Associate Professor of Business Administration, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts
Graham Gal is an Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Isenberg School of Management in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems, University of Massachusetts. His research interests include business ontologies, specification of internal controls, continuous monitoring, continuous reporting, organizational security policies, and controls for sustainability reporting. Dr. Gal has recently presented his work at the University of Vienna’s Value Modeling and Business Ontologies symposium, the REA Workshop at CAISE, The University of Melbourne, Marmara University’s Ethics, Fraud, Governance and Social Responsibility Symposium, and Rutgers’ Continuous Reporting and Monitoring workshops. He has published in a number of journals including; Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, Decision Sciences, Expert Systems Review, Expert Systems, Journal of Information Systems, The Information Systems Control Journal, Advances in Accounting Information Systems. The International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, and The International Journal of Information Management. Dr. Gal is an associate editor of the Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting and The International Journal of Auditing Technology.