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Bridget Ogharanduku PhD

Summary

I am a Lecturer in Financial Accounting and Management Accounting at Sheffield Business School. I deliver and administer several modules accross the undergraduate degree programme and utilise my accountancy knowledge to provide students with advice when necessary. With a passion for both accountancy and personal development, I take great delight in enabling undergraduate students to fulfil their potential.

I am enthusiastic about the gender discourse within the accounting profession and organisations generally. I am keen on contributing to the development of emancipatory knowledge in the area, which would create a consciousness for change, especially in non-western contexts where feminism is not widely accepted. I am also a qualified chartered accountant and member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria.

  • About

    Qualifications

    • 2018: Doctor of Philosophy Accountancy, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom
    • 2012: MSc Accounting and Financial Analysis, Anglia Ruskin University
    • 2008: BSc Accounting, Delta State University, Nigeria

    Member of professional body

    Membership

    • 2010: , Institute of Chartered Accountants Nigeria, Nigeria

    Senior University leadership or strategic project role

    Member of University committee

    • 2013 to 2014: , Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom

    Teaching expertise

    • I teach and administer on the follwing modules: Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Financial Reporting, Business Finance, Financial Management and Financial Fluency for Management Decision Making

    Research

    • I am interested in qualitative research in Accounting, especially in the areas of gender, intersectionality, accounting history and colonial influence in the development of the Accounting profession in post-colonial states and public sector accounting

  • Teaching

    Department of Finance, Accounting and Business Systems

    Sheffield Business School

    Fin Accounting & Man Accounting

  • Publications

    Conference papers

    Ogharanduku, B. (2014). Poster Presentation - The untold story of Nigerian women accountants. In Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Conference, Research Methods Festival, Oxford. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Conference

    Ogharanduku, B. (2014). Poster Presentation - Gender and the professionalisation of accounting: the Nigerian context. In Accounting Society and Environment Conference. Accounting Society and Environment Conference

    Book chapters

    Ogharanduku, B. (2017). Corporate Social Responsibility. In Paterson, A., Yonekura, A., & Jackson, W. (Eds.) Contemporary Issues in Social Accounting. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers Ltd

    Ogharanduku, B. (2017). History and Dynamics of Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting. In Paterson, A., Yonekura, A., & Jackson, W. (Eds.) Contemporary Issues in Social Accounting. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers Ltd

    Ogharanduku, B. (2016). Methods and Techniques for Qualitative Data Gathering. In Paterson, A., & O'Gorman, K.D. (Eds.) Research Methods for Accounting & Finance. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers Ltd

    Ogharanduku, B. (2016). Evaluating and Analysing Qualitative Data. In Paterson, A., & O'Gorman, K.D. (Eds.) Research Methods for Accounting & Finance. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers Ltd

    Presentations

    Ogharanduku, B. (2018). A marriage of convenience – understanding the declining influence of the Society of Women Accountants of Nigeria. Presented at: Publishing Workshop, Kingston University Business School

    Ogharanduku, B. (2017). Extended family networks and the career progression of Nigerian women accountants.

    Ogharanduku, B. (2016). Women and the accounting profession: experiences from Nigeria.

    Ogharanduku, B. (2014). Gender and the professionalisation of accounting: the Nigerian context.

  • Other activities

    Award

    • 2013: Anglia Trust Award, Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom

    Prize or best paper

    • 2012: Best graduating Student, Delta State University, Nigeria

    Research funding or grant

    • 2018: Small research travel grant, Newcastle University, United Kingdom
    • 2013: PhD Scholarship, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom

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