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Dr Andrea Coulson

Head Of Department

Accounting and Finance

Personal statement

My research and teaching interests include social and environmental accounting and accounting for risk. At a theoretical level I have a special interest in exploring the notion of multiple capitals and theories of value, in particular through interdisciplinary research. I apply my research to empirical investigations of social welfare, protection of human rights and engagement on environmental risk and 'materiality' thresholds for climate adaptation. I have over fifteeen years experience of working with the financial services sector on perceptions of social and environmental risks and valuations. My research and knowledge exchange activities are a direct input into my teaching and are reflected in my classes on Accounting for Risk, Accounting and Sustainability and Research Methodologies. 

Publications

KPMG's True Value methodology : a critique of economic reasoning on the value companies create and reduce for society
Coulson Andrea B.
Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal Vol 7, pp. 1-19, (2016)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/SAMPJ-05-2016-0027
An introduction to framing multiple capitals
Coulson Andrea
ICAEW Rethinking Capitals: beyond the financial, pp. 1-26, (2016)
Exploring metaphors of capitals and the framing of multiple capitals : challenges and opportunities for <IR>
Coulson Andrea B., Adams Carol A., Nugent Michael N., Haynes Kathryn
Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal Vol 6, pp. 290-314, (2015)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/SAMPJ-05-2015-0032
The role of accounting technologies in the creation of of social and societal risk
Asenova Darinka, Coulson Andrea, de-Ruyter Alex, Bailey Stephen J.
Critical Perspectives On Accounting Vol 33, (2015)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1045-2354(15)00126-4
Living Wage Employers : evidence of UK Business Cases
Coulson Andrea, Bonner James
(2015)
Hospitality codes and social exchange theory : the Pashtunwali and tourism in Afghanistan
Coulson Andrea B., MacLaren Andrew C., McKenzie Stewart, O'Gorman Kevin D.
Tourism Management Vol 45, pp. 134-141, (2014)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tourman.2014.03.019

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Professional activities

Babson College Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators
Participant
18/9/2017
Citizens Uk on behalf of the Living Wage Foundation (External organisation)
Advisor
2017
Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (The) (External organisation)
Advisor
2017
Scottish Living Wage Expo
Participant
31/10/2016
Accounting for Sustainability in Banks
Examiner
2016
Social and Environmental Accountability Journal (Journal)
Peer reviewer
2015

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Projects

Living Wage Employers: evidence of UK business cases
Coulson, Andrea (Principal Investigator) Bonner, James (Researcher)
6 case studies of the business case for being a UK Living Wage Employer as accredited by the Living Wage Foundation
Period 01-Jun-2014 - 07-Nov-2014
Platforms for Online Seminars for Risk Researchers
Burns, Calvin (Academic) Quigley, John (Academic) Coulson, Andrea (Academic) Ramsay, Howard (Academic)
£10 379 from the "Roberts Fund" for provision and evaluation of online seminar, tutorial and support platforms for the doctoral and post-doctoral community.
Period 01-Oct-2008 - 30-Sep-2009
Trading Social Risk and Social Responsibility
Burns, Calvin (Academic) Quigley, John (Academic) Coulson, Andrea (Academic)
£2000 funding from "Bridging the Gap" to conduct research and workshops on trading risk and social responsibility.
Period 01-Oct-2007 - 30-Sep-2008
International Risk Research Partnership
Burns, Calvin (Academic) Quigley, John (Academic) Coulson, Andrea (Academic) Ramsay, Howard (Academic)
$250 000 (Cdn) from SSHRC (Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada) to develop an international risk research partnership including the delivery of online (Second Life) workshops. Industry partners include KPMG, Scottish Power, and Shell amongst others.
Period 01-Sep-2011 - 30-Sep-2014
Risk Communication and Twitter: A Comparison of International Risk Regulatory Frameworks
Burns, Calvin (Academic) Quigley, John (Academic) Coulson, Andrea (Academic)
£61 325 PhD funding (Tranche 2 University scholarship) which we won for Emma Comrie.
Period 01-Oct-2011 - 31-Jan-2015

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