- History of women in the accounting profession.
- Technological innovation in humanitarian crises.
- The development of ‘special audits’ to investigate companies.
- Giving greater voices to employees and other stakeholders.
|Iris Bosa||Lecturer in Accounting|
|Chris Carter||Director of Research Degrees (Principal Programmes) and Chair in Strategy & Organisation|
|Yew-Ming Chia||Senior Lecturer in Accounting|
|Christine Cooper||Chair in Accounting and Director of Research|
|David Cooper||Chair in Accounting|
|Marian Gatzweiler||Lecturer in Organisation and Management Control, and Director of Accounting and Finance MSc|
|Ingrid Jeacle||Professor of Accounting and Popular Culture|
|Irvine Lapsley||Professor of Accounting Emeritus|
|Stephen Walker||Professor of Accounting|
Our Interdisciplinary Accounting hub advances agenda-setting research into how accounting, the profession, and calculative practices impact on the management of organisations and cultural formations, and define economic and social relationships. Areas of interest have covered accounting in rural communities, and accounting history research.
The establishment of the Culture, Accounting, and Society Research Network (CASRN) has enabled a significant advancement in understanding the role of accounting in crises, and the impact of crises on accounting and the accountancy profession: World War, natural disasters, hyperinflation, and humanitarian disasters.
Culture, Accounting and Society Research Network (CASRN)
This centre aims to study how accounting impacts on the management and governance of organisations, and the definition of economic and social relationships.Visit the CASRN website
Institute for Public Sector Accounting Research (IPSAR)
IPSAR aims to promulgate principles and practices for best accounting in the public sector. IPSAR also edits the journal Financial Accountability and Management.Visit the IPSAR website