Marko Čular, PhD is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism Split (he is currently Head of Department of Accounting and Auditing) with primary interests in internal and external auditing, transparency reporting, consolidated financial statements and financial analysis. He published a significant number of scientific and professional papers in recognized international scientific and domestic professional journals, participated in over the thirty international and domestic conferences, and lectures at recognized international and domestic conferences, especially highlighting those organized by Institute of Internal Auditors Croatia, Croatian Audit Chamber, The Auditors’ Chamber of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and The Croatian Association of Accountants and Financial Professionals. He is an active member of The Institute of Internal Auditors, European Accounting Association, European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing, Croatian Operational Research Society, The Croatian Association of Accountants and Financial Professionals and Institute of Internal Auditors Croatia. 


Selected papers (last five years):

Slapničar, S., Vuko, T., Čular, M. & Drašček, M. (2022) Effectiveness of cybersecurity audit. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 44, 1-21.

Ercegovac, R., Marasović, B. & Čular, M. (2021) FINANCIJSKE IZVEDENICE: PRINCIPI I PRIMJENA. Sveučilište u Splitu, Ekonomski fakultet.

Čular, M., Drašček, M., Slapničar, S. & Vuko Tina (2021) How effective is internal auditors’ cyber security assurance? E-Brochure.

Čular, M., Slapničar, S. & Vuko, T. (2020) The Effect of Internal Auditors’ Engagement in Risk Management Consulting on External Auditors’ Reliance Decision. European Accounting Review, 29 (5), 999-1020.

Pivac, S., Vuko, T. & Čular, M. (2017) Analysis of annual report disclosure quality for listed companies in transition countries. Economic Research, 30 (1), 721-731.