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About Matt Bamber
Matt is an Assistant Professor of Accounting. He originally trained as a Chartered Accountant (ICAEW; FCA), gaining practical experience in audit and corporate finance in the UK and the US. In 2004, he made the transition from practice to higher education. Before joining Schulich School of Business in 2018, Matt held appointments at the Universities of Bristol (UK) and University of Toronto (Canada). Matt’s current research interests lie in the sociology of financial reporting, drawing on theories of performance, identity, and surveillance. His particular focus is on investor-manager interactions, and specifically Question and Answer sessions. He has published his work in a number of high ranked academic journals including Accounting, Organizations and Society and Human Relations.
2017/18 Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto: Teaching Award MBA
2017/18 Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto: Teaching Award Undergraduate
2013 University of Bristol: Dean’s Award for Education Excellence
• Accounting and Finance for Managers: A Decision-Making Approach (With Parry, S.). Second edition. Kogan Page. London. UK, 2017.
• ‘The Q&A: Under Surveillance’ (with Abraham, S.). Accounting, Organizations and Society, 2017, 58.
• ‘Risk reporting: A Review’ (with Elshandidy, T., Abraham, S., and Shrives, P.). Journal of Accounting Literature, Forthcoming [Accepted December, 2017]
• ‘Mandatory Disclosure: Compliance, Applicability, and Quantity’ (with McMeeking, K. and Petrovic, N.). The International Journal of Accounting, Forthcoming [Accepted January, 2018]
• ‘The Diffusion of Market Risk Disclosures.’ Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research. Forthcoming [Accepted, July, 2017].
• ‘Occupational Limbo, Transitional Liminality and Permanent Liminality: New Conceptual Distinctions’ (with Allen-Collinson, J. and McCormack, J.). Human Relations, 2017, 70(12) 1514–1537.
• ‘An examination of international accounting standard-setting due process and the implications for legitimacy’ (with McMeeking, K.). British Accounting Review, 2016, 48(1), 59-73.
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project TitleWidening Participation Projects Funding (with McCormack, J.) Role Award Amount$8,000.00 Year Awarded2012/13 Granting AgencyUniversity of Bristol