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Accounting, Banking, Economics, Finance, Management Studies PhD/MPhil

Course Info:

  • Institution
  • Destination
    United Kingdom
  • Intakes
  • Duration
    3 Years
  • Fee
    £ 15,000


The PhD programme in the Business School at Bangor has been described by external experts as ’second to none in the UK’. Our role of PhD throughput is amongst the highest in the UK and we have ESRC recognition for our research training (MA to PhD) in Banking and Finance. Our current and recent PhD students are a lively and friendly community. Their areas of research interest are as diverse and interesting as their backgrounds.

Research Areas
Accounting and Finance with specialisations in:
Impression Management
Corporate Narrative Reporting
Corporate social and environmental reporting
Organisational Legitimacy
International Financial Reporting
Earnings quality
Accounting Policy choice
Earnings Management
International Cross listings
Accounting History
Asset Pricing
Monetary Policy
Banking with specialisations in:
Credit risk and credit ratings
Market Microstructure
Investment Management
Depositary Institutions
Appropriation of computer technology
Islamic Banking and Finance
Corporate Finance
Real Estate Finance
International Banking
Banking and Development
Financial Exclusion
Emerging Markets
European Sovereign Debt Crisis
Economics with specialisations in:
Financial Economics
Development Economics
Game Theory
Political Economy
Behavioural Economics
Macroeconomic Modelling
Public economics
International Trade
Banking Markets
Business and Management Studies with specialisations in:
Business History
Human Resource Development
Employee Voice
Employment Relations
Employment Regulation
Impact of change
Strategic Information Systems
Data Protection
Knowledge Transfer/Management
Organisational Management
Course content is for guidance purposes only and may be subject to change.

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