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David Yates is a Lecturer in Accounting as Aston Business School and has previously studied there as a PhD student, along with completion of postgraduate and undergraduate degrees at The University of Wales Aberystwyth. He has also held a number of roles within the private sector, and has experience of the finance function in telecommunications, retail, tourism, financial services and supply chain functions/sectors.
- Aston University (2018-Present) – Lecturer in Accounting
- Aston University (2016-2018) – Teaching Assistant
- New Look Retailers Ltd (2014) – Senior Finance Analyst
- Magic Memories (UK) Ltd (2013-2014) – Finance Manager
- Lifestyle Service Group (2010-2013) – Graduate Finance Analysist
- Aberystwyth University (2009-2010) – Teaching Fellow in Accounting
- Aberystwyth University (2009) - Seminar Tutor (Accounting and Finance)
- BSc (Wales) Accounting and Finance - 2008
- MSc (Wales) Accounting and Finance - 2010
- PgCert (Aston) Learning and Teaching in Higher Education - 2017
- PhD (Aston) The Role, Status and Accountability of UK Service Clubs: An exploratory study - 2018
- PgDip (Aston) Learining and Teaching in Higehereducation - (pending, expected award date: 2019)
- Accountability in Organisational Contexts
- Self and Accountability
- Yates, D., Gebreiter, F. & Lowe, A. (2019) The Internal Accountability Dynamic of UK Service Clubs: Towards (more) Intelligent Accountability? Accounting Forum, 43(1), 161-192.
- Gebreiter, F., Davies, M., Finley, S., Gee, L., Weaver, L., & Yates, D. (2018). From ‘rock stars’ to ‘hygiene factors’: Teachers at private accountancy tuition providers. Accounting History, 23(1–2), 138–150. https://doi.org/10.1177/1032373217729513
David welcomes PhD applications from candidates aiming to study charity accounting/accountability, NGO accounting/accountability and accountability in other organisational contexts.
Membership of Professional Bodies
- Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (ACMA CGMA)
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
David currently offers advice to both Rotary Interantional in Great Britain and Ireland (District 1060), and Lions Clubs International (Multiple District 105) on a pro bono basis. He welcomes the opportunity to assist membership organisations, charities and other civil society organisations in his role and via his research interests and expertise.
- BF1120 Introductory Accounting for Business
- BF1122 Foundations in Financial and Management Accounting
- BFM224 Management Accounting
Phone:(+44) 0121 204 3675
Room: ABS 418
Critical Dialogical Accountability: From Accounting-based Accountability to Accountability-based Accounting: Dillard, J. and Vinnari, E. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 2018, 62, pp. 16–38Yates, D., 16 Jan 2020, In : Social and Environmental Accountability Journal. 40, 1, p. 99-100 2 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Supervisor: Belal, A. R. (Supervisor), Lowe, A. D. (Supervisor) & Gebreiter, F. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy