Professor Keith Hooper, formerly Head of Department at AUT University, has recently joined Unitec Institute of Technology. During his tenure at AUT University, Keith introduced and managed Auckland’s first MPA programme. Keith has produced over 60 ranked journal publications and is the author of several books and professional articles. Currently, he is an independent director on the governing board of the Airedale Property Trust, an Auckland philanthropic body. He has taught at universities in the UK, France and China where currently he is an Honorary Professor at Beijing Information Science & Technology University. Besides teaching and research, Keith has supervised over 20 successful PhD completions and continues to supervise in his areas of interest such as third sector reporting and the tension between agency and structure in accounting. At Unitec, he will be the programme leader for the new Master in Applied Practice.
Wang, J., & Hooper, K. (2015). Shame and authority: Tracing the origins of internal control practices in China. Accounting History Conference, Ballarat, Australia.
Hooper, K., & Wang, J. (2015). Ethics and auditing: setting the bar too low. Corporate Ownership and Control (Vol. 12(4)).
Nguyen, L., Hooper, K., and Sinclair, R. (2014). Construction of accounting identities in Vietnam. Auckland Region Accounting (ARA) Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.
Huang, H., Hooper, K., and Sinclair, R. (2014). China's participation and resistance in adopting Western accounting practices. Auckland Region Accounting (ARA) Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.
Yang, C., Sinclair, R., and Hooper, K.C. (2014). Great expectations: report on charitable funding and accountability. New Zealand Law Journal.
Hooper, K.C. (2014). "What's in a name?": Or why create another journal. Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management (Vol. 11(1)).
Zhang, T., Huang, J., and Hooper, K. (2014). Empirical study on the relationship among government holding, asset injection and listed companies performance - Evidence from China securities market,. Corporate Ownership & Control Journal (Vol. 12(1)).
Su, R., Yi, R., Hooper, K.C., and Dutta, A. (2013). Information spillover, profit opportunities, and return deviations analysis: the case of cross listed BHP Billiton. International Journal of Business & Economics (Vol. 12(2)).
Wang, J., Hooper, K.C., and Sinclair, R. (2013). Mobilizing accounting as a mechanism of control in hotels: A Foucauldian analysis. 17th Annual Waikato Management School Student Research Conference, 18 October, Hamilton, New Zealand,.
Wang, J., Hooper, K.C., and Sinclair, R. (2013). The productive and symbolic functions of internal control in the Chinese hotel industry. Auckland Region Accounting (ARA) Conference, 29 November, Auckland, New Zealand.
Hooper, K.C., and Kearins, K. (2012). Accounting and colonial liberalism, In R. K. Fleishmann, W. Funnell & S. P. Walker (Eds.). Critical histories of accounting: Sinister inscriptions in the modern era, London: Routledge.