Matthew Hall is Professor of Accounting at Monash Business School. His research interests relate to management accounting and performance measurement, with a specific focus on measuring value in difficult to measure contexts, such as in mutuals and cooperatives, nonprofits, and social enterprises.

Matthew completed his PhD and on-going related research in the field of performance measurement and has particular expertise in the design and development of KPIs, the use of indicators in organisational processes, and how indicators influence the operations of firms and discussions of organisational effectiveness more broadly.

His work has been published in a variety of leading international journals in the accounting, management and non-profit fields, including Accounting, Organizations and Society, Management Accounting Research, Harvard Business Review, Journal of Management Studies, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly and Voluntas.

Prior to returning to Australia in 2016, Matthew worked for 10 years at the London School of Economics and Political Science.