Dr Binh Bui

Teaching in 2020

Profile

Dr Binh Bui teaches Management Accounting and Accounting Information Systems at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels within the School of Accounting and Commercial Law, Victoria University of Wellington. She has more than 10 years experience of teaching accounting and are highly experienced with using a variety of accounting systems and softwares.

Her areas of research are broad but inter-related. They include accounting education, sustainability accounting, management accounting, and accounting history. For the last few years her research interests have focused on accounting and the role it plays in enabling organisations to address climate change issues and move to a lower-carbon future.

Selected publications

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Bui, B. and de Villiers, C. (2016). Business Strategies and Management Accounting in Response to Climate Change Risk Exposure and Regulatory Uncertainty. Forthcoming at British Accounting Review. 

Hopper, T. and Bui, B. (2016). Has Management Accounting Research been Critical? Management Accounting Research, 31 (june 2016), 10-30.

Bui, B. and Hoque, N. (2015). Corporate Environmental Strategy, Lobby Group Participation and Political Reaction to New Zealand Emissions Trading Bill. Accounting, Accountability & Performance, 19(1), 5-32. 

Baskerville, R., Bui, B., Fowler, C. (2014). Voices within the winds of change: the demise of KMG Kendons. Accounting History, 19(1-2), 31-52. 

Bui, B. (2011). Management Accounting and Control Systems: An Organizational and Sociological Approach, Journal of Global Accounting and Organizational Change, 7(3), 309-311. 

Bui, B. and Porter, B. (2010) Expectation – Performance Gap in Accounting Education: an exploratory study. Accounting Education: An International Journal. 16(1), 23-50.  

Marginson, D.E.W. and Bui, B. (2009). Human cost of multiple role expectations. Behavioral Research in Accounting, 21(1), 59-82.

Book chapters

Bui. B. (April 2017). Carbon risk management in a regulatory context: the case of New Zealand. Routledge Companion to Risk and Accounting, Woods, M. and Linsley, P. (eds): Chapter 8. Routledge.

Bui, B. and Porter, B. (2012) Expectation – Performance Gap in Accounting Education: an exploratory study. Personal Transferable Skills in Accounting Education, Watty, K, Jacking, B. and Wilson, R. M. S (eds), 22-50.

Doctoral thesis

Bui, B. (2011). Strategy-driven implications for the management control systems of electricity generators due to government climate change policies. Victoria University of Wellington. 286 pages. Available from: http://researcharchive.vuw.ac.nz/bitstream/handle/10063/1658/thesis.pdf?sequence=1, 286pp

Published working papers

Bui, B. Hunt, C. & Fowler, C. (2008). A risk-focused Performance Management System Framework for Planning Change in Organisations subject to significant environmental pressures and uncertainty. CAGTR Working paper Series, Working Paper No. 61.

Bradshaw, J. Bui, B. and Hunt, C. (2007). Uncertainty, MCS and Firm performance: towards an integrated business risk focused framework. CAGTR Working paper Series, Working Paper No.52.

Bui. B. (2007) Mergers, International Affiliations and the Rise and Fall of a National Firm: Kendon Cox & Co 1908-1988. CAGTR Working paper Series, Working Paper No. 50.

Peer-reviewed academic conference papers

Bui. B. (2016). Risk management in local authorities: an application of Schatzki’s social site ontology. Accepted for presentation at AFAANZ 2016 Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 4-7 July, and APIRA Conference, Melbourne, 14-16 July.

Bui,B. Hoang, H., Phan, D. and Yapa, P. (2016). Governance and compliance in accounting education in South East Asia - case of Vietnam. Accepted for presentation at AFAANZ 2016 Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 4-7 July.

Fowler, C., Bui, B. and Van Dissen, J. (2015). “Did the occupational and social networks of early Nelson “accountants” matter?”Accepted for presentation at Accounting History Symposium, AFAANZ, Hobart, Australia, 4 July.

Hopper, T. and Bui. B. (2015). “Has management accounting research been critical ? “ MAR 25th Anniversary Conference, London School of Economics, 17 April 2015.

Bui, B. & De Villiers, C. (2015). “Accountants creating institutions and effecting field-level change in the carbon economy”, IPA Conference, Stockholm, July 2015.

Bui, B. & De Villiers, C. (2015). Carbon Emissions Management Control Systems. PMAA Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, February.

Bui, B. and Fowler, C. (2015). Carbon controls in a New Zealand electricity utility: an application of theoretical triangulation. MONFORMA Conference, Melbourne, February 2015 and New Zealand Management Accounting Conference, Auckland, November 2014.

Bui T B, ‘Risk management strategies and carbon accounting in a volatile regulatory context’, RMIT Accounting for Sustainability Conference, Melbourne, 2 June 2014, and AFAANZ 2014, Auckland, 6-8 July 2014.

Bui T B, de Villiers, C. “Accountants creating institutions and effecting field-level change in the carbon economy”, A-CSEAR Conference (2013), Hamilton, 1-3 December, pp. 1-33 and AFAANZ (2014), Auckland, 6-8 July 2014..

Bui T B, “Drivers of tight carbon control, A-PMA Australasian Conference, Queenstown 2013, 30-1 November, pp. 1-25.

Bui T B, Syd Y, “How managers use PMS to induce behavioural change“, New Zealand Management Accounting Research Conference, Queenstown, 2013, 4-5 November, pp. 1-40.

Bui T B, Fowler C J, Hunt C J, 'Re-externalising an externality: carbon costs and carbon accounting in political processes', A-CSEAR Conference (2013), Hamilton, 1-3 December, pp. 1-33.

Teaching in 2020