Our research applies concepts from behavioural finance, psychology and economics to investor behaviour, incentives and risk perceptions and inter-firm relationships. This includes modelling and forecasting aspects of asset price behaviour and the relationship with both market risk and the wider macro-economy, and the implications for asset pricing and asset and R&D management. These relationships have implications for the stability of the financial system as well as acting as indicators for economic wellbeing.
Research in this area focuses on the communication of social and environmental impact, intercultural and interlingual accounting and the accounting profession. Our interests are connected through a commitment to critical investigations of power and ethics in accounting and accounting regulation, and to contributing to a more positive role of accounting in society