Anatoli Bourmistrov

Professor Nord University Business School
+47 75 51 76 73
+47 909 56 042
Bodø, Hoved Campus A218

About me

Research interests:

Management control and accounting in dynamic organizational environments of public and private organizations; risk management and internal control; scenario planning and long-term financial sustainability; participatory forms of management and governance; sustainable economic development in the High North regions 

Teaching areas:

Management accounting; Management control system design; Accounting theory and conceptual frameworks; Sustainability accounting; Beyond Budgeting; Risk management and internal control; Scenario planning; Performance measurement in the Public Sector; Strategic management; Academic Writing; Institutional theory



Monitoring and Evaluation of Bodø2024 Euroepan Capital of Culture

Quality of Accounting and Auditing in the Public Sector (QAAPS)

Transformative Capabilities of the Accounting Profession: Study of Norwegian Small and Medium Accounting Practices (TRANSACT)

SMARTNORTH: Sustainable development and MAnagement by paRTicipatory governance practices in the High NORTH

Smart Societies in the High North (SmartNorth) Thematic Network, University of the Arctic

Science and Business in Arctic Environmental Governance (POLGOV)

Is this Russia's Kodak moment? Russian perspectives on the energy transition (KODAK)


Research and Innovation Prize (Forsknings- og Innovasjonsprisen) from Nord University to MACE research group for 2020

2018 Bourmistrov, A. and K. Kaarbøe - Outstanding Paper award in the 2018 Emerald Literati Awards for the most exceptional pieces of work published in Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change for 2017

2014 Bourmistrov and K. Kaarbøe - David Solomons Prize Sponsored by the Charted Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) for the best paper in the annual volume of Management Accounting Research for 2013

2014 Bourmistrov and K. Kaarbøe - Økonomisk Forskningsfond prize to the best publication in 2013 with relevance to industry and public sector in the Northern-Norway