Dr Sanjukta Brahma completed her PhD in Finance and MSc in Research Methods from The Open University, UK.
I undertook my CA training with a small firm, Nelson Gilmour Smith & Co. and was admitted to membership in1992. Subsequently I undertook a Master of Education at University of Strathclyde. With family commitments, I am now only a part-time member of staff.
A Reader in Economics, Jim’s current research is in the areas of Scottish economics performance and the gender impact of recession and recovery
Sara Cantillon is Professor of Gender and Economics at the GCU Glasgow School for Business and Society and Director of the WiSE Centre for Economic Justice
A member of staff at Glasgow Caledonian University for over 30 years, Dr Cooper specialises in quantitative financial economics and has published extensively in a broad array of journals.
Dr Crosbie's teaching and research interests are in the areas of international business policy and strategic marketing.
Kazem Falahati, PhD, FCMA, CGMA is the Senior Lecturer in Financial Management in Glasgow School for Business and Society.
Umut Korkut is Professor of International Politics at Glasgow School for Business and Society at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Alison teaches Financial Accounting and Corporate Reporting on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Wendy Mazzucco is a lecturer within the Department of Law, Economics, Accountancy and Risk.
Joined academia after qualifying as a Scottish Chartered Accountant in 1984. Primary focus of teaching and research is within management accounting.
Leaza is an economist and economics lecture with research expertise in regional economic development (particularly EU Cohesion policy) and labour market issues (social inclusion and wage inequality).
Shahid Nawaz Shahid has been an academic since 1993.
Patrick is a qualified solicitor. His current academic interests relate particularly to pension policy and reform, the nature of risk in financial services, and the position of the consumer in retail financial services.
Emily Thomson has undertaken extensive research into gender-based occupational segregation and the Scottish Modern Apprenticeship programme.
Siobhan White specialises in the subject areas of public sector accounting, public sector financial management, accounting in the voluntary sector and public sector auditing, having previous work experience as a government auditor.
Research interests include fields of credit ratings, country’s financial orientation, financial regulation, capital structure, market discipline and deposit insurance