Harnessing Technology for Knowledge Transfer in Accountancy, Auditing, and Finance

Harnessing Technology for Knowledge Transfer in Accountancy, Auditing, and Finance

Release Date: February, 2024|Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 279
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-1331-2
ISBN13: 9798369313312|EISBN13: 9798369313329
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The fusion of technology and knowledge transfer has become a pivotal force in the ever-evolving landscape of accountancy, auditing, and finance. Harnessing Technology for Knowledge Transfer in Accountancy, Auditing, and Finance delves deep into technology's revolutionary potential, dissecting advancements like artificial intelligence, blockchain, data analytics, machine learning, and cloud computing. Through examination and analysis, this book unveils the immense applicability of these technologies in facilitating the transfer of knowledge within the intricate web of financial industries.

One of the book's unique strengths is its comprehensive approach to technology adoption. Readers will unearth innovative methodologies, best practices, and novel strategies for optimizing knowledge transfer processes through technological integration to enhance organizational performance and efficiency, equipping professionals with the tools and insights to thrive in the modern financial landscape.

However, this book explores the ethical and security quandaries that accompany this technological revolution. It delves deep into the ethical considerations surrounding data privacy, security breaches, and potential biases in algorithmic decision-making. This book empowers its readers to navigate these challenges by addressing these concerns, ensuring the ethical and secure implementation of technology-driven knowledge transfer practices.

Furthermore, the book is a vital bridge between academia and practice, effectively bridging the knowledge chasm. Packed with cutting-edge research and real-world case studies, it showcases how technological advancements can be practically applied in accountancy, auditing, and finance. This book is ideal for professionals, academics, and researchers. It arms them with indispensable tools, insights, and strategies to harness the full potential of technology in knowledge transfer.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Academic-Industry Gap
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Best Practices
  • Blockchain
  • Case Studies
  • Cloud Computing
  • Data Analytics
  • Digital Transformation
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Financial Education
  • Financial Industry
  • Knowledge Transfer
  • Machine Learning
  • Security Challenges
  • Technology Integration
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Editor/Author Biographies

Samuel Kwok is a story scientist and an expert in cross-border bullion finance. He holds a Doctorate in Professional Studies from Middlesex University London. He is a practice-led researcher who has developed a unique approach to role-based narrative policy framework and Policy-actors group research for branding management. Dr Kwok is an FHEA with extensive experience in conducting educational research and authoring business cases published and reprinted internationally. His monograph 'Strategy of China Bullion Market Integration and its Financial Impact' published by People’s Daily Press, China, highlights his exceptional expertise in the field. Dr Kwok is a member of Chartered Accountants Worldwide (CAW) and is listed as an FCA on the FCA's Register in the UK. He has several professional qualifications, including FCCA, HKICPA, FAIA(Acad), FCEC, and ICEC-USA. Dr Kwok is a distinguished columnist. He has also been recognized as an Industry Expert by the Bureau of Science & Technology of Suzhou Municipal People's Government since 2020. With his extensive knowledge and expertise, Dr Kwok has worked with the Executive Education of IBSS as Academic Director on corporate training programs for CRRC, Sodexo, and Santoni. His views have been featured by major media outlets such as Xinhua News Agency, AB Magazine (ACCA), 21st Century Business Herald, NHK, Jakarta Post, ABC-Australia, The Campus (TIMES Higher Education), The CONVERSATION, and Channel News Asia. Before starting his consultancy firm in 2012, Dr Kwok worked for KPMG and Deloitte and served as a board executive member of two publicly listed firms in Hong Kong. Dr Kwok is a constructive and forward-thinking expert in his field, and his contributions to the industry are invaluable.

Mohamed Omran is currently working as a Senior Associate Professor in Accounting at International Business School Suzhou (IBSS), Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU). He gained his PhD in Accounting in 2008 from La Trobe University, Australia. Dr Omran is a member of both CPA and CMA Australia. He possesses long international experience (over 30 years) in teaching accounting subjects in different universities around the globe (i.e., China, Australia, Kuwait, and Egypt). Before joining XJTLU, Dr Omran worked as a Senior Lecturer of Accounting at Central Queensland University (Australia) and Associate Professor of Accounting at Gulf University for Sciences and Technology (Kuwait). Dr Omran taught various accounting subjects, including financial accounting, management accounting, and auditing. His research interests include corporate financial reports and disclosure, corporate social responsibility, and corporate governance issues. Dr Omran has published widely in accounting and finance journals. He is currently AE for the Journal of Applied Accounting Research. He is also a member of CPA & CMA Australia.
Poshan (Sam) Yu a Chinese Australian, is a versatile individual who excels in a range of roles and industries. With a dynamic skill set, he serves as a consultant, adjunct professor, keynote speaker, research award winner, SSCI journal editor, author, ad-hoc reviewer, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and OzAsia festival ambassador. Additionally, he brings his financial expertise to over 30 media platforms in China as a guest financial news commentator. Sam's academic contributions extend to various prestigious institutions. He teaches at the University of Victoria Program at Soochow University in China and holds the position of an external professor of financial technology and finance at SKEMA Business School, China. Furthermore, he is a visiting professor at Krirk University in Thailand, EU-Asia research coordinator at the European Business Institute of Luxembourg, and a visiting researcher at the Australian Studies Centre of Shanghai University. Notably, he is also a guest professor at Emlyon Business School China and an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University's master program at Renmin University of China. Previously, he taught as a casual academic at the University of South Australia Business School and was a visiting scholar at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Furthermore, Sam is actively engaged with several organizations and holds significant positions. As a regional partner in China for FasterCapital, based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, he plays a vital role in fostering entrepreneurship. He also serves as a vice president at Tinbowah Investment in Beijing and holds an honorary vice president position at the Belt and Road Blockchain Association. Additionally, he contributes as a business mentor for AIC RAISE in Coimbatore, India, the Griffith Industry Mentoring Program in Australia, and University College London. Beyond his professional endeavors, Sam acts as the marketing manager at CAMathories™, an organization founded by a group of Cambridge University alumni and faculty members dedicated to early childhood education, mathematics, science, and advanced technologies. Sam's research interests are extensive and encompass a wide range of topics. They include public-private partnerships, financial technology, regulatory technology, educational technology, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, venture capital, start-ups, intellectual property, art finance, wine, and China's “One Belt One Road” policy.
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