Dr Rumbi Mukonoweshuro
Lecturer in Accounting
Plymouth Graduate School of Management & Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)
I have expertise and experience in Higher Education and over the years I have been developing, designing and leading very successfully both very large and smaller sized modules within the Plymouth Business School. My successful collaborations with colleagues from the Plymouth University's Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry and School of Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Environment), enables our strong research team to produce significant ground-breaking research for Health systems (NHS) in the UK. I am a co-inventor of The Cost Carbon Calculator and I designed and wrote the methodology for creating the Cost Carbon Calculation Tool.
I have had a varied career working at The University of Plymouth, in industry at factories for Logic Office Group in Rotherham, at Delta Corporation and in industry - accountancy practice.
PhD (in Finance),
MBA (International Finance MBA),
BA (First Class Honours) Accounting and Finance Degree,
Diploma in Accountancy,
Diploma in Business Administration,
Qualified Chartered Manager of The Chartered Management Institute (CMI),
Fellow Member of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA),
Qualified Member of The Association of Business Executives, London and
PGCert in Higher Education, LTHE
Chartered Manager of The Chartered Management Institute
Member of the Association of Business Executives, London (MABE)
Member of Devon Chamber of Commerce
Fellow Member of the Higher Education Academy ( FHEA)
Work Based Learning
I am interested in all apects of corporate finance. Notably I have done work in the areas such as Dividend Policy, Sovereign Bond Yield Spreads and European Carbon Spot Prices.
I am also interested in research in USA Banking Corporations, Microfinance, CSR, Work Based Learning (Accounting Education), Sustainability and Health Systems Waste Management Research.
Richardson. J, Grose. J, Manzi. S, Mills. I, Moles. D. R, Mukonoweshuro. R, Nasser. M and Nichols. A, (2016) What's in a bin: A case study of dental clinical waste composition and potential greenhouse gas emission savings, British Dental Journal (2016), Volume 220, Number 2, 61-66, 22nd January 2016.
Nichols. A, Grose. J and Mukonoweshuro. R, (2016) Achieving cost and carbon savings in neonatal practice: A review of the literature on sustainable waste management, Journal of Neonatal Nursing (2016), Volume 22, Issue 2, 53-58, April 2016.
Manzi. S, Mukonoweshuro. R, Nichols. A, (2014) An evidence based computational programme for the simulation, estimation and reduction of health and social care waste. International Association People - Environmental Studies, 2014, 128-129 (conference abstract).
Mukonoweshuro, R. (2013), Identifying the key challenges faced by international accounting and finance students on a Worked Based Learning programme at a UK University and establishing the activities that will add value to the Work Based Learning programme, The International Journal of Business Strategy, June 2013.
Mukonoweshuro, R. (2013), Case Study: Successfully embedding the acquisition of entrepreneurial skills on a Work Based Learning Programme, through sustainable partnership with Frost charity organisation, Review of Business Research, June 2013.
Mukonoweshuro, R., Pointon, J., El-Masry, A. (2012), The behaviour of boom-period dividends of NYSE-listed banks within an optimal control theory framework, Journal of International Finance and Economics, Volume 12 , Number 3, Sept. 2012, p11.
Completed Research to be published:
Berghausen, S., Mukonoweshuro, R. (2017), The key determinates of the sovereign bond yield spreads during the European Debt Crisis. Target journal is, The European Journal of Business and Management.
Prohl, T. G., Mukonoweshuro, R. (2017), Determinates of the European carbon spot prices and an investigation into the presence of the weekday anomaly within the carbon spot prices in Europe. The target journal is, The European Business Review.
Zhu, L., El-Masry, A., Mukonoweshuro, R. (2017), Empirical analysis of LSE firm specific exchange rate risk. The target journal is, The Manchester School Journal, 2014 Issues.
Mukonoweshuro, R., Morris-Arkle, S., Ashby, S. (2011) More needs to be done if city is to attract much-needed private investment; Debate about Plymouth’s future, The Western Morning News, December 08, 2011.
Mukonoweshuro, R., Ashby, A.,(2013) Sustainability - A Focus for the Future of Plymouth; exploring how sustainability strives to keep asking the ‘big questions’ that are key to the future of Plymouth. Planed to be published in the Plymouth Herald or Western Morning News.
Mukonoweshuro. R, (2013), Identifying the key challenges faced by international accounting and finance students on a Worked Based Learning programme and way to minimise these challenges, (accepted for presentation) International Business conference , Bangkok June 2013.
Mukonoweshuro. R, (2013) Case Study: Successfully embedding the acquisition of entrepreneurial skills on a Work Based Learning Programme, through sustainable partnership with Frost Charity organisation, (accepted for presentation) International Business Conference, Bangkok June 2013.
Manzi. S, Mukonoweshuro. R and Nichols. A, (2014), An evidence based computational programme for the simulation, estimation and reduction of health and social care waste. International Association People - Environmental Studies Conference 2014, Romania, Timisoara, (accepted for presentation).
Grants & contracts
(2015) £10000, Research grant from Institute for Sustainability Solutions Research (ISSR) Small collaborative, Grant secured for collaborative work between Plymouth Business School, Faculty of Health and Human Science and School of Computing to build our invented Cost, Carbon Calculation Tool (CCCT), designed for professionals in Practice to establish the cost and carbon savings that can be made from recycling, reducing and reusing waste.
(2015) £1000, Research fund secured from Institute of Health and Community (IHC) pump research fund for writing the literature review for our sustainability research papers.
(2014) £9790, Research grant from Institute for Sustainability Solutions Research (ISSR) for carrying out the clinical waste audit in a dental practice to establish any potential cost and carbon savings that can be achieved.
(2013) £1800, Research funding secured in May 2013 from SGLP research group:This funding took-forward our NHS waste management research project.
(2010) £1000, Funding which enabled the Plymouth Business School students to have an effective impact in enhancing life in a deprived area of Plymouth:
I secured £1000 from The University of Plymouth’s Centre for Excellence in Professional Placement Learning (CEPPL).
Other academic activities
Reviewed the conference papers of the SWAG - BAA Conference 2006, Plymouth Business School, 8th September 2006