Bangor Business School

Bangor University

Accounting, Banking, Economics, Finance, Management Studies

Research areas: accounting and finance with specialisations in: impression management; corporate narrative reporting; corporate social and environmental reporting; organisational legitimacy; international financial reporting; earnings quality; accounting policy choice; earnings management; international cross listings; accounting history; asset pricing; monetary policy. Banking with specialisations in: credit risk and credit ratings; market microstructure; investment management; risk; depositary institutions; appropriation of computer technology; Islamic banking and finance; corporate finance; real estate finance; international banking; banking and development; financial exclusion; emerging markets; European sovereign debt crisis; regulation. Economics with specialisations in: financial economics; development economics; game theory; political economy; behavioural economics; macroeconomic modelling; micro-econometrics; public economics; international trade; banking markets. Business and management studies with specialisations in: business history; human resource development; marketing; employee voice; employment relations; employment regulation; impact of change; strategic information systems; e-business; e-marketing; data protection; communication; knowledge transfer/management; organisational management.

Entry requirements

For PhD: Master's degree in a relevant subject; normally, a distinction in the Master's degree is a requirement; for MPhil: 1st or 2.1 degree in a relevant subject, such as economics, finance, accounting, business or management.


Qualification Study mode Fee Course duration
MPhil Full-time - 2 years
PhD Full-time - 3 years

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Bangor Campus Bangor (Wales) LL57 2DG Wales

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