Dr Jodie Moll

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Position: Senior Lecturer
Academic unit: Accounting and Finance


Jodie is Senior Lecturer in Accounting. Her academic research background is in the areas of Managerial Accounting and Public Sector Financial Management. She has published in Accounting, Organizations and Society, Management Accounting Research, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, European Accounting Review, Financial Accountability and Management, and Public Money and Management. Jodie is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change and she is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management.

Research Interests

Management Control Systems; Accounting and network coordination; R&D and Innovation;

Public Sector Accounting

Additional Information

Managerial Accounting; Financial Accounting; Public Sector Finance

Programme involvement

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  • Moll, J., Messner, M., & Stromsten, T. (2017). Credibility and authenticity in qualitative accounting research. In The Routledge Companion to Qualitative Accounting Research Methods. Routledge. . Publication link: ecd7431c-d714-4be3-9a7d-7a3fe9dfeb6b



  • Harrigan, F., Moll, J., & O'Leary, T. (2012). Research & Development, Globalization and the Limits of Management Control Systems: An Empirical Study. In host publication.. Publication link: b4bf6d5f-c280-4bca-97ce-dcabcf7256ef
  • Miller, P., Moll, J., & O'Leary, T. (2012). Managing inter-firm interdependencies in R&D investment: Insights from the semiconductor industry. (CIMA Research Report). London: CIMA.. Publication link: 937a4f8a-ca2d-4d1b-9c79-e03ca9b23e36


  • Wagner, E. L., Moll, J., & Newell, S. (2011). Accounting logics, reconfiguration of ERP systems and the emergence of new accounting practices: A sociomaterial perspective. Management Accounting Research, 22(3), 181-197. DOI: 10.1016/j.mar.2011.03.001. Publication link: e94aacbc-7276-495a-b6e9-df81367bb483


  • Chow, D., Humphrey, C., & Moll, J. (2010). Networks and the Diffusion of Accounting Technologies: The UK Whole of Government Accounts Project. In host publication.. Publication link: 68db5d41-50de-4f87-b31c-6af3eae6b87d
  • Moll, J., Chow, D., & Humphrey, C. (2010). Networks and the diffusion of accounting technologies: The UK whole of government accounts project of accounting technologies. Paper presented at APIRA 2010, University of Sydney, .. Publication link: 24c9242d-fcd2-4286-b170-f1f0e51457be



  • Moll, J., & Chow, H. (2008). 10 Years After – The WGA Project and the Implications for Public Sector Accounting Research. BAA, Blackpool, .. Publication link: 949c7082-ff5b-49e1-a610-1b721aa5ef08


  • Moll, J., & Hoque, Z. (2007). New Organizational Forms in the Australian Public Sector: The Specifier/ Provider Model. In APIRA 2007.. Publication link: 0ac1f0bc-5dc8-4489-af32-bfe8b3f795cb


  • Moll, J., & Hoque, Z. (Ed.) (2006). The Impact of Management Accounting Change on People. In Handbook of Cost and Management Accounting. Spiramus. . Publication link: c52fc392-48ff-40c3-9750-525d62c1516b
  • Moll, J., Humphrey, C., & Chow, D. (2006). Policy Transfer and Learning? International Developments in Consolidated Government Accounting. In EAA.. Publication link: c0d6ea79-36ee-46fc-845b-1e1041e6554b
  • Humphrey, C., Moll, J., Hopper, T. (Ed.), Northcott, D. (Ed.), & Scapens, R. (Ed.) (2006). Management Accounting and Accountants in the Public Sector: The Challenges Presented by Public Private Partnerships (PPP). In Issues in Management Accounting. Prentice Hall/Financial Times. . Publication link: fc7ef59c-5526-4610-9053-3271ce9dde63
  • Moll, J., Burns, J., Major, M., & Hoque, Z. (Ed.) (2006). Institutional Theory. In Methodological Issues in Accounting Research: Theories and Methods. Spiramus: London. . Publication link: 3eeac71f-a052-4f3b-a37b-0d4bf553d394


  • Humphrey, C., Moll, J., & Chow, D. (2005). A Conceptual and Practical Minefield? A Question of (Not) Learning from International Developments in Consolidated Government Accounting. In Central Government Accountancy 2005 CPD event: Developments in Accountancy.. Publication link: 2d4a744f-0263-44a6-8be1-1605afd23560


  • Moll, J. (2004). Higher Education - Nowhere to Hide from the Winds of Change: a review of literature on Universities coping with their environments. In host publication.. Publication link: ee89051c-39af-4c47-bf12-5dcc7a3c22f5
  • Humphrey, C., Moll, J., & Chow, D. (2004). Questions of Value: An Analysis of Experiences with Whole of Government Accounting in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. In APIRA 2004.. Publication link: da770f6d-535e-415f-9077-f628de1109bd
  • Moll, J., & Hoque, Z. (2004). Rational-Legal budgeting, notions of legitimacy and power within a University environment: a case study. In host publication.. Publication link: de11bb56-d730-4e2c-8d5a-4e878924f1b6


  • Moll, J., & Hoque, Z. (2003). Management Accounting in a changing local government entity: bringing together notions of external legitimacy and employee perspectives. In AFAANZ 2003.. Publication link: 95c2b037-895c-425c-9a93-17874fcef56e


  • Hoque, Z., & Moll, J. (2001). Public sector reform: Implications for accounting, accountability and performance of state-owned entities - An Australian perspective. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 14(4-5), 304-326. DOI: 10.1108/09513550110395256. Publication link: 8b92d243-576b-4dae-95a2-67d662f086ab


  • Moll, J. (2000). The New Institutionalism, Organizational Change and Management Control Systems: A Case Study of an Australian Local Government Entity. In host publication.. Publication link: 75826065-73c3-4ef1-9af3-35e1d66f5bec