Gå til hovedinnhold

Anna Alon


Accounting and Auditing

9I263 ( Universitetsveien 19, Kristiansand )

Anna Alon is a Professor of Accounting and Auditing at the University of Agder (UiA) School of Business and Law. She holds a PhD in Accounting from the University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida. Prior to joining academia, she worked at KPMG, Kodak, and Siemens. Alon’s research has been published in well-regarded journals, including Accounting, Organizations and Society, Journal of Business Ethics, Corporate Governance: An International Review, and Behavioral Research in Accounting. 

She is a principal investigator on the project funded by the Norwegian Research Council tittled Internationalization of Financial Accounting and Auditing (IFRA). More information at https://ifra.uia.no/

Faglige interesser

  • Accounting Theory
  • Financial Accounting


Alon’s research focuses on accounting and institutional aspects of corporate governance, including the evolution of accounting regulation, IFRS in particular, and auditing profession in transition economies. She is interested in theory development and empirical testing of accounting concepts as they evolve and get adopted in transition economies. Further, the evolution of regulatory accounting environment of Russia and how it impacts different dimensions of the audit profession is a focus of a number of her studies. 

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner

  • Agana, Joseph; Alon, Anna; Zamore, Stephen (2021). Self-regulation and Re-regulation: Audit Fees Research.
  • Alon, Anna; Kim, Oksana (2021). Import substitution: Implications for auditors..
  • Albu, Nadia; Albu, Catalin; Alon, Anna; Leca, Bernard (2021). Experimenting with audit at the periphery of capitalism: The role of regulation and resource partitioning in the audit field formation..
  • Mwintome, Gordon; Alon, Anna; Zamore, Stephen; Agana, Joseph (2021). Determinants of Key Audit Matters: Governance and auditor attributes.


Sist endret: 13.08.2019 11:08