Professor Mark Clatworthy

Professor Mark Clatworthy

Professor Mark Clatworthy
Head of Department of Accounting and Finance & Professor of Accounting

2.01, 15-19 Tyndalls Park Road,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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Telephone Number (0117) 39 41479

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Personal profile

Mark Clatworthy is Professor of Accounting and Head of the Department of Accounting and Finance.

His research examines the use of accounting information in captial markets.

He is a joint editor of Accounting and Business Research and he teaches financial reporting aat undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Research

Mark's research interests lie in the field of financial reporting, including the links between accounting information and capital markets and audit markets.

Teaching

EFIM30033 Advanced Financial Reporting

EFIMM0034 Advanced Financial Reporting

 




Latest publications

  1. Clatworthy, M & Peel, MJ, 2016, ‘The timeliness of UK private company financial reporting: Regulatory and economic influences’. British Accounting Review, vol 48., pp. 297-315
  2. Cascino, S, Clatworthy, M, Osma, BG, Gassen, J, Imam, S & Jeanjean, T, 2016, ‘Professional Investors and the Decision Usefulness of Financial Reporting’. Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG)
  3. Cascino, S, Clatworthy, M, Osma, BG, Gassen, J, Imam, S & Jeanjean, T, 2016, ‘Different Strokes for Different Objectives’. CA Magazine, vol February. Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG), pp. 48-49
  4. Cascino, S, Clatworthy, M, Osma, BG, Gassen, J, Imam, S & Jeanjean, T, 2014, ‘Who Uses Financial Reports and for What Purpose?: Evidence from Capital Providers’. Accounting in Europe, vol 11., pp. 185-209
  5. Baylis, R & Clatworthy, MA, 2014, ‘Competition in the Market for Audit Services’. in: Carey Cooper (eds) Wiley Encyclopedia of Management: 3rd Edition. Chichester: John Wiley
  6. Clatworthy, M, 2014, ‘Book review: Financial Statement Fraud Casebook: Baking the Ledgers and Cooking the Books’. Accounting in Europe, vol 11., pp. 139-141
  7. Beynon, M & Clatworthy, MA, 2013, ‘A Fuzzy Based Approach to Residual Income Valuation’. Review of Quantitative Finance & Accounting, vol 40., pp. 675-690
  8. Clatworthy, MA & Peel, M, 2013, ‘The Impact of Voluntary Audit and Governance Characteristics on Accounting Errors in Private Companies’. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, vol 32., pp. 1-25
  9. Cascino, S, Clatworthy, MA, Osma, BG, Gassen, J, Imam, S & Jeanjean, T, 2013, ‘Different Perspectives’. CA Magazine, vol 117., pp. 42-43
  10. Cascino, S, Clatworthy, MA, Osma, BG, Gassen, J, Imam, S & Jeanjean, T, 2013, ‘The Use of Information by Capital Providers: Academic Literature Review ’. Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG)
  11. Clatworthy, MA, Pong, C & Wong, W, 2012, ‘Auditor Quality Effects on the Relationship between Accruals, Cash Flows and Equity Returns: A Variance Decomposition Analysis’. Accounting and Business Research., pp. 419-440
  12. Clatworthy, MA & Baylis, R, 2012, ‘Fair Value Reporting’. Accountancy, vol May.
  13. Clatworthy, MA, Peel, D & Pope, P, 2012, ‘Are Analysts’ Loss Functions Asymmetric?’. Journal of Forecasting, vol 31., pp. 736-756
  14. Clatworthy, MA, Makepeace, G & Peel, M, 2009, ‘Selection Bias and the Big Four Premium: New evidence using Heckman and Matching Models’. Accounting and Business Research, vol 39., pp. 139-166
  15. Clatworthy, MA, Mellett, H & Peel, M, 2008, ‘Changes in NHS Trust Audit and non Audit Fees’. Public Money and Management, vol 28., pp. 199-205
  16. Clatworthy, MA & Jones, MJ, 2008, ‘Overseas equity analysis by UK analysts and fund managers’. The British Accounting Review, vol 40., pp. 337 - 355
  17. Clatworthy, MA & Peel, M, 2007, ‘The Effect of Corporate Status on External Audit Fees: Evidence from the UK’. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, vol 34., pp. 169-201
  18. Clatworthy, MA, Peel, D & Pope, P, 2007, ‘Evaluating the Properties of Analysts’ Forecasts: A Bootstrap Approach’. The British Accounting Review., pp. 3-13
  19. Clatworthy, MA & Jones, MJ, 2006, ‘Differential Financial Reporting Patterns in Accounting Narratives: Evidence from Profitable and Unprofitable Companies’. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, vol 19., pp. 493-511
  20. Clatworthy, MA, 2005, ‘Transnational Equity Analysis’. Chichester: John Wiley
  21. Beynon, M, Clatworthy, MA & Jones, MJ, 2004, ‘The Prediction of Profitability Using Accounting Narratives: A Variable Precision Rough Sets Approach’. Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management, vol 12., pp. 227-242
  22. Clatworthy, MA & Jones, MJ, 2003, ‘Financial Reporting of Good News and Bad News: Evidence from Accounting Narratives’. Accounting and Business Research, vol 33., pp. 171-185
  23. Clatworthy, MA, Mellett, H & Peel, M, 2002, ‘The Market for Audit Services in the Public Sector: An Empirical Analysis of NHS Trusts’. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting., pp. 1399-1440
  24. Clatworthy, MA & Jones, MJ, 2001, ‘The Effect of Thematic Structure on the Variability of Annual Report Readability’. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, vol 14., pp. 311
  25. Peel, M & Clatworthy, MA, 2001, ‘The Relationship Between Governance Structure and Audit Fees Pre-Cadbury: Some Empirical Findings’. Corporate Governance: An International Review, vol 9., pp. 286-297
  26. Clatworthy, MA, Mellett, H & Peel, M, 2000, ‘Corporate Governance Under ‘New Public Management’ – An Exemplification’. Corporate Governance: An International Review, vol 8., pp. 166-176

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