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Sujana Shafique

Contact Details
Sujana Shafique

Senior Lecturer

Leeds Business School

0113 81 24680

About Sujana Shafique

Sujana Shafique, Senior lecturer in accounting in Leeds business School.

After completing BBA and MBA majoring in Finance, Sujana worked in the industry as Finance Manager for a number of years. During this time, she also has completed professional accounting qualification (ACCA).

She then moved to academia and joined at Leeds Beckett University as a Senior Lecturer in Accounting. She also taught at University of York and Sheffield Hallam University as Associate Lecturer. Sujana also has experience of overseas teaching and taught in India and China. She has been involved in various administrative roles along with her teaching and research. She has been working as module Leader- Accounting and Finance for Managers (UG) and Course leader- MSc Accounting and Finance both FT and PT. She also worked as Deputy Course Leader – BA International Business.

Sujana is a member of the widening Participation in HE committee and subject group representative in Leeds Business School academic committee.

Current Teaching

Sujana has taught a number of modules including Introduction to Financial accounting, Management accounting, IT for Accountants, Corporate finance and law, Corporate strategy and Managing work place diversity.

Currently she is teaching:

  • Accounting and Finance for Managers.
  • Financial Management.
  • Skills for accountants.

Research Interests

Sujana has been active in research and currently working towards her PhD. Her research interest revolves around CSR and institutions, gender and feminism and other topics in accounting and finance.

She regularly presents her research works in major conferences such as BAM. She has already published her work in ABS 3 ranked journal and several others are under review in various internationally reputed journals.

Selected Publications

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