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Prof Magdy Abdel-Kader
Professor of Managament AccountingProfessor Magdy Abdel-Kader is Professor of Management Accounting (Ashcroft Foundation Chair) at Anglia Ruskin University and the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Management Accounting Research (IJMAR). He has also joined the Institute for International Management Practice (IIMP) as Professor of Management Accounting.
Before joining Anglia Ruskin University, he worked at the universities of Exeter, Essex, Brunel and Bedfordshire. He is also a Visiting Fellow at Brunel University and a member of the American, European and British Academic Accounting Associations. He is the representative of the information systems section of the American Accounting Association in Europe.
He received his PhD from the University of the West of England, Bristol, in 1997. His articles and commentaries have been published in journals such as Management Accounting Research, British Accounting Review, European Accounting Review, Financial Management, and Accounting Education. He is the principal author of a book on Investment Decision-Making in Advanced Manufacturing Technology, book on new product development teams, and co-author of books on enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation and management accounting change, Review of Management Accounting Research, non-financial performance measurement, and behavioural aspects of auditors? evidence evaluation.
He has extensive experience in research students' supervision. He is currently supervising doctoral candidates within the areas of management accounting; performance measurement and management, risk management, capital investment decisions, corporate governance, and sustainability. His current research interest lies within Management Accounting. In particular he is interested in Enterprise Resource Planning, Performance Evaluation and Management, Capital Investment Decisions, Fuzzy set theory applications into management accounting and Gender and Budgetary Participation. ChelmsfordUnited Kingdom Dr Annette Abma
Professor of LiteratureI have over 15 years of experience teaching at the university level. I currently teach two online courses at Wilfrid Laurier on Children's Literature and British Literature. I also have extensive experience teaching creative writing and composition. WaterlooCanada Dr Francesca Acacia
Teaching FellowPolitical Economy, Applied Econometrics EdinburghUnited Kingdom Prof Dotun Adebanjo
Professor of Supply Chain ManagementDotun Adebanjo is Professor of Supply Chain Management at the University of Greenwich, London. His interest and expertise include the application of technology and supply chain principles in service sector organisations. He also has a keen interest in supply chain management and its impact on businesses in developing economies. He has a rich history of working in collaboration with organisations in several sectors including financial services, manufacturing, government and retail. LondonUnited Kingdom Dr A. H. Ahmad
Lecturer in EconomicsI hold an MSc in Economics and Finance and PhD in Economics from Loughborough University. I had taught in Loughborough University and University of Leicester before joining Bath.
My specialties include:
Applied Time Series
BathUnited Kingdom Dr Emel Aktas
Lecturer in Sustainability and Operations ManagementEmel Aktas is a Lecturer of Sustainability and Operations Management at Brunel Business School. She earned her B.S., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in industrial engineering from Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. Her B.S. degree was on logistics management, her M.Sc. degree was on healthcare management, and her Ph.D. degree was on supply chain contracting. She took part as a researcher in both public and private funded projects on diverse areas such as location selection, shift scheduling or transportation master plan strategy. Her refereed articles have appeared in a variety of journals including European Journal of Operational Research, Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, and Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. UxbridgeUnited Kingdom