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Dr Richard Andrews

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Richard Andrews

Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

Biography Richard has worked at the University of Hull since 2007, initially at Scarborough and transferring to the Hull campus full time in 2017.

He is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants who has worked in a variety of accounting roles both in the private sector and in education. Richard obtained an MSc in Finance from the University of Leicester. His PhD entitled 'Impairment of Assets: An Empirical Investigation' was obtained from the University of Hull.
Research Interests April 2004
I was awarded an ACCA research grant to produce a report considering the extent of asset impairment in FTSE 350 companies. This report was published as an ACCA research report in 2006.

April 2005 to 2013
I completed my PhD in the area of Financial Reporting. My thesis is entitled ‘Impairment of Assets: An Empirical Investigation’. This research is wide ranging and covers many aspects of financial reporting and asset impairment. I formally graduated in January 2014.

May 2006 to 2009
I have co-authored several books in the area of taxation.

Publications

Andrews, R., C. (2006) ‘Impairment of Assets: Measurement without disclosure?’ ACCA research report 92, Certified Accountants Educational Trust.

Andrews, R., C. (2012) ‘Fair Value, earnings management and asset impairment: The impact of a change in the regulatory environment,’ Procedia Economics and Finance, Vol. 2, pp. 16-25

Andrews, R., Combs, A. & Rowes, P. (2009) ‘Taxation incorporating the 2008 Finance Acts’, 28th Edition, Fiscal Publications.

Rowes, P., Andrews, R. & Combs, A. (2006) ‘Taxation incorporating the 2006 Finance Acts’, 25th Edition, Fiscal Publications.

Rowes, P., Andrews, R. & Combs, A. (2007) ‘Taxation incorporating the 2007 Finance Acts’, 26th Edition, Fiscal Publications.

Rowes, P., Andrews, R. & Combs, A. (2008) ‘Taxation incorporating the 2008 Finance Acts’, 27th Edition, Fiscal Publications.
Teaching and Learning Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.