Frederick Ng

University of Auckland Business School

Lecturer

12 Grafton Rd

Private Bag 92019

Auckland, 1010

New Zealand

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Unlocking Customer Accounting's Potential: A Service-Dominant Logic Approach

The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series, Forthcoming, Pacific Accounting Review, Vol. 30 No. 3, pp. 371-386. https://doi.org/10.1108/PAR-07-2016-0071, 2018
Posted: 28 Jan 2022
Frederick Ng and Zack Wood
University of Auckland Business School and The University of Auckland

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Service-dominant logic, Value creation, Target costing, Customer profitability analysis, Balanced scorecard, Customer accounting

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Accounting at Your Service: University Survival, Recovery and Revolution from Covid-19

Pacific Accounting Review, Vol. 33 No. 5, pp. 652-664. https://doi.org/10.1108/PAR-09-2020-0172 , The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
Posted: 28 Jan 2022
Frederick Ng
University of Auckland Business School

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Service-dominant logic, COVID-19, Business recovery, Roles of accounting

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Preserving Transferable Skills in the Accounting Curriculum During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Accounting Research Journal, 34(3), 290-303. doi:10.1108/arj-09-2020-0297, The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
Posted: 28 Jan 2022
Frederick Ng and Julie Harrison
University of Auckland Business School and University of Auckland Business School

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Transferable skills, Accounting education, Curriculum design, COVID-19

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COVID-19 and Sustainability Reporting: What are the Roles of Reporting Frameworks in a Crisis?

Pacific Accounting Review, New Zealand Society of Accountants, ISSN: 0114-0582, Forthcoming, https://doi.org/10.1108/PAR-09-2020-0169., The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper
Posted: 21 Jun 2021
Ramona Zharfpeykan and Frederick Ng
University of Auckland Business School and University of Auckland Business School

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global reporting initiative (GRI), institutional theory, legitimacy theory, sustainability reporting, stakeholder theory, COVID-19