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Staff profile

Mrs Anne Hall

BA, CertEd, ICAEW qualified

Assistant Professor (Teaching) in Accounting

Following a degree in French and Spanish, Anne trained in the Newcastle office of one of the country's leading accountancy firms. She qualified as a Chartered Accountant and throughout her six years in practice she was involved in accounts preparation, audit, personal and corporation tax.

Biography

Following a degree in French and Spanish, Anne trained in the Newcastle office of one of the country's leading accountancy firms. She qualified as a Chartered Accountant and throughout her six years in practice she was involved in accounts preparation, audit, personal and corporation tax.

Anne then spent ten years in education, teaching on professional accounting programmes, before joining the Business School in 2000, where she is now a part-time Assistant Professor (Teaching) in Accounting. Anne teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses and Chairs the BSc Accounting Board of Examiners.

Research Interests

  • Accounting education

Research Groups

Publications

    Conference Paper

  • (2016), Pedagogically Speaking, Collaborative seminars.
  • Journal Article

  • Hall, A. (2012). The Statement of Cash Flows in Paper F1 Financial Operations. CIMA's Financial Management
  • Newspaper/Magazine Article

  • Hall, A. (2015). CO2: Cash flow and profit. CIMA FM magazine (August.): 26.
  • Hall, A. (2014). CO2: Depreciation calculations. Velocity magazine (August).

Contact Details

Assistant Professor (Teaching) in Accounting
+44 191 3345321