Lucia Egbe

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

Accounting & Finance

Staff Group(s)
Department of Accounting and Finance

Role

Lucia Egbe is a Senior Lecturer in Nottingham Business School.

Career overview

Prior to joining the University, Lucia was a Lecturer in Accounting at Greenwich School of Management, Senior Teaching Fellow at SOAS University of London and Class Tutor at University of Reading, where she obtained a PhD in Accounting.

Lucia also supervises PhD Accounting students.

Research areas

Lucia's main research area is in Public Sector Governance. The main research themes Lucia is involved in are:

Management Accounting

Public Sector Governance

Governmentality

Higher Education Governance

External activity

Lucia is a member of IRSPM.

Lucia is a professional member of ACCA and ICAN.

External contributor to  PhD students.

Lucia is currently a volunteer Eucharistic Minister of Holy Communion at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Nottingham.

Sponsors and collaborators

Prof. Jill Atkins

Dr Elisabetta Barone

Prof. Rufus Akintoye

Prof. Malcom Prowle

Publications

Akintoye I. R., Oyebanji, T.A, and Egbe L. (2018). Global Adoption of IFRS: Any More Justification for the Voluntary Income-Reporting Hypothesis?. ICAN Journal of Accounting & Finance. 3(2) 137-158.

Egbe, C.L and Atkins, J.F (2019). Governmentality Indicators for University Governance: A Foucauldian Approach. Paper presented at the 2019 IRSPM Conference in New Zealand.

Egbe, C. L and Prowle, M (2019). Educating the Educators: A Foucauldian Approach to Higher Education Governance. Draft paper for publication.

Egbe, C.L and Atkins, J.F (2019). Governance of Higher Education Institutions in Nigeria: A Foucauldian Study. Research Monograph.

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