The Department of Accounting and Information Management (AIM) is committed to innovative high quality education, life-time learning, and research. It enjoys an excellent global reputation due to its international orientation, strong research focus, and impact.
Our department AIM offers a stimulating research and learning environment. We strive to remain at the top in terms of our research and are eager to pass this knowledge on to our students and other participants of our different educational programmes.
A number of our department colleagues received several important awards and grants for their research and teaching, indicating the high quality of their work. In addition, we as department feel committed to the global academic community. In that respect, many of us serve on editorial boards of leading journals, and fulfill senior roles in different organisations. Our department has been host of some prestigious research conferences in the recent past (Annual Meeting of the European Accounting Association, 2016; 2nd Conference of the European Network for Experimental Accounting Research).
The department AIM is heavily involved in lifelong learning and offers programmes at the Bachelor, the Master and Postgraduate level. Our teaching programmes have undergone a rigorous update and renewal in the last year, taking into accounting latest technological developments, and we are happy to offer our students state-of-the-art educational programmes in our Bachelor, Master and Postgraduate courses.
We hope we can welcome you soon to our friendly and stimulating environment as student or (visiting) colleague soon. For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Prof. Dr. Alexander Brüggen
Olga Ihl-Deviv'e had the pleasure to visit our colleagues at Chapel Hill (U.S.) for a couple of months. Get inspired by her experience as visiting scholar!
Mieke recently joined the AIM department as Associate Professor of Information Management. Find out what drives her and the plans she has for our department.
Last year, Jere accepted the Auditing Chair at Maastricht University. We took a small break to reflect on the past months.
This summer, the Accounting and Information Management department successfully hosted the ENEAR conference.