Accounting, Accountability, Law and Governance

The Accounting, Accountability, Law and Governance group focuses on market-based accounting and legal research in the context of (but not limited to):

  • accounting narratives;
  • mergers and acquisition issues;
  • behavioural accounting and management issues;
  • executive compensation schemes;
  • corporate governance structures;
  • accounting information quality;
  • financial crime prevention and reporting;
  • implications of financial crime to the society at large;
  • taxation and development;
  • professional ethics.

The aim of this group is to create awareness and understanding of those issues to a wider audience including local businesses, multi-national corporations and other relevant stakeholders.

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Adeyemi Thomas Kayode

Analysis of corporate governance disclosure statements by UK-FTSE350 companies

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Stanley Kupezare

Gender diversity and earnings management using classical shifting

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Tembo McFoster

The effect of culture, religion and ethnicity on implementation of CSR practices in Malawi

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Yuhui Wang

Capital structure for Chinese firms