O'Connor, N.G. (2007). Negotiating your way into China. Keeping Good Companies, May 2007.
O'Connor, N.G. (2007). Putting a price on staff turnover. Australian CPA Network Journal, January 2007.
O'Connor, N.G. (2005). Getting results. Australian CPA Network Journal, April-June 2005.
O'Connor, N.G. (2004). Map business strategy and develop performance measures that matter: Developing a strategy map. Australian CPA Network Journal, October-December 2004.
Management Accounting Research on China
O'Connor, N.G., Gillon, K., Hodgkinson, R., Lee, A., Mao, J.Y., Wright, N. & Zhang, J. IT Innovation in China: Industry and Business Capabilities Communications of the Association for Information Systems (2012). Vol. 30 (1), Article 24.
O'Connor, N.G., Vera-Munoz, S.C., & Chan, F. Competitive forces and the importance of management control systems in emerging-economy firms: The moderating effect of international market orientation. Accounting, Organizations and Society (2011). 36 (4-5) , pp. 246-266.
O'Connor, N.G., Deng, J. & Tan, J. The Impact of Political Constraints & Formal Incentive Systems on the Performance of Chinese State-owned Enterprises. Pacific Accounting Review. (2011). 23, No.1, pp. 6-33.
O'Connor, N.G., & Cheung, C.L.K. Product/service adoption strategies and bank customer accounting in Hong Kong. Pacific Accounting Review. (2007). 19, No.1, pp. 31-46.
O'Connor, N.G. & Martinsons, M.G. Management of Information Systems: Insights from Accounting Research. Information and Management. (2006). Vol 43 (8), p. 1014-1024.
O'Connor, N.G., Deng, J.. & Luo, Y. Political constraints, Organization design and performance measurement in China's State-owned enterprises. Accounting, Organizations and Society. (2006). pp. 157-177.
Chalos, P. & O'Connor, N.G. The Perceived Effect of Accounting Controls on U.S.-Chinese Joint Venture Transaction Costs and Performance. Journal of International Accounting Research. (2005). 4, No.2, pp. 53-73.
O'Connor, N,G. and Feng, E. Using the balanced scorecard to manage intangible assets in a Sino-foreign joint venture. Australian Accounting Review (2005). 15, 2, Citation excellence award.
O'Connor, N.G. Chow, C.W., & Wu, A. The Adoption of "Western" management accounting/controls in China's state-owned enterprises during economic transition. Accounting, Organizations and Society (2004). pp. 349-375.
Chalos, P. & O'Connor, N.G. Determinants of the use of various control mechanisms in U.S.- Chinese Joint Ventures. Accounting, Organizations and Society (2004). pp. 591-608.
Luo, Y., Tan, J. & O'Connor, N.G. Strategic Response to a Volatile Environment: The Case of Cross-Cultural Cooperative Ventures. Asia Pacific Journal of Management (2001). Vol. 18, 1.
O'Connor, N.G., Luo, Y. & Lee, K.Y.. Self-selection, socialization and budget control in the PRC: A study of a U.S.-Sino Joint venture and Chinese State-owned enterprise. Journal of Business Research (2000). pp.135-148. (lead author).
Chalos, P., O'Connor, N.G. & Zijian Xu. A Comparative Study of Budgetary Controls in Chinese State and Foreign owned Enterprises. Advances in Management Accounting (1999).
O'Connor N.G. & Chalos, P. The Challenge for Successful Joint Venture Management in China: Lessons from a Failed Joint Venture. Multinational Business Review (1999). 7, 1, pp 50-62. (lead author).
Chalos, P. & O'Connor N.G. Management Controls in Sino-American Joint Ventures: A Comparative Case Study. Managerial Finance (1998). 24, 5, pp. 53-73.
Luo, Y. & O'Connor N.G. Structural Changes to Foreign Direct Investment in China: An Evolutionary Perspective. Journal of Applied Management Studies (1998) 7, #1, pp. 95-109.
Management Accounting Research on China
O'Connor, N.G. The Influence of Organizational Culture on Budget Participation by Singaporean-Chinese Managers. Accounting, Organizations and Society (1995) pp. 183-203.
O'Connor N.G. Patterns of Cultural and Budgetary Controls in International Joint ventures in South Korea. Asian Review of Accounting (1997) pp. 1-20.
O'Connor N.G. and Ekanayake S, A. Culture's Influence of Budget Emphasis: Some Method Issues and Further Evidence. Asia Pacific Journal of Accounting (1998) pp. 241-265.