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Andy Turton FHEA


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Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

Prior to working within the Higher Education sector I held various roles and positions within both the retail and energy sectors of industry. Upon commencing my employment with the University of Sunderland in 2010, I have developed and taught on a range of accounting and finance based modules that are embedded across differing programmes offered by the University. Since 2014 I have held the position of programme leader for our BA (Hons) Business and Financial Management programme, a role that encompasses having overarching responsibility for successful delivery and the evolution of module content within the programme.

Teaching and supervision

I teach on a range of accounting and finance based modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate level of study. I am currently the module leader on the following modules that are ran within the Business School:

  • UGB163 Introduction to Accounting and Finance
  • APC314 Financial Management (Professional)
  • PGBM01 Financial Management and Control
  • PGBM106 Corporate Finance

Additionally I also act within a supervisory capacity to students studying both undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations within the Business School.

Research

I am currently actively researching capital structure and its impact upon firm performance from both a developed and developing capital market perspective.

Publications

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Article

Turton, A and Okike, Elewechi (2009) The Effect of Corporate Goverance Reform within the UK Banking Industry and its Effect on Firm Performance. Corporate Ownership and Control, 7 (1). pp. 456-470. ISSN 1727-9232

This list was generated on Sun Jun 7 08:40:05 2020 BST.
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Management
  • Management Accounting





  • BA
  • MA
  • FHEA
  • PGCertHE

Last updated 11 June 2019

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