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Conferences, Workshops and Seminars

EEFAG regularly holds events that host leading scholars from all over the world. Please view the links below to learn more about our previous events and upcoming seminars.

EEFAG/Accounting workshop for Ph.D./MSc./BSc. students on Stata

Wednesday, 27 February 2019
13:15 to 16:15
Durham University Business School, MHL 454

Presenter: Dr. Amir Michael (Durham University)

Topic: Data analysis using Stata

This session will cover the following topics:

  1. Constructing examinable research question(s).
  2. Translating research question(s) to research hypotheses.
  3. Data descriptive analysis.
  4. Data diagnosis analysis.
  5. Hypotheses testing using panel data regression data analytics.
  6. Hypotheses testing using questionnaire analysis data analytics.

Refreshment: Tea/Coffee/Biscuit will be provided at the venue.

Dr. Amir Michael

Amir is an Associate Professor in Accounting at Durham University Business School. His research and teaching interests have been fostered by several years of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and mentoring at Durham University, Arab Academy for Science & Technology and Alexandria University.

As Programme Director, Amir has been instrumental in the development of the BSc in Accounting (KPMG/ICAEW) School Leavers Programme. This innovative programme has been mentioned in the House of Commons and cited in the government education White paper as an example of good practice in higher education and the highly influential Wilson “Review of Business–University Collaboration” report to Government.

Amir’s teaching philosophy reflects his interests in collaborative authorship, preferring student-centered teaching that encourages learning by students and teachers rather than traditional teaching. Amir is interested in sharing his research with students which facilitates applying the research-led-education approach that is a cornerstone of Durham University.

EEFAG/Accounting workshop for Ph.D./MSc./BSc. students on Stata

Wednesday, 27 February 2019
13:15 to 16:15
Durham University Business School, MHL 454

Presenter: Dr. Amir Michael (Durham University)

Topic: Data analysis using Stata

This session will cover the following topics:

  1. Constructing examinable research question(s).
  2. Translating research question(s) to research hypotheses.
  3. Data descriptive analysis.
  4. Data diagnosis analysis.
  5. Hypotheses testing using panel data regression data analytics.
  6. Hypotheses testing using questionnaire analysis data analytics.

Refreshment: Tea/Coffee/Biscuit will be provided at the venue.

Dr. Amir Michael

Amir is an Associate Professor in Accounting at Durham University Business School. His research and teaching interests have been fostered by several years of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and mentoring at Durham University, Arab Academy for Science & Technology and Alexandria University.

As Programme Director, Amir has been instrumental in the development of the BSc in Accounting (KPMG/ICAEW) School Leavers Programme. This innovative programme has been mentioned in the House of Commons and cited in the government education White paper as an example of good practice in higher education and the highly influential Wilson “Review of Business–University Collaboration” report to Government.

Amir’s teaching philosophy reflects his interests in collaborative authorship, preferring student-centered teaching that encourages learning by students and teachers rather than traditional teaching. Amir is interested in sharing his research with students which facilitates applying the research-led-education approach that is a cornerstone of Durham University.

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  • 'Contemporary Issues in Financial Reporting', Russell Picot and Paul Druckman: 24 November 2017
  • 'Management accounting and process orientation of health care organisations', Professor Gustaf Kastberg: 1 November 2017
  • 'What Constitutes Successful Communication in a Corporate Reporting Context', Professor Niamh Brennan: 16 May 2017
  • 'Guardians not Watchdogs in the Boardroom: Conceptualising the Role of Non-Executive Directors', Professor Niamh Brennan: 16 May 2017
  • 'When Kamay Met Hill: Organisational Ethics in Practice', Professor Jonathan Batten: 30 March 2017