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Accounting and Finance Research

Our interdisciplinary subject group explores an extensive range of accounting and finance themes.

The Accounting and Finance subject group comprises two main disciplinary pillars: Accounting and Finance.

Each pillar covers the broad spectrum of the respective discipline.

The two main disciplinary pillars provide the basis for further cross-cutting interdisciplinary research. This is carried out across the Accounting and Finance disciplines and more widely.

The broad research areas addressed in each disciplinary pillar are highlighted below. Further details can be found by exploring the specific themes.

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Research areas

Each disciplinary pillar contains several broad research areas. These are detailed below.


We research and extend disciplinary knowledge in all areas of Accounting. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • critical perspectives
  • historical approaches
  • market-based accounting
  • the general theme of corporate governance


We research and extend disciplinary knowledge in all areas of Finance. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • behavioural finance
  • corporate finance
  • financial agents
  • financial markets
  • financial innovation
  • household finance 

Key themes

Research papers

Accounting and Finance colleagues publish regularly in world-leading and internationally excellent peer-reviewed journals.

Below is a downloadable list of research papers published by our academics in the past three years.

There is also a list of some of the journals in which our academics have been published.

Current projects

Research updates

Here is some of the latest news and activity relating to Accounting and Finance research.

Research resources

Members of our research community have access to a wide range of resources to assist them in their research.