Grigorios is a senior lecturer in accounting and member of the Accounting and Auditing Research Gentre at Brunel Business School. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, member of the British Accounting and Finance Association, member of the Voluntary Sector Studies Network and has broad working experience in accounting, commercial auditing, and management. His research focuses on the development and application of an accounting business models framework within voluntary sector organisations. His teaching interests include: contemporary issues in accounting research, financial reporting and analysis, and introductory accounting.
Director of Teaching and Learning
Newest selected publications
Haslam, C., Tsitsianis, N., Theodosopoulos, G. and Lee, E. (2017) 'Accounting for voluntary hospices in England: A business model perspective'. Critical Perspectives on Accounting. ISSN: 1045-2354
Theodosopoulos, G., Haslam, C., Riley, C., Katechos, G. and Tsitsianis, N. (2015) 'Ascertaining the impact of endogenous and exogenous factors on the performance of students taking non-specialist accounting courses'.British Accounting and Finance Association annual conference. Manchester. 23 - 25 MarchOpen Access Link
Theodosopoulos, G., Haslam, C. and Tsitsianis, N. (2014) 'Business models in health care: Accounting for the sustainability of palliative and end of life care provision by voluntary hospices' in England'.European Accounting Association Annual Congress. Tallinn-Estonia. 21 - 23 MayOpen Access Link
Theodosopoulos, G., Haslam, C., Riley, C. and Tsitsianis, N. (2014) 'Teaching Accounting and Finance to non-specialists: revealing the students' perspective on the learning experience'.British Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference. London. 14 - 16 AprilOpen Access Link
Andersson, T., Lee, E., Theodosopoulos, G., Yin, YP. and Haslam, C. (2014) 'Accounting for the financialized UK and US national business model'. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 25 (1).