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Biography

Professor Neil Marriott was appointed as Deputy Vice-Chancellor in January 2013. He previously held the position of Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Business Development) and Dean of the Faculty of Business, Law and Sport at the University of Winchester and Director of Winchester Business School.

Before joining Winchester, Neil was the Associate Dean of the Business School at the University of South Wales where he was Professor of Accounting and Finance.

Professor Marriott is the Editor in Chief of International Journal of Management Education and Associate Editor of The British Accounting Review. He was Chair of the British Accounting and Finance Association for two years and Chair of their Special Interest Group in Accounting Education for 13 years.

Higher Education Teaching Qualification

Fellowship (FHEA)
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Areas of expertise

Within the University, Professor Neil Marriott is responsible for:

  • ​Careers Service​
  • Continuous Improvement ​
  • Estates and Facilities Services​
  • Internationalisation​
  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Business, Law and Sport
  • Finance and Planning
  • Registry

Publications

EDITED BOOKS/JOURNALS

  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 10 (1), 2012
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 10 (2), 2012
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 10 (3), 2012
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 11 (1), 2013
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 11 (2), 2013
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 11 (3), 2013
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 12 (1), 2014
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 12 (2), 2014
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 12 (3), 2014
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 13 (1), 2015
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 13 (2), 2015
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 13 (3), 2015
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 14 (1), 2016
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 14 (2), 2016
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 14 (3), 2016
  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 15 (1), 2017

 

  • International Journal of Management Education, Volume 15 (2), 2017

 

OFFICIAL REPORTS

  • “The Research - Teaching Sans Nexus in Accounting and Finance” (with Duff, A.), A research report for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, April 2012, 82 pages, ISBN 978-1-904574-84-2.

  • “Teaching-Research Nexus: Myth or Reality” (with Hancock, P. and Duff, A.) A research monograph for the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, July, 2015, ISBN 978-0-9943697-0-3

ACADEMIC JOURNAL PAPERS

  • “Publishing characteristics, geographic dispersion and research traditions of recent international accounting education research” (with T. Fogarty, A. Sangster and G. Stoner) British Accounting Review, 46, (3), 2014, pp. 264-28.
  • “The Impact of Accounting Education Research” (with T. Fogarty, A. Sangster and G. Stoner) Accounting Education: An International Journal, 24, (5), 2015, pp. 423–444.

 

  • “Experiential Learning – A Case Study of the Use of Computerised Stock Market Trading Simulation in Finance Education”, (with S.M. Tan and P. Marriott) Accounting Education: An International Journal, 24, (6), 2015, pp. 480-497.

  • The Faculty Research and Student Learning Nexus Paradigm: the development of a discipline-based scale (with A. Duff). Studies in Higher Education, 42, (12), 2017, pp 2406-2420.

  •  Research–teaching yin–yang? An empirical study of accounting and finance academics in Australia and New Zealand (with A. Duff and P. Hancock) Accounting and Finance (2017) pp. 1–33.

 

  •  “The teaching-research gestalt in accounting: A cluster analytic approach.” (with A. Duff). British Accounting Review, Volume 49, Issue 4, July 2017, pp. 413-428.
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