SummaryI am a Lecturer in Accounting at Brunel Business School. I have started my academic career directly after my Bachelor (Hon) degree as an Associate Lecturer (Teaching and Research) in Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt. Thereafter, I joined Brunel Business School for my PhD studies. During my PhD journey, I worked as a part time lecturer at Brunel Business School and Middlesex Business School. I then became a full time lecturer at Brunel Business School. At Brunel University I have completed my Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education and I have become a fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. I am also a member of the European Accounting Association. Additionally, I have published in leading journals and international conferences in the areas of Financial Accounting, Business, and Social Research.
Newest selected publications
Eltawy, N., El Tawy, NAH. and Gallear, D. (2018) 'Will integrated reporting ‘recognise the unrecognisable’?'.14TH INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON INTANGIBLES AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL VALUE CREATION, INTEGRATED REPORTING AND GOVERNANCE. MUNICH, GERMANY. [unpublished]
El Tawy, N. and Abdel-Kader, M. (2015) 'HIGHER EDUCATION CHALLENGES: ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE ACADEMIA IN A RESEARCH-LED TEACHING UNIVERSITIES.'.European Accounting Association Annual Congress 2015. Glasgow, UK. 28 - 30 April. [unpublished]
El-Tawy, N. and Tollington, T. (2013) 'Some thoughts on the recognition of assets, notably in respect of intangible assets'. Accounting Forum, 37 (1). pp. 67 - 80. ISSN: 0155-9982
El Tawy, NAH. and Abdel-Kader, M. (2012) 'Accounting recognition of information as an asset'. Journal of Information Science, 39 (3). pp. 1 - 13. ISSN: 0165-5515
El Tawy, NAH. and Abdel-Kader. (2012) 'Revisiting The Role Of The Grounded Theory Research Methodology In The Accounting Information Systems'.European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS 12). Munich, Germany. 7 - 8 June.Open Access Link