Department of Accounting and Finance

Research

We promote an active and inter-disciplinary research environment which fosters collaborative research within the University and externally. Our academics are organised into two subject areas, as well as two distinct research groups, which cut across the traditional subjects and involve faculty beyond the Department. All provide dedicated research and consultancy services in relation to the area of expertise.

Specific areas of research expertise within the Department include:

  • quantile uncertainty and value-at-risk model risk
  • quadrature methods to any underlying process for option pricing
  • bank competition and efficiency, regulation and bank restructuring
  • commodity finance
  • the political economy of accounting, including the accounting profession and regulation
  • social, environmental and ethical accountability and sustainability reporting
  • accounting, accountability and governance in/of public-private partnerships, public and non-profit organisations

Find out more about the impact of our research with our case studies:

Energy price modelling

Financial risk management

Research subject areas

Research groups

Research seminars

We hold frequent research seminars during term time, which feature research in progress from within the Department as well as insights from guest speakers.