Dr. Nobert Osemeke is a Senior Lecturer in Financial Accounting at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. He joined Liverpool Business School in January 2017. Prior to that, he was a Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at INTO London World Education Centre, London, and Teesside University Business School, Middlesbrough, UK. He holds a PhD in Culture and Corporate Governance from Teesside University Business School, UK.
The title of his PhD thesis is ‘the effect of culture on corporate governance structure and the effect of corporate governance on firms’ performance’. His research focuses on culture, corporate governance and auditors’ independence.
Nobert teaches Business Mathematics, Strategic Financial Management, Forensic Accounting, Financial Accounting and Corporate Governance.
Teesside University Business School, United Kingdom, PhD Culture and Corporate Governance
University of East London, London, United Kingdom, MSc Financial Management
Delta State University, Nigeria, BSc Accounting
ACCA, United Kingdom, Advance Diploma in Accounting and Business
Higher Education Academy, York, United Kingdom, Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
Osemeke N, Osemeke L. The Role of Ethnic Directors in Corporate Social Responsibility: Does Culture matter? The Cultural Trait Theory Perspectives International Journal of Disclosure and Governance, DOI Public Url
Osemeke N, Osemeke L, Okere RO. The Role of Board in Corporate Social Responsibility: A Normative Compliance Perspective Corporate Ownership and Control, Public Url
Osemeke N, Nzekwu D, Okere RO. The Challenges Affecting Tax Collection in Nigerian Informal Economy: Case Study of Anambra State Journal of Accounting and Taxation, Public Url
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Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (FHEA), The Higher Education Academy.