Dr Nicole Ang
School of Accounting - Bcom, (Hons) UNSW | MA, Stanford | PhD, UNSW
Nicole teaches introductory and management accounting. Her current research interests are in the area of behavioural decision making in accounting, with a focus on decisions involving interactive groups, the use of accounting information in negotiation and capital investment, and the motivational effects of relative performance information. In 2017 she received the Behavioral Research in Accounting (BRIA) Best Paper Award.
Prior to joining the School, Nicole worked in economic consulting in San Francisco, and in the audit and business advisory services division of Arthur Andersen in Sydney.
Teaching and Supervision
Current Courses Taught
- ACCT2522 Management Accounting 1
- ACCT4852 Current Developments in Accounting Research - Managerial
- ACCT5930 Financial Accounting
- ACCT5952 Current Developments in Accounting Research - Managerial
- 2014 CIMA Research Grant - “The impact of costing uncertainty and incentives on inter-firm negotiations” (with L. Chang)
- 2014 CIMA Research Grant - “Relative Performance Information and Financial Incentives in a Multi-task Environment”
- 2014 AFAANZ Research Grant - “The impact of costing system accuracy and responsibility for others on risk-taking in negotiations” (with L. Chang)
- 2009 AFAANZ Research Grant - “Do accounting systems encourage or destroy honesty? The effect of communicated values and control system design on capital investment decisions.” (with M.C. Cheng)
UNSW Business School profile: https://www.business.unsw.edu.au/our-people/nicoleang