Dr Matt Bamber

Dr Matt Bamber

Dr Matt Bamber
Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

G.13, 15-19 Tyndalls Park Road,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
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Telephone Number (0117) 39 41477

Department of Accounting and Finance


Matt's research interests include corporate disclosure policy, regulation and strategy. His current research focuses on financial instruments disclosures specifically and the interplay between full, partial and non-compliance with requirements and the interpretation of any breaches. Matt also has a number of projects on-going investigating other disclosure issues both in a mandatory disclosure environment and a voluntary one.


ACCG10052: Introduction to Accounting
ECON30072: International Finance
ECONM1007: MSc Finance and Accounting
ECONM2027: MSc Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation

Fields of interest

Corporate disclosure policy, Regulation, Strategy

Latest publications

  1. Bamber, M, 2015, ‘The impact on stakeholder confidence of increased transparency in the examination assessment process’. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, vol 40., pp. 471-487
  2. Bamber, MA & Parry, S, 2015, ‘A study of the employment of denial during a complex and unstable crisis involving multiple actors’. Journal of Business Communication.
  3. Bamber, M & McMeeking, K, 2015, ‘An examination of international accounting standard-setting due process and the implications for legitimacy’. British Accounting Review.
  4. Bamber, MA, 2014, ‘What motivates Chinese women to study in the UK and how do they perceive their experience?’. Higher Education, vol 68., pp. 47-68
  5. Bamber, M & Parry, S, 2014, ‘Accounting and Finance for Managers: A Decision-Making Approach’. Kogan Page
  6. Bamber, M & McMeeking, K, 2010, ‘An examination of voluntary financial instruments disclosures in excess of mandatory requirements by UK FTSE 100 non-financial firms’. Journal of Applied Accounting Research, vol 11., pp. 133 - 153
  7. Parry, S & Bamber, M, 2010, ‘Feedforward as a formative process: the reaction of accounting students’. Practitioner Research in Higher Education, vol 4., pp. 62 - 72
  8. Johnson, S & Bamber, M, 2007, ‘Economic Value Added’. Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

Full publications list in the University of Bristol publications system

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