Dr Jonathan Tweedie

  • Lecturer in Accounting (Accounting & Finance)

email: Jonathan.Tweedie.2@glasgow.ac.uk

Room 362, West Quadrangle, Adam Smith Business School, Gilbert Scott Building (Main Building), University Avenue, Glasgow, G12 8QQ

Biography

Jonathan joined the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School as a Lecturer in Accounting in 2020.

He completed his BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance at the University of Strathclyde before obtaining a PhD in Accounting from the University of Edinburgh. In his doctoral research, Jonathan examined and critiqued the relations between contemporary regimes of state transparency and democracy, theorising these through the related notions of ideology and spectacle as set out in the works of Slavoj Žižek and Guy Debord.

Jonathan draws on a broad base of readings in critical theory, political economy, psychoanalysis, and sociology to understand and critically evaluate the workings of accounting, accountability, and transparency in organisations and society.

Research interests

Jonathan is part of the School's Accounting research cluster.

Areas of expertise:

  • Accountability
  • Transparency
  • Management Control
  • Critical Theory
  • Political Economy

Grants

Edinburgh Sydney Partnership Collaboration Award, Project: The Impact of Accountability and Transparency on the Practices of Prison Officers in Australia and Scotland (joint with J. Andrew, C. Cooper, & M. Baker), 2018, Award: AUD $18,000.

Supervision

Supervisory interests

Critical perspectives on:

  • Accountability
  • Transparency
  • Management Control

Teaching

Teaching interests:

  • Critical Accounting
  • Social and Environmental Accounting
  • Management Accounting in Organisations and Society
  • Research Methodology and Methods