

Browse our research at GALA