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Dr 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.
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.|