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Academic Expert Directory - Entries starting with 'E'

Academic Expert Directory

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DR EMMANUEL ADEGBITEEdit Entry
Lecturer (A. Professor) in Accounting
Dr. Emmanuel Adegbite researches, teaches and consults in the broad areas of Accounting, Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility. He has either done research or has his research presented in several countries (e.g., UK, USA, China, Canada, Japan, Italy, Belgium, Nigeria, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, France, Uganda and Spain) at international conferences such as The Academy of International Business; Academy of Management; and the European Group for Organisational Studies Colloquium. His research has been published in prestigious peer-reviewed academic journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics; International Business Review; International Studies of Management and Organization; Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society; International Journal of Disclosure and Governance; and the Journal of Corporate Governance. His works have also appeared in books published by leading publishers such as Palgrave MacMillan and Cambridge University Press. His research interests are focused on a fast growing area in the business management literature relating to the governance and responsibility of the modern corporation. In this field, he is working to develop an institutional framework for examining corporate governance in varieties of capitalism, and in the process augmenting (a) the burgeoning literature on corporate governance in developing countries, (b) the broad literature on comparative corporate governance as well as CSR studies and comparative institutionalism, and (c) presenting implications, not only to the academy but, to the business sector and the polity of developing market economies. His publications have examined the institutional, external, regulatory and firm-level determinants of good corporate governance in developing countries, and have facilitated deeper insights into the nature, practice and complexity of the corporate governance and accountability phenomenon in weak institutional contexts such as Nigeria. Apart from being one the foremost experts on corporate governance and CSR in Nigeria, he works with businesses, NGOs and governments, in the broad areas of instrumental and strategic corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, and business ethics. He further engages with industry players, policy makers, opinion leaders and the general public in exploring how good governance can minimise corruption in both the public and private sectors. His research has been supported by many research grants including a recent £28,425 award from the British Academy.Together with colleagues, he has also been awarded another £310,045 by the Tony Elumelu Foundation to study ‘Africapitalism’. His research has been presented in several countries at leading international conferences. He is a Visiting Professor in Corporate Accountability at the Covenant University, Nigeria (2013 - present) and a visiting Professor in Corporate Social Responsibility at Toulouse Business School, France (May 2014). Dr. Adegbite currently teaches at the Durham University Business School, having worked at the Newcastle Business School, UK; Kings College London, UK; American Intercontinental University; University of Warwick; and Cass Business School, London, where he also received his PhD. He is member of the Academy of Management; Academy of International Business; Global Corporate Governance Forum; African Accounting and Finance Association; and the Society for Corporate Governance in Nigeria. He further has executive/editorial responsibilities at the Institute of Corporate Governance, Nigeria; British Accounting and Finance Association, and the Africa Academy of Management. He also serves as the Director of Administration and Operations of the UK based charity “Book Aid For Africa”.

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Prof Robert East
Professor
My expertise is in consumer behaviour with particular emphasis on word of moth patterns

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Muhammed-Shahid Ebrahim
Professor of Islamic Banking and Finance
Muhammed-Shahid Ebrahim is a Professor of Islamic Banking and Finance at the Bangor Business School. His broad area of interest is in financial development with a narrow focus on: (i) Asset Pricing and (ii)Financial Contracting, as applied to Islamic Banking and Finance, Corporate Finance, and Real Estate Finance. He has taught at the University of Nottingham, National University of Singapore, University of Brunei Darussalam, University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), Southern Illinois University (Carbondale), Northwestern University and University of Wisconsin (Madison). He has also worked as a financial analyst/planner with the United Bank of Kuwait and IDS-American Express. Shahid was a Research Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies and Harvard University Islamic Finance Program. He has been a recipient of the Harwood Memorial Real Estate scholarship. He has numerous publications in internationally refereed journals such as Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Real Estate Economics, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting etc.

Bangor
United Kingdom

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Prof Perter Edge
Professor of Law; Chair, Small Jurisdictions Service.
Chair of the Small Jurisdictions Service, a unit in the School of Law at Oxford Brookes which specialises in academic consultancy in relation to small jurisdictions with a common-law inheritance.

Oxford
United Kingdom

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Dr DAVID EDMONDSON
Lecturer
Leading university in SW London

LONDON
United Kingdom

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Prof Yuksel Ekinci
Professor of Marketing
Yuksel is one of the UK’s leading scholars in service quality and customer satisfaction measurement. His research and consultancy work includes academic and applied marketing studies involving statistical analysis of the marketing data, measuring and modeling service quality, customer satisfaction, brand equity, users’ evaluation of the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems. He is fully competent to design and support the execution of strategic and tactical market research and data analysis projects focusing on customer satisfaction and other aspects of business performance, from customer retention and value development (up-sell and cross-sell) to profitability. Consultancy Yuksel’s research applications cover a wide range of service sectors including retail, telecommunication, call centers, hospitality, tourism, retail banking and insurance. Academic background Yuksel is a Professor of Marketing at Oxford Brookes University, where he teaches Global Marketing and Research Methods. Before starting a career in academia, Yuksel worked for international service sector companies. He designed and delivered short courses on Research Methods in the UK and Overseas. He has authored more than 80 academic and applied research articles. His publications appeared in esteemed international marketing journals including the Journal of Business Research, European Journal of Marketing, Service Industries Journal, Journal of Marketing Management, International Journal of Human Resources Management, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, Journal of Travel Research and Annals of Tourism Research. Yuksel developed a customer satisfaction model for the service organizations.

Oxford
United Kingdom

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