Accounting and Financial Management
An excellent reputation for research
We have an excellent reputation for research and recent projects have received funding for ICAEW and from CIMA. Our researchers are currently exploring financial reporting, audit, corporate governance and strategic management accounting. We have a number of staff members researching aspects of accounting education. The group has a growing reputation in the field of forensic accounting, working alongside the University’s Institute for Criminal Justice Studies so that students are able to study an MSc in Forensic Accounting.
Research in the subject group has included; key issues that impact on audit quality and financial reporting integrity, such as the role of audit committees and audit committee chairs in decision making, and the joint provision of audit and non-audit services. Other areas include research on how management accounting in the UK agricultural industry informs policymakers and promotion fair returns for all in the food supply chain.
To see examples of the research being carried out in the Subject Group, please click on the video links below:
We welcome PhD research applications from anyone who has an interest in the following areas: financial reporting, audit, corporate governance, auditing, small and medium enterprises (SMEs), Islamic accounting and strategic management accounting. If you are interested, please contact Professor Khaled Hussainey or telephone: +44 (0)23 9284 4715 to discuss your research ideas and research proposal.
The Accounting and Financial Management Group hosts a weekly talks presented by scholars in the field, both from within Portsmouth Business School and from other leading universities around the world. Seminars are open to all academic staff and PhD students.
Seminars are co-ordinated by Professor Khaled Hussainey.
Please view 2016/2017 Weekly Seminars here