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Professor Lisa Jack

Professor of Accounting

  1. Adoption of international financial reporting standards in Greece: a critical approach

    Author: Mantzari, E., Nov 2013

    Supervisor: Professor Lisa Jack (Supervisor) & Hines, T. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  2. An evaluation of psycholinguistic analysis for financial communications in the context of institutional theory

    Author: Iyiola, B. S., May 2020

    Supervisor: Mr Richard Trafford (Supervisor) & Professor Lisa Jack (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  3. An examination of the emergence and the development of professional accountancy in Developing Countries

    Author: Zras, A. A., Oct 2015

    Supervisor: Professor Lisa Jack (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  4. Creative accounting, fraud and IFRS in Greece

    Author: Chimonaki, C., 2021

    Supervisor: Mr Richard Trafford (Supervisor), Professor Lisa Jack (Supervisor) & Dr Konstantinos Vergos (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  5. Determining the barriers to effective food safety governance in food manufacturing: a case study

    Author: Krzyzaniak, S. C., 2018

    Supervisor: Professor Lisa Jack (Supervisor) & Professor Mark Xu (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  6. Reproducing budgeting and budgeting reproduction: cases on the adaptation of Greek hotels to the financial crisis

    Author: Makrygiannakis, G., 2013

    Supervisor: Professor Lisa Jack (Supervisor) & Bowhill, B. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  7. The gap between learning and teaching in accounting education: the Saudi Arabian experience

    Author: Srdar, N. A., Mar 2017

    Supervisor: Professor Lisa Jack (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  8. ‘Nipcheese’ the Beancounter: Purser accounting and accounting change in the Royal Navy 1665-1832

    Author: Dr Karen McBride , Mar 2020

    Supervisor: Hines, A. (Supervisor) & Professor Lisa Jack (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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