Dr Gabriel Kaifala

  • Lecturer (Accounting & Finance)

telephone: 01413306725
email: Gabriel.Kaifala@glasgow.ac.uk

679, Main Building, University Avenue, Glasgow

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ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-6447-4262

Biography

Gabriel Kaifala is Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at the University of Glasgow. He obtained his PhD in accounting and finance in 2016 at University of Glasgow, Master in Accounting (MAcc) with Distinction and MSc in Research (Business and Management) with Distinction both at Glasgow Caledonian University. Gabriel also holds a BA in accounting and Advanced Diploma in Teaching in Further Education.

Prior to joining the University of Glasgow, Gabriel held lectureship posts in accounting and business at Glasgow Kelvin College and Glasgow Caledonian University on their ACCA professional courses. Gabriel has over nine years’ experience of lecturing at further and higher education institutions. He has taught, supervised and examined diploma, undergraduate, postgraduate and professional students in accounting and finance. Gabriel has presented his research at a number of internationally recognised conferences, workshops, and seminars.

Research interests

Gabriel is a member of the Accounting research cluster.

Areas of expertise:

  • Accounting education
  • Financial accounting and reporting
  • Accounting professionalisation
  • Accounting and business ethics
  • Postcolonial theory

Publications

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2023

Parker, L. and Kaifala, G. (2023) Higher education governance and accountability in developing economies: The case of Sierra Leone. In: Carnegie, G. D. and Napier, C. J. (eds.) Handbook of Accounting, Accountability and Governance. Series: Research handbooks on accounting. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 237-257. ISBN 9781800886537 (doi: 10.4337/9781800886544.00021)

2021

Kaifala, G. B. , Paisey, C. and Paisey, N. J. (2021) The UK pensions landscape – a critique of the role of accountants and accounting technologies in the treatment of social and societal risks. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 75, 102091. (doi: 10.1016/j.cpa.2019.06.005)

2019

Kaifala, G. B. , Gallhofer, S. , Milner, M. and Paisey, C. (2019) Postcolonial hybridity, diaspora and accountancy: evidence from Sierra Leonean chartered and aspiring accountants. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 32(7), pp. 2114-2141. (doi: 10.1108/AAAJ-03-2016-2493)

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Articles

Kaifala, G. B. , Paisey, C. and Paisey, N. J. (2021) The UK pensions landscape – a critique of the role of accountants and accounting technologies in the treatment of social and societal risks. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 75, 102091. (doi: 10.1016/j.cpa.2019.06.005)

Kaifala, G. B. , Gallhofer, S. , Milner, M. and Paisey, C. (2019) Postcolonial hybridity, diaspora and accountancy: evidence from Sierra Leonean chartered and aspiring accountants. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 32(7), pp. 2114-2141. (doi: 10.1108/AAAJ-03-2016-2493)

Book Sections

Parker, L. and Kaifala, G. (2023) Higher education governance and accountability in developing economies: The case of Sierra Leone. In: Carnegie, G. D. and Napier, C. J. (eds.) Handbook of Accounting, Accountability and Governance. Series: Research handbooks on accounting. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 237-257. ISBN 9781800886537 (doi: 10.4337/9781800886544.00021)

This list was generated on Wed Apr 17 21:18:45 2024 BST.

Supervision

Areas of interest:

  • Accounting education
  • Accounting professionalisation
  • Accounting and business ethics
  • Postcolonial theory

Teaching

  • Financial accounting 2
  • Financial reporting and interpretation
  • Advanced international corporate reporting
  • International financial accounting for multinational corporations 
  • Accounting and business ethics