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Profiles

Lindsey Lindley

Associate Lecturer

Plymouth Graduate School of Management & Plymouth Business School (HP) (Faculty of Business (HP))

Role

My substantive role is Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance, a post that I have held for seventeen years. I am currently Professor of Accounting, prior to that Head of Economics, Finance and Accounting, having previously been  seconded to work with the Dean (Special Projects) on a number of process and systems review projects for the University. Before that I held the position of Associate Dean and Head of the Graduate Business School.

Qualifications

I graduated from University of London, Royal Holloway College, in 1973 with a BSc in Mathematics, Statistics and Computing, quickly following this with a postgraduate certificate in education from University of London Garnett College, one of only four University colleges specialising in teaching programmes for FE and HE lecturers.

A change of direction led me into the business world, first qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 1978 and then moving to UCL Plc as financial accountant and financial systems support consultant.

I returned to higher education in 1986, joining Polytechnic South West in 1988.

Professional membership

I have been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales since 1978.

Roles on external bodies

Member of the Association of Business Schools Postgraduate Steering Group

Teaching interests

My teaching interests include financial management and management accounting, financial decision support and planning systems and knowledge management.

Staff serving as external examiners

Recent external examinerships include De Montfort University, Middlesex University and Southampton Institute

Research interests

My research interests include developments in HE financial management systems and processes, systems support for financial decision making and human tutor emulation in the teaching of introductory accounting.

Grants & contracts

1993-1996 HEFCE funded TLTP Phase 2, Byzantium Project, £960,000

1993 United Distillers, Managing for the Nineties, £1,500

Various learning and teaching small grants

Examples of full texts:

1998 Interactive Accounting (with S Grant and A Cook), Blackwells, 404 pps, ISBN 0 631 20750 3

1997 Issues in Accounting and Finance (joint editor with Dr P Atrill) Ashgate Publishing ISBN

1995 Partnership and Accounting Issues, 3rd edition, (sole author), Certified Accountants Educational Projects Limited, 300pps

1994 Managing Finance (sole author), The Open College, 200pps

1993 Partnership and Accounting Issues, 3rd edition, (sole author), Certified Accountants Educational Projects Limited, 350pps

1993 Management Accounting Case Study, Pevensey Potteries, with lecturer guide, The Open Learning Foundation

1992 Accounting for Business Case Study, Sharpe Marketing Services, with lecturer guide, The Open Learning Foundation

1992 Advanced Accounting Practice (with Dr P Atrill, Dr D Harvey and Mr E McLaney), The Chartered Association of Certified Accountants and The Open College,1200 pps

1990 Accounting in Business, 6th edition (with Professor R J Bull and Dr D Harvey), Butterworths, 540 pps ISBN 0 406 50056 8

1989 Accounting (with Dr P Atrill, Dr D Harvey and Mr E McLaney), The Chartered Association of Certified Accountants and The Open College,500 pps