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Elaine Stewart has been a member of teaching staff on the Accounting pathway since September 2017, having previously worked as a post doctoral researcher for the school.
Elaine is a Lecturer and Adviser of Studies for the Undergraduate Accounting pathway.
Elaine's research focuses on two areas, namely public sector accounting and issues in the not-for-profit sector. Specifically:
- Financial reporting reforms in UK central government; and
- Financial capability mechanisms in the not-for-profit sector.
Elaine has gained extensive experience in developing quantitative (randomised control trial, Chi-square tests) and qualitative (document content analysis and semi-structured interviews) methodological skills, along with theoretical insights, focusing predominately on Institutional Theory.
- Module Coordinator on ACC2005 Management Accounting
- Tutor on ACC2004 Financial Accounting
- Module Coordinator on ACC3014 Issues in Not-for-Profit and Public Sector Accounting
Elaine holds a PGCHET qualification (QUB, 2019). She is Adviser of Studies for the undergradate pathway for Accounting.