Areas of expertise
Kirsi-Mari Kallio is a professor in accounting and finance at Turku School of Economics, Pori Unit. Kirsi-Mari has been teaching in the TSE Pori Unit since 2004. She holds an adjunct professorship in the field of accounting in knowledge-intensive organizations.
Kirsi-Mari is the subject responsible in the subject of accounting and finance, Pori unit. She supervises Master’s and Doctoral theses and gives lectures in accounting and finance courses.
Courses taught currently: Management Control and Accounting in the Public Sector, Knowledge-Intensive Organizations in Networks, Qualitative Research Methods as well as Barchelor's and Master's thesis seminars.
Kirsi-Mari's research interests include performance management in knowledge-intensive organizations, and more generally creativity and innovation contrasted with the themes of accounting and control, especially in the context of university organizations. She has published in interdisciplinary journals, such as Human Relations, Studies in Higher Education, Public Money & Management, Qualitative Research in Accounting and management, and Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal.
Kirsi-Mari is the leader of the research group Creativity, expertise and motivation (LUMO).
Kirsi-Mari also acts currently as a Visiting Professor at Linnaeus University, Sweden.