Professor of Accountancy
MSc Bradford University 1970 PhD University of Manchester 1975 Fellow Chartered Association of Certified Accountants 1970
Areas of Expertise:
Accounting (Critical, Social, Environmental), Social/Cultural Analysis, Labor Process Research, Critical Management Studies, Information Systems/Distance Learning Technology
"Paper Prophets: An Autocritique." British Accounting Review33 (1): 77-90, March 2001.
The Social Relations of Financial Services (with David Knights) Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1997.
Policing Accounting Knowledge: The Market for Excuses Affair (with Tony Puxty). Princeton: Markus Wiener and London: Chapman and Hall, 1995.
Paper Profits: A Social Critique of Accounting. New York: Praeger and London: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1985.
Social Accounting for Corporations: Private Enterprise versus the Accounting Interest. New York: M. Wiener and Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1984.
Visiting Professor, Leicester University and University of South Australia.
Former Member, CUNY Faculty for the Development of On-Line Programs.
Member, American Accounting Association.
Former Chair, Public Interest Section, American Accounting Association.
Editor, Critical Perspectives on Accounting and Accounting Forum.
Organizer, Critical Perspectives on Accounting Standing Conference.
Contributor to various public policy discussions for the BBC, CBC, Pacifica Public Radio, New York Public Radio, Newsweek, and the Wall Street Journal.
Awards, Honors, etc.:
Distinguished Service Award, Public Interest Section, American Accounting Association, 1997.
Distinguished Service Award, Northeast Region, American Accounting Association, 1999.
National Prize Winner, Chartered Certified Accountants, Final Exam, 1969.
Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Scholarship, Baruch College, 1985.