Dr Anthony Devine

  • Associate Director of Learning & Teaching (Management)

Biography

Anthony is Associate Director of Learning & Teaching and Senior Lecturer in Accounting at Adam Smith Business School. Working with the Learning & Teaching leadership team, Anthony has oversight of a range of strategic projects to embed the learning and teaching strategy. He has significant experience in learning and teaching through his work with external accreditation bodies such as AACSB where he currently serves as global lead for Assurance of Learning. Anthony’s research encompasses a range of topics which include blockchain, technology, governance, accounting, and family business.

Prior to joining the Business School, Anthony was at Northumbria University where he undertook a range of roles including Programme Leader, Director of Accreditation, Associate Head of Department, and University Strategic Lead for the Middle East. In addition to Learning and Teaching, Anthony has extensive experience with the creation, maintenance, and growth of international campuses.

Research interests

Anthony is a member of the School's Accounting and Entrepreneurship, Development and Political Economy

Areas of expertise:

  • Governance
  • Blockchain and technology
  • Financial accounting
  • Family business
  • Culture

Publications

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2022

Apostolidis, C., Devine, A. and Jabbar, A. (2022) From chalk to clicks – the impact of (rapid) technology adoption on employee emotions in the higher education sector. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 182, 121860. (doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2022.121860)

2021

Devine, A. , Jabbar, A., Kimmitt, J. and Apostolidis, C. (2021) Conceptualising a social business blockchain: The coexistence of social and economic logics. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 172, 120997. (doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2021.120997)

2017

Devine, A. and Shrives, P. (2017) Insights into corporate governance and risk: Exploring systems from Germany, the United States and the United Kingdom. In: Woods, M. and Linsley, P. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Accounting and Risk. Series: Routledge companions in business, management and accounting. Routledge: London, pp. 28-46. ISBN 9781138860124

2012

Devine, A. and Shrives, P. (2012) Comply or Copy: The Extent of Mimetic Isomorphism in German Corporate Governance Compliance Statements. In: European Accounting Association (EAA) 35th Annual Congress, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 9-11 May 2012,

2011

Devine, A. (2011) Retaining Identity and Values Through Generations of Family Businesses: Is There a Role for Corporate Governance? In: British Accounting & Finance Association Northern Group Annual Conference, University of Salford, 1 Sep 2011,

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Articles

Apostolidis, C., Devine, A. and Jabbar, A. (2022) From chalk to clicks – the impact of (rapid) technology adoption on employee emotions in the higher education sector. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 182, 121860. (doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2022.121860)

Devine, A. , Jabbar, A., Kimmitt, J. and Apostolidis, C. (2021) Conceptualising a social business blockchain: The coexistence of social and economic logics. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 172, 120997. (doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2021.120997)

Book Sections

Devine, A. and Shrives, P. (2017) Insights into corporate governance and risk: Exploring systems from Germany, the United States and the United Kingdom. In: Woods, M. and Linsley, P. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Accounting and Risk. Series: Routledge companions in business, management and accounting. Routledge: London, pp. 28-46. ISBN 9781138860124

Conference Proceedings

Devine, A. and Shrives, P. (2012) Comply or Copy: The Extent of Mimetic Isomorphism in German Corporate Governance Compliance Statements. In: European Accounting Association (EAA) 35th Annual Congress, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 9-11 May 2012,

Devine, A. (2011) Retaining Identity and Values Through Generations of Family Businesses: Is There a Role for Corporate Governance? In: British Accounting & Finance Association Northern Group Annual Conference, University of Salford, 1 Sep 2011,

This list was generated on Wed Dec 7 22:43:11 2022 GMT.

Grants

2018 – 2021 – Research Scholarship for PhD Student (£50,000)

2017 - Family Firm Institute research grant: Exploring student satisfaction and loyalty in family business education – the role of interactions and value-co-creation ($5,000) - PI

2013 – de Visscher & Co Scholarship for individuals wishing to specialize in advising or consulting with family enterprises ($10,000)

Supervision

Anthony currently supervises PhD students undertaking research in the following areas:

  • Blockchain and technology
  • Family business
  • Culture and Neo-Durkheimian Institutional Theory
  • Accounting

Current supervision

  • Neo-Durkheimian Institutional Theory in M&A transactions (External)
  • Neo-Durkheimian Institutional Theory in Indian Family Firms (External)

Teaching

  • Advanced Financial Accounting (ACCFIN4007)
  • Blockchain
  • Governance
  • Research methods
  • Ethics

Professional activities & recognition

Professional & learned societies

  • 2013: Fellow, Higher Education Academy / Advance HE
  • 2015: Academic Fellow, Association of International Accountants
  • 2021: Fellow, Family Firm Institue

Selected international presentations

  • 2013: FFI Global Conference (San Diego, CA, USA)
  • 2014: FFI Global Conference (Washington DC, USA)
  • 2015: FFI Global Conference (London, UK)
  • 2016: AACSB Assessment Conference (Charlotte, North Carolina, USA)
  • 2017: FFI Global Conference (Chicago, USA)
  • 2018: AACSB Assessment Conference (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)
  • 2018: AACSB Europe Middle East and Africa Annual Accreditation Conference (London, England)
  • 2019: FFI Global Conference (Miami, USA)
  • 2021: AACSB Innovative Curriculum Conference (Online)
  • 2021: AACSB ICAM Conference (Online)
  • 2021: AACSB Global Governance Summit (Online)

Additional information

External roles

  • 2019 – Co-opted School Governor – John Spence Community High School
  • 2015 to present - AACSB - Global Lead for Assurance of Learning
  • 2013 to present – Non-Executive Director – New Writing North

Memberships

  • Fellow Higher Education Academy
  • Fellow Family Firm Institute
  • Academic Fellow Association of International Accountants