Accounting and Finance Research Group
Unit(s) of assessment: Business and Management Studies
Research theme: Safety and Security of Citizens and Society
School: Nottingham Business School
The Accounting and Finance research group aims to develop and deliver research across the accounting and finance disciplines that results in new academic insight, supports academic and professional scholarship and influences policy, as well as professional and organisational practice.
More specifically, the objectives of this group are to:
- Develop and enhance the individual and collective research capacity of the group’s members;
- Create an internationally recognised research group that facilitates national and international research that influences policy and professional and organisational practice;
- Develop the future generation of researchers in accounting and finance; and
- Maintain active links, nationally and internationally, with academic and practice based communities other research centres and academic institutions as well as former doctorate students.
Units within the group have coalesced around five broad core themes that represent the accounting and finance discipline, namely:
- Financial Accounting and Reporting
- Management Accounting
- Accountability and Governance
- Learning, Teaching and Pedagogy
Faculty align to one or other units within the Accounting and Finance Group to promote subject specialisms, but also work with colleagues across units on specific projects. Similarly, faculty will work with colleagues in other groups within the University on cross discipline research.
The activities of the Group assist and inform excellence in teaching of the related subjects across the undergraduate and post graduate courses within the school.
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The Accounting and Finance Research Group works with a range of associates, visiting scholars and collaborators both within NTU and in the wider academic and practitioner community. The following are some of our closest or most recent collaborators.
- Public policy and management research Group
- Responsible and Sustainable Business Research Group
External University Collaborators
- Professor Malcolm Prowle of Gloucestershire University (contact Don Harradine)
- Professor Ileana Steccolini of Newcastle University and the University of Bocconi Milan (contact Martin Jones)
- Professor Iris Saliterer Freiburg University (contact Martin Jones)
- Dr Enrico Guarini of University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan (contact Martin Jones)
- Carmela Barbera of Bocconi School of Management in Milan (contact Martin Jones)
External Practice Based Collaborators
- Chartered Institute of Public Finance Accountants (contact Martin Jones)
- Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (contact Don Harradine)
- Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (contact Shish Malde)
- Prof P Murphy
- Mr S Malde;
- Dr G Pitcher;
- Dr S Akelola
- Dr A Toothill,
- Dr S Deku,
- Dr T Nguyen,
- Dr L Tan,
- Dr A Bagntasarian,
- Dr R Ghosh,
- Mr R Hartley
- Ms H McCormick
Roger Latham (past president of CIPFA) and Glynn Louth (past president of CIMA)
Tsiligiris, V., (2018) "An Adapted Porter Diamond Model For The Evaluation Of Transnational Education Host Countries", International Journal Of Educational Management, Vol. 32 Issue: 2, Pp.210-226,
Barbera, C., Jones, M., Korac, S., Saliterer, I. And Steccolini, I., 2017. Governmental Financial Resilience Under Austerity In Austria, England And Italy: How Do Local Governments Cope With Financial Shocks? Public Administration.
Abdo, H; Mangena, M; Needham, G; Hunt, D., 2017. Provisions For Oil And Gas Decommissioning Costs: Compliance With Disclosure Requirements By Oil And Gas Companies Listed In The UK. Published By Institute For Strategic And Sustainable Accounting Development, School Of Accountancy, University Utara Malaysia, Kedah, Malaysia.
Giamporcaro S and Marian, M. 2017, African Bank, a corporate governance failure. This case study has been accepted after peer review for publication in the Emerald Emerging Market Studies series.
Harris, R.D.F., Stoja, E. And Tan, L., 2017. The Dynamic Black-Litterman Approach To Asset Allocation. European Journal Of Operational Research.
Matousek, R., Nguyen, T.N. And Stewart, C., 2017. Note On A Non-Structural Model Using The Disequilibrium Approach: Evidence From Vietnamese Banks. Research In International Business And Finance, 41, Pp. 125-135.