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Dr Grigorios Theodosopoulos
Divisional Lead / Reader - Accounting and Finance


Grigorios is a Reader (Associate Professor) in accounting and a member of the Accounting and Auditing Research Group at Brunel Business School since 2012. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a Certified Management & Business Educator by the Chartered Association of Business Schools, and has been a member of a number of leading national and international organisations promoting research and scholarship in the field. Examples of these include the European Accounting Association, the British Accounting and Finance Association, and the Voluntary Sector Studies Network. In addition to his exposure in diverse educational systems, through studying in three different countries, UK, Finland, and Greece, Grigorios has broad working experience in accounting, commercial auditing, and management within a range of organisational and cultural settings.

During his service as an educator Grigorios has held a number of senior leadership roles including that of the the school’s Director of Student Academic Misconduct, Director of Teaching and Learning, and the Director of Undergraduate Studies. He is currently serving as the Division Lead of the school's Business Accounting Division. As part of his active engagement in upholding and advancing higher education standards across the sector, Grigorios has served as External Examiner in a number of universities with his most recent appointments being with Cranfield University and the University of Hertfordshire. Having a keen interest in advancing pedagogy practice via research, he has published and presented his work in a number of subject specific and generalist conferences and fora.

Grigorios has developed a strong background in accounting for business models research, through relevant publications in highly regarded journals and through the dissemination of his work in a number of leading national and international conferences. His research interests also include work on the role of disruptive technologies in accounting and finance, the links between entrepreneurship and education, sustainability, and forensic accounting.

His teaching interests include: contemporary issues in accounting research, financial reporting and analysis, introductory and not-for-specialists accounting, creative accounting and forensic accounting.




Division Lead (Business Accounting)

Newest selected publications

Theodosopoulos, G. and Utham, V. (2021) 'Facing up to the challenges of Covid-19 on teaching and learning practice: Use of online debates to enhance engagement and foster authentic learning and assessment'.CABS Learning Teaching & Student Experience Conference. Online. 29 - 30 June.Open Access Link

Conference paper

Ferri, L., Spanò, R., Ginesti, G. and Theodosopoulos, G. (2020) 'Ascertaining auditors’ intentions to use blockchain technology: evidence from the Big 4 accountancy firms in Italy'. Meditari Accountancy Research, 28 (5). pp. 1063 - 1087. ISSN: 2049-372X

Journal article

Haslam, C., Tsitsianis, N., Theodosopoulos, G. and Lee, E. (2017) 'Accounting for voluntary hospices in England: A business model perspective'. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 54. pp. 27 - 40. ISSN: 1045-2354 Open Access Link

Journal article

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 March.Open Access Link

Conference paper

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 May.Open Access Link

Conference paper
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