Antti Miihkinen works at the Turku School of Economics as a University lecturer. In addition, he works at the Aalto University School of Business (Department of accounting) as a grant scholar. His research interests are in corporate disclosures (especially risk reporting) and other topics relating to corporate governance (e.g. board characteristics), auditing and assurance, and accounting education. He has served on the editorial board of The International Journal of Accounting since the beginning of the year 2020. He has completed the teacher’s pedagogical studies in university pedagogy. He teaches and supervises at the bachelor's and master's level and has also done some executive education.
Antti Miihkinen (born 1981) received his Ph.D. from the Aalto University School of Business. In his dissertation, Antti examined corporate risk and transition disclosures in the IFRS era. After his Ph.D., Antti was awarded with the appreciated Fulbright scholarship and spent 25 months (August 2014-September 2016) at the Fisher School of Accounting at the University of Florida. Recently, he also visited for three months at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Antti is open to new research ideas that also cross the borders between the disciplines.
Antti enjoys sports in all forms and has been competing at a national level in the decathlon in which he has won several championship medals. Nowadays his hobby is track & field at the masters level where he has won three World Championships and one European Championships bronze medals. His other hobbies are golf, fishing, reading, dancing, and photographing.
To find more information on his research, please see Antti's CV from his Aalto website: