Senior Teaching Fellow, School of Management, University of Bath

Ian has taught in the School of Management at the University of Bath since 2007 and prior to that he worked in the Centre for Eurasian Studies at the University of Reading. Before entering academe, he worked in accounting in local authorities, principally with Wiltshire County Councils.

Ian has taught at universities in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan and was worked with universities and students in Afghanistan.

He has co-authored three text books and is currently working on a new book on management accounting and is co-authoring a commissioned book on behavioural accounting and finance. Ian is also joint editor of the International Journal of Behavioural Accounting and Finance.

Experience

  • –present
    Teaching fellow, School of Management, University of Bath

Education

  • 2011 
    Higher Education Academy, Fellow
  • 1998 
    -, CPFA
  • 1993 
    Wiltshire College, AAT
  • 1981 
    University of Surrey, BSc Philosophy & Psychology

Publications

  • 2014
    Corporate Finance and Financial Strategy: Optimising corporate shareholder value, Pearson
  • 2014
    The impact of individual differences on academic attainment of Chinese and UK students in higher education, Studies in Higher Education
  • 2014
    The impact of placements on the academic performance of UK and international students in higher education, Studies in Higher Education
  • 2013
    Why are first year accounting studies inclusive?, Accounting & Finance
  • 2012
    Is the market underreacting or overreacting to open market share repurchases? A UK perspective, Research in international business and finance
  • 2012
    Financial Accounting, Pearson
  • 2011
    Business Accounting and Finance, Pearson

Grants and Contracts

  • 2011
    Collaborative grant with Karwan University Kabul
    Role:
    Lead
    Funding Source:
    British Council
  • 2010
    project “Developments in Corporate Financial Management” with Tashkent State University of Economics, Uzbekistan
    Role:
    Lead
    Funding Source:
    British Council