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Research interests

The underlying theme of my research is the interface between accounting and the environmental impacts of economic activity. This encompasses investigation of how non-financial reporting at the corporate level can be optimised to support decision-making, including through the use of values derived from environmental economic techniques, and the response of financial markets to such information as well as to corporate sustainability performance more generally.

My research deals also with allied issues such as extending perspectives on the accounting entity and environmental impacts, considering aggregates such as economic sectors and countries, as embodied in a recent pan-European, cross-disciplinary EC Framework VI project on the marine environment, and the role of the accountant in achieving sustainable development. The latter is necessarily part of a broader research agenda that I am pursuing, dealing with the evolving role of the business accountant and the consequent educational and developmental needs that arise.

Education / Academic qualification

Master of Business Administration, Cass Business School

Master of Science, University College London

Doctor of the University, University of East Anglia

Master of Arts, University of Oxford

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Projects 2007 2013

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Cooper, P.

EUROPEAN COMMISSION FP7

1/04/0930/06/13

Project: EU Commission

Centre of Excellence

Cooper, P.

1/10/0730/09/13

Project: UK charity

Research Output 2002 2017

The use of international agreements in transnational environmental protection

Finus, M., Cooper, P. & Almer, C. 28 Feb 2017 In : Oxford Economic Papers. 69, 2, p. 333-334

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Conceptual framework
Collective action
International agreements
Environmental protection
Empirical research
2 Citations

Challenges of achieving good environmental status in the Northeast Atlantic

Alexander, K. A., Kershaw, P., Cooper, P., Gilbert, A. J., Hall-Spencer, J. M., Heymans, J. J., Kannen, A., Los, H. J., O'Higgins, T., O'Mahony, C., Tett, P., Troost, T. A. & van Beusekom, J. Mar 2015 In : Ecology and Society. 20, 1, 49

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
ecosystem
ecological phenomena
ecosystem resilience
public sector
marine ecosystem
7 Citations

Sustaining Europe's seas as coupled social ecological systems

Mee, L., Cooper, P., Kannen, A., Gilbert, A. J. & O'Higgins, T. Mar 2015 In : Ecology and Society. 20, 1, 1

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File

A methodology for the assessment of local-scale changes in marine environmental benefits and its application

Hooper, T., Cooper, P., Hunt, A. & Austen, M. Jun 2014 In : Ecosystem Services. 8, p. 65-74

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

File
ecosystem service
Ecosystem
methodology
barrage
environmental impact assessment

Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of Tidal Range Energy Generation

Hooper, T. Dec 2014 334 p.

Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis

File
barrage
willingness to pay
valuation
ecosystem service
habitat loss