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Staff profile

Mr Stuart Green

BA, MPhil, MSc, FHEA, PGCE, PGDipHE, CPFA

Assistant Professor (Teaching) in Accounting

Stuart joined the School as a Teaching Fellow in Accounting (Taxation) having previously worked for the University as an external contributor. Since professional qualification in 2002, Stuart has taught across further, higher and professional education on a range of programmes in accounting, finance and taxation.

Biography

Stuart joined the School as a Teaching Fellow in Accounting (Taxation) having previously worked for the University as an external contributor. Since professional qualification in 2002, Stuart has taught across further, higher and professional education on a range of programmes in accounting, finance and taxation.

Stuart is completing a PhD in accounting colonization

Roles as an independent non-executive director on the audit, remuneration and standards committees of several large organisations help Stuart to embed employabiliy skills and practice-based learning into his teaching. Stuart is also an examiner and marker for several professional accounting, business and banking bodies.

Publications:

Ferry, L., Gallhofer, S., Green, S. and Haslam, J. (2016) Accounting colonization and emancipation: Contrasting cases from Nigerian public service organisations, Critical Perspectives on Accounting. Paper, under review.

Ferry, L., Gallhofer, S., Green, S. and Haslam, J. (2015) Accounting colonization and emancipation: Contrasting cases from Nigerian public service organisations, In European Accounting Association 38th Annual Congress. Glasgow, UK, 28-30 April 2015.

Green, S. (2014) Accounting colonization and its impact on the schools sector in England, In University of Greenwich ICAEW Conference, Early Career Researcher Stream. Greenwich, UK, 9-10 April, 2014.

Research Interests

  • Accounting
  • Control and the effects of Habermasian colonization on professions, specifically teaching and adult social care
  • Habermasian colonization and professional identity
  • Tax administration and tax planning

Research Groups

Contact Details

Assistant Professor (Teaching) in Accounting
+44 191 3340126