Nevine El Tawy


Contact Details

Room: ESGW 104h
Brunel University London
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1895 265486


Nevine El Tawy (B.Sc., M.Sc, PhD) is a lecturer in Accounting at Brunel Business School, Brunel University (UK). She has been a Visiting Lecturer at several Universities in UK. Before joining Brunel University, she worked as an assistant lecturer at Alexandria University, Egypt. She has published in leading journals and international conferences in the areas of Financial Accounting, Business, and Social Research.

Teaching and Research


Financial Accounting
Management accounting
Issues and controversies in accounting
Quantitative methods in Business and Management

Research Interests

  • Financial Accounting
  • Management Accounting
  • Accounting Theory
  • Qualitative Accounting Research Methods
  • Quantitative Accounting Research Methods

Research Centres

Accounting and Auditing Research Centre (AARC)


Journal Papers

(2013)  El-Tawy, N. , Tollington, T. , El-Tawy, N.  and Tollington, T. , Some thoughts on the recognition of assets, notably in respect of intangible assets, Accounting Forum 37 (1)  : 67- 80

(2012)  El Tawy, N.  and Tollington, T. , Intellectual capital: Literature review, International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital 9 (3)  : 241- 259

(2012)  El Tawy, NAH.  and Abdel-Kader, M. , Accounting recognition of information as an asset, Journal of Information Science 1- 13

(2010)  Tollington, T.  and El Tawy, N. , Exploring the HRM/accounting interface on human assets: The case for artefact-based asset recognition criteria, Journal of Human Resource Costing and Accounting Information 14 (1)  : 28- 47

(2010)  El-Tawy, N.  and Tollington, T. , Applying artefact-based criteria to the recognition of "organisational" assets, Journal of Intellectual Capital 11 (4)  : 451- 480

(2008)  El-Tawy, N.  and Tollington, T. , The recognition and measurement of brand assets: an exploration of the accounting/marketing interface, Journal of Marketing Management 24 (7-8)  : 711- 731

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