Development Lecturer and Doctoral Associate in Accounting and Finance
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Sheffield University Management School
I am an Economics (Hons.) graduate with an MBA in Finance, currently pursuing PhD from the University of Sheffield.
In my doctoral study, I am investigating the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices, particularly by the SMEs, MNCs and business groups in the emerging markets.
I teach Corporate Finance, Financial Management and International Finance at the Management School.
The primary aim of the modules is to enhance the employability skills and independent thinking amongst the students and consequently, in addition to deliberating the theoretical foundations, I explore the practical aspects of economics and finance.
- Research interests
- Business Groups
- Risk Management
- View this article in WRRO Motivation for Occupational Fraud: An Analysis of the “Fraud Triangle” Using Economic Logic. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Organisational Studies, 7(1), 47-59.
- Training need in IT Sector-Focussing on IBM, TCS and CTS. Globsyn Management Journal, 4(1/2), 103-108.
- Decision-Making in Economics, Economic Behavior, Game Theory, and Technology in Emerging Markets (pp. 46-56). IGI Global View this article in WRRO
- Teaching activities
- Corporate Finance
- International Finance