Prof. George Mickhail
Bryant University - Beijing Institute of Technology
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Financial Statement Analysis; Management Accounting; Financial Risk; Management; Accounting; Financial Analysis
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|Professor George Mickhail is a geopolitical risk analyst who fosters the interaction of business with academe, due to his hybrid educational and professional background in accounting, computer science, operations research and information systems. He is an alumnus of Ain Shams University, Sadat Academy for Management Sciences, The London School of Economics & Political Science, University of Wollongong, and a former Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) Scholar. His research on MetaCapitalism is focused on the geopolitical risks of financial networks. He is an eclectic published author in leading scholarly and professional practice journals. He has also won competitive research funding, fellowships and a former Foreign and Commonwealth Office Scholar. In September 2018, he took up his appointment as Professor and Chair of Accounting at Bryant University partnership program with the Beijing Institute of Technology in Zhuhai after 30 years at the Universities of Sydney and Wollongong in Australia. Since 1995, he held visiting professorial and research fellowships at major AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS & IAE FRANCE accredited business schools in France and the United States. Prior to academe, he worked for international accounting firms, InfoTech consulting firms and Global 500 financial services institutions. He is actively involved with the profession, comments regularly on geopolitical economic affairs, and his research is cited in the global press.|
|A MetaCapitalism Performance Measurement Model of Innovation in the Greater Bay Area|
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide an introduction to the concept of MetaCapitalismand provide the analytical accounting measurement model MetaCapitalism of Innovation.
Design/methodology/approach – The approach employed in this paper seeks to correlate the fundamentals analysis of the MetaCapitalism efficiency indicators and Earnings Management to the technical analysis of the market response to the changes in those indicators over timeusing a number of technology companies (may include some from the Greater Bay Area).
Results/findings – It is the contention of this paper that ‘correctly handling the relationship between efficiency and fairness’, which is one the central precepts of President Xi Jinping seminal article “扎实推动共同富裕“ (“Solidly promote common prosperity”) in the Qiushi journal is so fundamental to the performance evaluation of innovation.
|Keywords||Common Prosperity, MetaCapitalism; accounting measurement; efficiency; performance evaluation.|