Mrs Yvonne Joyce

  • Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance (Accounting & Finance)

telephone: 0141 330 7689
email: Yvonne.Joyce@glasgow.ac.uk

ASBS South, Gilbert Scott Building, Glasgow, Room 360, G12 8QQ

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-4173-8020

Biography

Yvonne graduated from the University of Strathclyde with a first-class Honours degree in Accounting and Economics in 1997. Upon graduating, she commenced her professional accountancy training with Arthur Andersen, where she qualified as a Chartered Accountant (with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland) 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. 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. She joined the Accounting and Finance subject group at the University of Glasgow in 2011.

Research interests

Yvonne is a member of the Accounting research cluster.

Areas of expertise:

  • Corporate insolvency
  • Accountancy and insolvency professions
  • Accounting education and professionalisation

Publications

List by: Type | Date

Jump to: 2020 | 2019 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2009
Number of items: 7.

2020

Joyce, Y. and Maclean, E. (2020) The quality of IP reporting: a cause of creditor confusion? RECOVERY News,

2019

Joyce, Y. (2019) Building trust in crisis management: a study of insolvency practitioners and the role of accounting information and processes. Contemporary Accounting Research, (doi: 10.1111/1911-3846.12577) (Early Online Publication)

2015

Joyce, Y. and Walker, S. P. (2015) Gender essentialism and occupational segregation in insolvency practice. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 40, pp. 41-60. (doi: 10.1016/j.aos.2014.12.001)

2014

Joyce, Y. (2014) Knowledge mandates in the state–profession dynamic: a study of the British insolvency profession. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 39(8), pp. 590-614. (doi: 10.1016/j.aos.2014.06.001)

2013

Cooper, C. and Joyce, Y. (2013) Insolvency practice in the field of football. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 38(2), pp. 108-129. (doi: 10.1016/j.aos.2012.12.001)

2012

Gammie, E. and Joyce, Y. (2012) Competence-based approaches to the assessment of professional accountancy training work experience requirements: The ICAS experience. In: Evans, E., Juchau, R. and Wilson, R.M.S. (eds.) The Interface of Accounting Education and Professional Training. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415699259

2009

Gammie, E. and Joyce, Y. (2009) Competence-based approaches to the assessment of professional accountancy training work experience requirements: the ICAS experience. Accounting Education, 18(4-5), pp. 443-466. (doi: 10.1080/09639280902719465)

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Number of items: 7.

Articles

Joyce, Y. and Maclean, E. (2020) The quality of IP reporting: a cause of creditor confusion? RECOVERY News,

Joyce, Y. (2019) Building trust in crisis management: a study of insolvency practitioners and the role of accounting information and processes. Contemporary Accounting Research, (doi: 10.1111/1911-3846.12577) (Early Online Publication)

Joyce, Y. and Walker, S. P. (2015) Gender essentialism and occupational segregation in insolvency practice. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 40, pp. 41-60. (doi: 10.1016/j.aos.2014.12.001)

Joyce, Y. (2014) Knowledge mandates in the state–profession dynamic: a study of the British insolvency profession. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 39(8), pp. 590-614. (doi: 10.1016/j.aos.2014.06.001)

Cooper, C. and Joyce, Y. (2013) Insolvency practice in the field of football. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 38(2), pp. 108-129. (doi: 10.1016/j.aos.2012.12.001)

Gammie, E. and Joyce, Y. (2009) Competence-based approaches to the assessment of professional accountancy training work experience requirements: the ICAS experience. Accounting Education, 18(4-5), pp. 443-466. (doi: 10.1080/09639280902719465)

Book Sections

Gammie, E. and Joyce, Y. (2012) Competence-based approaches to the assessment of professional accountancy training work experience requirements: The ICAS experience. In: Evans, E., Juchau, R. and Wilson, R.M.S. (eds.) The Interface of Accounting Education and Professional Training. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415699259

This list was generated on Sun Aug 9 05:20:23 2020 BST.

Grants

ICAS seedcorn grant (£806). Choice and competition in the Scottish administration market

Supervision

Completed

Chris Flanagan

Career trajectories, personal reflexivity and the shifting visibility of social background: Experiences and perceptions of social mobility in the UK accountancy profession.

Unconditional pass - December 2019. ESRC 1+3 years scholarship.

Areas of interest

Yvonne is interested in supervising doctoral students in the following areas:

  • Corporate insolvency and financial distress
  • Crises
  • Accountancy and insolvency professions
  • Accounting education and professionalisation

Teaching

Yvonne has broad teaching experience across a wide range of subjects in both accounting and finance and across all levels, including professional education. Yvonne currently teaches on the BAcc, two Honours level options (Corporate Insolvency and Advanced Accounting Theory). At postgraduate taught level, Yvonne teaches Advanced International Corporate Reporting for the MAcc programme. 

Additional information

Yvonne currently sits on the ICAS Insolvency Committee and the ICAS Academic Panel. She is currently the Accounting Cluster Lead.