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20082019
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Research interests

My main research interests lie in prediction of corporate financial distress, impact of prudential regulation, derivatives usage, earnings, and econometric methodology. I am General Secretary and an Executive Trustee of the British Accounting and Finance Association - the national, and increasingly international, learned society for his subject area. Formerly, I was Head of Department of Accounting at the University of Exeter Business School and Head of the Accounting/Finance subject group at Aberystwyth University.

I am a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and, prior to my academic career, had twelve years’ experience in financial and professional services: with Ernst & Young; NatWest Group; and Accenture. I won the Henry Ford Scholar Award and an A T Kearney Prize for his MBA performance at Cranfield University / Carnegie Mellon University (USA).

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Prediction Business & Economics
Lock-in effect Business & Economics
Persistence Business & Economics
Mark-to-market Business & Economics
Finance Business & Economics
Venture capital Business & Economics
Fair value Business & Economics
Credit risk models Business & Economics

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Research Output 2008 2019

A disadvantage in IFRS adoption in the UK: the adverse consequences of IAS 38

Dargenidou, C., Jackson, R., Tsalavoutas, I. & Tsoligkas, F., 8 Jan 2019, (Accepted/In press).

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

The Logics of Financial Performance Measurement in UK Universities

Brown, R. & Jackson, R., 2019, (Accepted/In press).

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

A disadvantage in IFRS adoption in the UK: the adverse consequences of IAS 38

Dargenidou, C., Jackson, R. & Tsoligkas, F., 9 Apr 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

A disadvantage in IFRS adoption in the UK: The adverse consequences of IAS 38

Dargenidou, C., Jackson, R. & Tsoligkas, F., 30 May 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Thesis

An Investigation of Derivative Financial Instrument Usage by the UK's Largest Non-financial Firms

Author: Anjana Gayan Kurukulasuriya, K. M., 13 Feb 2019

Supervisor: Jackson, R. (Supervisor) & Bamber, M. (External person) (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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