Faculty in the Department of Accounting and Finance are engaged in a wide range of research areas involving diverse disciplinary frameworks and spanning a breath of research methodologies.  Research areas include capital markets research, utilising the Bloomberg trading floor as a key element of research infrastructure, emerging technological risk, ethics, accountability and the common good, critical accounting research, professional expertise, executive remuneration, accounting history, green finance, social sustainability, tax policy making, tax compliance, risk management, risk pricing, and innovative pedagogy.  This research has been published in journals such as Nature Nanotechnology; Nanotoxicology; AI and Society; Accounting Organisations and Society; Journal of Business Ethics; Critical Perspectives on Accounting; Journal of Empirical Finance; Computers and Education; Interactive Learning Environments, Qualitative Research and Employee Relations.

Two research clusters are affiliated to the department: The Accountability Research Cluster and The Emerging Risk Assessment and Underwriting Cluster.

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