Dr Neveen Abdelrehim
Senior lecturer in Accounting and Finance
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Newcastle University Business School
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Newcastle upon Tyne
Neveen is a senior lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Newcastle University Business School. Neveen gained her PhD in Accounting from the University of York and her research contributes towards the understanding of British Petroleum practices and thereby providing a clear picture of how nationalisation evolved in 1951 and how this was perceived by the stock market. Neveen is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy of UK. Her research interests cover the role of accountability, disclosure and financial reporting, corporate social responsibility, risk, business history and accounting history. Her research examines managerial disclosure and the performance of oil companies during nationalisation and independence. Her research has been published in Business History journal, British accounting Review Journal, Enterprise and Society journal, Accounting History journal and Critical Perspectives in accounting journal. Neveen has undertaken research-led teaching at different levels on undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses, as well as being involved in the assessment of course work and examinations.
- Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP)
- Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Teaching award from University of York- The York Management School
Winning workshop award in The ESRC- supported Northern Advanced Research Training Network
Winning paper award in EDAMBA 2012 thesis competition (published in 2012 EDAMBA Journal)
Shortlisted to the Coleman Prize (ABH conference)
Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., Business History, Conference Grant
MEMBERSHIP IN ACADEMIC ASSOCIATIONS/CENTRES
- Association Of Business Historians (ABH)
- European Business History Association (EBHA)
- Business History Conference (BHC)
- British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA)
- European Accounting Association (EAA)
Paper Reviewer/Referee Journal of Business History, Journal of Accounting History. Enterprise and Society, Critical Perspectives in Accounting, Journal of Business Ethics; the British Accounting Review; the European Accounting Association Congress.
My research interests cover business history, the role of accountability, corporate social responsibility, Risk disclosure and accounting disclosure from a historical perspective. My work examines managerial disclosure and the performance of oil companies during crisis and major events such as nationalisation and independence.
Since my research draws from a range of inter-disciplinary approaches, I managed to publish in a wide variety of inter-disciplinary journals which demonstrates sustainable excellence in research.
I am happy to supervise PhD students in these areas as well as in the broad area of accounting history and business history.
2017- Inequality, Injustice and exploitation: The different blends in Assam tea, £2500 (University of York), jointly with Sumohon Matilal and Supurna Banerjee.
2013- The management of heritage, £10,000 (University of York), jointly with Teresa da Silva Lopes and Bob D'oherty
2012- The Suez crisis and managerial response, 1956-57, £1,460 (University of York)
2011- A study of BP and Suez crisis, £975 (University of York)
ACC4051 Contemporary Issues in Accounting and Finance (dissertation)
Module leader for:
ACC3000 Case Studies in Finance, Accounting and Business
- Abdelrehim N, Ramnath A, Smith A, Popp A. Ambiguous decolonisation: a postcolonial reading of the IHRM strategy of the Burmah Oil Company. Business History 2018, (ePub ahead of Print).
- Abdelrehim N, Toms S. The obsolescing bargain model and Oil: The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company 1933-1951. Business History 2017, 59(4), 554-571.
- Abdelrehim N, Linsley P, Verma S. Understanding risk disclosures as a function of social organisation: A neo-Durkheimian institutional theory-based study of Burmah oil company 1971–1976. The British Accounting Review 2017, 49(1), 103-116.
- Verma S, Abdelrehim N. Oil multinationals and governments in post-colonial transitions: Burmah Shell, The Burmah Oil Company and the Indian State 1947-70. Business History 2017, 59(3), 342-361.
- Abdelrehim N, Verma S. Imperialism, political economy and the oil industry: A comparative study of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC) in Iran, the Burmah Oil Company (BOC) in Burmah and in India. 2017. Submitted.
- Linsley P, Verma S, Abdelrehim N. A historical study of risk assessment and management by the British Government: the case of the Burmah Oil Company 1974-75 tanker fleet crisis. 2017. Submitted.
- Matilal S, Banerjee S, Abdelrehim N. Inequality, Injustice and Exploitation: the different blends in Assam Tea. 2017. In Preparation.
- Abdelrehim N, Maltby J, Toms S. Narrative reporting and crises: British Petroleum and Shell 1950-1958. Accounting History 2015, 20(2), 138-157.
- Abdelrehim N. Rethinking "oil nationalism": the case of Anglo Iranian Oil Company (AIOC). International Journal of Signs and Semiotic Systems 2015, 4(2), 33-49.
- Abdelrehim N. Managerial disclosures and corporate control. In: Hart RP, ed. Communication and Language analysis in the corporate world. Hershey PA: IGI-Global, 2014, pp.163-178.
- Abdelrehim N, Maltby J, Toms S. Accounting for power and control:The Anglo-Iranian oil nationalisation of 1951. Critical Perspectives on Accounting 2012, 23(7-8), 595-607.
- Abdelrehim N. Oil Nationalisation and Managerial disclosure: The case of Anglo Iranian Oil Company, 1933-1951. EDAMBA Journal; 10th Thesis competition 2012.
- Abdelrehim N, Maltby J, Toms S. Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Control: The Anglo Iranian Oil Company, 1933-1951. Enterprise and Society 2011, 12(4), 824-62.