This research seminar is hosted by the Centre for Research into Accounting and Finance in Context (CRAFiC) at Sheffield University Management School
Dr Naoko Komori, Sheffield University Management School.
Naoko joined the Sheffield University Management School (SUMS) in October 2008. She completed her PhD at SUMS and subsequently worked as a research fellow at the Centre for Analysis of Investment Risk (CAIR) in Manchester Business School. Before moving to the UK, she worked as an associate professor in the Faculty of Economics at the University of Wakayama in Japan. She also holds an MBA from the University of Kobe in Japan
Naoko’s major interest is to enhance understanding of the processes of globalization in the field of accountancy, with specific reference to Japan. She applied multiple approaches to explore how international audit firms have integrated with Japan’s indigenous culture, and how this process is impacting on the way professional identities are constructed. More recently, she is examining this process in a various fields including manufacturing, entrepreneurship and popular culture.
One of her recent research is concerned with how cultural diversity is sustained in the knowledge creation process in international academia. Her particular interest includes: globalisation, translation, audit firms, entrepreneurial university, regional innovation system.