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Professor Mahmoud Ezzamel

Cardiff Professorial Fellow

Cardiff Business School

Email:
ezzamel@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 4277
Location:
T32, Aberconway Building, Colum Road, Cathays, Cardiff, CF10 3EU

Qualifications

  • Ph.D.
  • M. Com
  • B.Com

Additional activities

Director of the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Research Unit (2007-2009)

Editorial Responsibilities

Consulting Editor, Accounting Research in China, 2009 onwards Joint Editor of Accounting and Business Research 1993-2005

Editorial Board Member

  • organisation
  • ABACUS
  • Accounting, Accountability and Performance
  • Accounting and Business Research
  • Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal
  • British Accounting Review
  • Financial Accountability and Management
  • Journal of Accounting and organisational Change
  • Journal of Business Finance and Accounting
  • Review of Accounting and Finance

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Teaching commitments

  • Financial Management (Modular MBA)
  • PhD research methods

Primary research interests

  • Accounting and accountability in the public sector
  • Accounting history
  • Corporate governance
  • The emergence and use of management accounting practices
  • The structure of the market for audit services

PhD supervision research interests

  • Accounting and accountability in the public sector
  • Accounting history
  • Corporate governance
  • The emergence and use of management accounting practices
  • The structure of the market for audit services

Research projects

Research Grants (1997 onwards)

£154,000 from the ESRC (£114,000) and CIMA (£40,000) to study the reluctance of management accounting systems to change (with R. Scapens), September 1995 - August 1998.

£21,000 from the ICAEW to study accounting and strategy (with H. Willmott), October 1997 - September 1998.

£2,600 from the British/Spanish Council Joint Actions Programme (with S. Carmona) for 1998/1999.

£40,000 from the CIMA to study outsourcing and subcontracting as new organisational forms (with J. Morris and J. Smith), March 2001 - February 2002.

£105,000 (£40,000 from CIMA and £65,000 from the ESRC) to study budgeting in the devolved governments of the UK, with international comparisons with New Zealand and Norway (with N. Hyndman, I. Lapsely), November 2001-December 2004.

£16,670 from the Institute of Certified Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) to study accounting regulation in China (with Jason Xiao), October 2003-May 2005.

£40,650 from CIMA to study the customisation and diffusion of the Balanced Scorecard (with David Cooper, University of Alberta), March 2006-May 2007.