Recent Research Projects and Grants

2014

  • Boram Lee and Ian Fraser: Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS), 2014, £22,930: ‘Fair, Balanced and Reasonable: Making audit and corporate reporting more valuable?’
  • Boram Lee and Ian Fraser and Ian Fillis: 2014 AHRC Cultural Value Project Research Development Grants (FEC of £48,196), ‘Measuring the Value of the RSA New Contemporaries Exhibition as a Platform for Emerging Artists’

2013

  • Graeme Acheson, J. Turner and G. Campbell:  British Academy Small Research Grant, 2013, £6,495, ‘The Maturing of the UK Stock Market: Shareholders in British Railways,1870-1922’
  • Dionysia Dionysiou: Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, 2013, £2,000 ‘Worldwide IFRS adoption and convergence: mandated disclosures and the financial statement effects of IFRS 3, IAS 36 and IAS 38’
  • Lisa Evans, Sebastian Hoffmann and Dominic Detzen: Chartered Accountants Ireland Educational Trust, 2013, Euro 16,500, ‘The audit profession in times of rapid transition: Experiences from German reunification’.

2012

  • Dionysia Dionysiou, Ioannis Tsalavoutas and Paul André: Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) 2011, GBP 1,980, ‘Mandatory adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) by EU listed firms: the determinants of improved comparability’.

2011

  • Dionysia Dionysiou: Scottish Accountancy Trust for Education and Research (SATER), 2011, £1,000 ‘Mandatory adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) by EU listed firms: the determinants of improved comparability’
  • Dionysia Dionysiou, Ioannis Tsalavoutas and Paul André: Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), 2011, £15,970, ‘Worldwide IFRS adoption and convergence: mandated disclosures and the financial statement effects of IFRS 3, IAS 36 and IAS 38’.

2010

  • Dionysia Dionysiou: Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, 2010, £2,078, 'The value relevance and information content of inventory components before and after the IFRS adoption: Evidence from the UK’.
  • Dionysia Dionysiou and Ioannis Tsalavoutas: Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS), 2010, £750 ‘Prices leading earnings: the influence of quantity of mandatory disclosures’.
  • Graeme Acheson, J. Turner and G. Campbell:  Leverhulme Trust, 2010, £78,833, ‘Corporate Ownership and Control in Nineteenth-Century Britain’
  • Graeme Acheson:  British Academy Small Research Grant, 2010, £6,600, ‘Investor Ownership in the Nineteenth Century Insurance Industry’
  • Lisa Evans and Ian Fraser: British Academy, 2010, £7,039, ‘The Edinburgh Magdalen Asylum’
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