Doctoral Associate In Accounting & Financial Management
I have been teaching at the University of Sheffield since 2011, I have been module leader for number of modules, the student feedback has been very positive. I have also managed to combine textbook for some of the modules I have taught.
Prior to this I was teaching at Sheffield Hallam University. I have also worked in industry as a financial accountant where my role involved working with the external auditors on the preparation of financial statements and reports.
I am Module leader for MGT 6153 Financial Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis.
Also involved in teaching UG
MGT 133 - Accounting and Finance
MGT388 Finance and Law for engineers.
Professsor Jim Haslam
Dr Lei Chen
The Audit expectations Gap - Further reflections with a comparative analysis of UK, Singapore & China.
Scope of Research (aims and objectives)
To further explore the work on The Audit Expectations Gap in three countries, UK China & Singapore. My aim is to use these countries in establishing the extent to which culture plays a part in the audit expectations gap, and weather the variable of culture can be added to Porters exisiting framework.
I have attended conferences and presented my research area as a Doctoral Student which was warmly received in Singapore earlier this year.