Vlerick professor Mario Vanhoucke wins award for valuable contribution to accounting literature

At the annual American Accounting Association meeting in Denver, Mario Vanhoucke, Professor of Operations Research and Project Scheduling at Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, has won the “Notable Contributions to Management Accounting Literature Award”. This award recognises an outstanding contribution to the management accounting literature and is granted by the American Accounting Association which promotes worldwide excellence in accounting education, research and practice.

Mario Vanhoucke won the award for his 2007 paper “A Simulation Analysis of Interactions among errors in Costing Systems”, which was published in The Accounting Review, and co-authored with Eva Labro (Kenan-Flagler Business School).

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