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Michael Bromwich awarded CIMA Gold Medal

22 June 2009

Michael Bromwich|, CIMA Professor of Accounting and Financial Management Emeritus, was awarded CIMA's Gold Medal at the Institute's Annual General Meeting held on 6th June 2009. The Gold Medal, the highest honour of the Institute, was awarded "for outstanding service to CIMA, providing direction to the entire profession and generating thinking which has developed the science of management accounting."

Michael has published some 100 articles in, among others, The Accounting Review, Accounting, Organizations and Society, Abacus, and Management Accounting Research of which he is a founding editor. He teaches both Management Accounting and Financial Corporate Accounting in the Department of Accounting at LSE. Michael was previously Convenor of the Department of Accounting and Finance for eight years.

His special areas of interest include the setting of accounting standards and their economic meaning, and he is an expert in their analysis, fair value accounting, accounting for regulated industries and the OFT, strategic cost analysis and accounting numbers for performance measurement. 

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