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Research interests

My primary research interest is public sector accounting and accountability with a focus on the delivery of local services by health services and local authorities. My recent work has concentrated on issues related to financial reporting and the reform of local audit services but has recently extended to a behavioural investigation of the impact of tariff systems in the NHS and to pedagogical issues relating to the teaching of accounting in an increasingly marketised higher education environment.

Research topics include: financial reporting quality, accruals quality and earnings management; audit fees and audit quality; regulation and regulatory incentives; governance including CEO pay.

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economic value Social Sciences
assets Social Sciences
accounting Social Sciences
value Social Sciences
observation Social Sciences
Incentives Business & Economics
authority Social Sciences
physics Social Sciences

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Projects 2015 2018

Research Output 2007 2018

Audit adjustments – a new look at audit quality in the public sector

Greenwood, M. & Zhan, R. 2018

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Theory complementarity, regulatory monitoring and university financial reporting quality

Greenwood, M. & Tao, L. Jan 2017

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A Brave New World: Destructive innovation in public audit?

Greenwood, M. 2016

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4 Citations

Accounting for heritage assets: does measuring economic value 'kill the cat'?

Ellwood, S. & Greenwood, M. Jul 2016 In : Critical Perspectives on Accounting. 38, p. 1-13

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economic value
assets
accounting
value
observation