- Lecturer in Accounting and Finance (Accounting and Finance)
Adam Smith Business School
Primary research area: Corporate insolvency, including the practice of insolvency and the insolvency profession. Yvonne is interested in the processes of administration, receivership, company voluntary arrangements and liquidations as well as the pre-formal appointment arena.
Secondary research areas: The accounting profession, including relationships between training firms and recognised professional bodies and accounting education at the professional level.
Yvonne joined Glasgow University in 2011.
Yvonne graduated from Strathclyde University with a first class honours degree in accounting and economics in 1997. Upon graduating, she embarked on an accountancy training contract with Arthur Andersen, where she qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2000. During her time at Arthur Andersen, Yvonne was based in the audit and assurance department as well as the corporate restructuring department, where she was involved in business reviews and formal insolvency appointments. Following on from this practical experience, Yvonne moved to a lecturing post within the education department of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) in 2002 and then to Strathclyde University in 2006 as a lecturer in the accounting and finance department.
Yvonne’s teaching interests are broad and she has experience of lecturing in corporate finance, financial accounting and taxation.
Yvonne’s current courses are:
Undergraduate: Advanced Financial Accounting Practice; Advanced Accounting Theory; Operations and Financial Decision Making
Postgraduate: Advanced International Corporate Reporting; Audit, Risk and Control