Date: 26 January 29 February
Professor Stuart McLeay, Division of Banking, Financial & Economic Studies, University of Wales
Capital markets; regulation; financial analysis; statistical modelling; comparative international research.
Professor Prem Sikka, University of Essex, UK
Accounting, crime and racism; auditor regulation; corporate governance; offshore tax havens; oral history; the accountancy profession and the state-profession relationship; insolvency.
Professor Michael Bradbury, Unitec, Auckland New Zealand
Financial instruments relating to his work on the Joint Working Group of Standard Setters. He has made several contributions so far to this field, including identification and testing of theoretical reasons as to why accounting firms use derivative financial instruments, and his development of professional articles on the use of fair-value accounting for financial instruments.
Professor Tony Tinker, Baruch College, New York, USA
Professor Tinker's areas of interest are: Accounting (critical, social, environmental); social/cultural analysis; labour process research; critical management studies; information systems/distance learning technology.