Dr. Haynes

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Dr. Katheryn Haynes holds the position of Professor of Accounting & Finance. She holds a Ph.D. in Accounting from the School of Management of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and an MA in Accounting & Finance from Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. She also holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from King’s College of the University of London and a BA Honours English from Queen Mary College, University of London, UK.

Dr. Haynes also holds the position of Visiting Scholar at the Center of Professional Integrity & Accountability at Portland State University and is the Northern Society Chair in Accounting & Finance at Newcastle University Business School, UK. Dr. Haynes is an accomplished academic with many peer reviewed articles, books and book chapters to her name. She has been involved with several doctoral dissertations in varying capacities of supervisor, internal and external examiner. Dr. Haynes is also an active reviewer and editor of several academic journals. Her academic focus lies in accounting and finance with particular attention to the role of gender.

Academic Positions Held
  • Professor of Accounting & Finance, UGSM-Monarch Business School, Switzerland
  • Visiting Scholar, Center of Professional Integrity & Accountability, Portland State University
  • Northern Society Chair in Accounting & Finance, Newcastle University Business School, UK
Academic Positions Held In The Past
  • Reader in Accounting, Aston Business School, University of Aston, UK
  • Senior Lecturer in Accounting, University of York, UK
  • Head of Undergraduate Programs, University of York, UK (2001-2007)
  • Chair Departmental Board of Examiners, University of York, UK
  • Lecturer Finance & Accounting, College of York St. John, York St. John University, UK
  • Member of the Senate, University of Aston, UK
Academic Credentials
  • Ph.D. Accounting, School of Management, University of St, Andrews, Scotland
  • MA Finance & Accounting (Merit), Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
  • Postgraduate Certificate Education Distinction, King’s College, University of London, UK
  • BA Hons. English, Queen Mary College, University of London, UK
Professional Qualifications
  • Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA), Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW)
Awards And Honors
  • Examiner for undergraduate accounting programmes, Sheffield University Management School, UK
  • Member of External Validation Panel for DBA in Sustainability, Glamorgan Business School, University of Glamorgan, Wales
Main Academic Interests
  • Finance & Accounting
  • Gender, Work & Professional Services
  • CSR & Sustainability
  • Organizational Research
  • Research Methodology
Professional Positions Held In The Past
  • Internal Auditor, British Academy of Management, UK
  • Chartered Accountant in Practice for 8 Years
Associations And Memberships
  • Member, ACBSP-Accreditation Council For Business Schools & Programs, USA
  • Member, ECBE-European Council For Business Education, Switzerland
  • Member, British Academy of Management, UK
  • Reviewer, Accounting, Organizations and Society Journal
  • Reviewer, Critical Perspective on Accounting Journal
  • Reviewer, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal
  • Associate-Editor, Gender, Work and Organization Journal
Doctoral Supervisions Underway
  • Ashong-Katai, Francis, ” The behavioral and performance consequences of new Performance Measurement Systems “, UGSM-Monarch Business School Switzerland
  • Thomas Cuckston, “Accounting for Nature: A Finitist Perspective on Rainforest Conservation”, Newcastle University Business School, UK
Doctoral Dissertation Supervisions/Committees/Examinations
  • Walter Mkumbuzi, “The Influence of Intellectual Capital Investment, Risk, Industry Membership
    and Corporate Governance on the Voluntary Disclosure of Intellectual Capital by UK Listed Companies”, Second supervisor with Prof. Steven Toms, University of York
  • Jennifer Rosenweig, “Feminine Courage: A Heroine’s Journey”, External examiner, Ashridge University
  • Jenna Ward, “Managing Emotions: An Inquiry into some Psychological and Sociological aspects of Affect and Emotion at work”, internal examiner, University of York
  • Sheetal Magdani, “The relationship between strong corporate culture and long term financial performance within KPMG LLP’s advisory divisions”, Aston Business School
  • Sung Wook Hur, “The Influence of Corporate Governance on Technology Innovation: Evidence from Korean Chaebol firms in the ICT industry”, Joint supervision with Prof. Josephine Maltby, University of York
  • Gloria Botchway, “The Role of regulation in Social and Environmental Reporting in the UK”, Joint supervision with Prof. Steven Toms, University of York
  • Vaughn White, “A study of the interrelationships between Corporate Strategy and Cost Accounting: A case Study – Rowntrees and Cadburys, a historical perspective 1919 – 39”, Joint supervision with Dr D. Higgins, University of York
Edited Books
  • Haynes, K. & Grugulis, I. (eds) (forthcoming 2012) “Managing Services: Challenges and Innovations”, Oxford University Press.
  • Dillard, J. Haynes, K. & Murray, A. (eds.) (forthcoming 2012) “Corporate Social Responsibility: A Research Handbook”, Abingdon, Routledge.
Book Chapters
  • Haynes, K. (2012) Reflexivity in “The Practice of Qualitative Organizational Research: Core Methods and Current Challenges”, Cassell, C. & Symon, G.(eds.) Sage.
  • Haynes, K. Gender & Diversity Challenges in Professional Services Firms in “Managing Services: Challenges and Innovations”, Haynes, K. & Grugulis, I. (eds) (forthcoming 2012), Oxford University Press.
Selected and Recent Publications
  • Haynes, K. (forthcoming)“Body Beautiful?: Gender, Work and the Body in Professional Services Firms” Gender, Work and Organization, for special issue on Professional Services Firms.
  • Haynes, K. (2011) “Tensions in (re)presenting the self in reflexive autobiographical research” Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, Vol. 6 No. 2, pp. 134 – 149.
  • Murray, A. Haynes, K. & Hudson, L.J. (2010) “Collaborating to achieve Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability?: Possibilities and Problems”, Sustainability, Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, Vol. 1: 2, pp. 161 – 177, Highly Commended Award Winner at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2011.
  • Haynes, K. (2010) “Other Lives in Accounting: Critical Reflections on Oral History Methodology in Action”, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Vol. 21: 3, pp. 221 – 231.
  • Haynes, K. (2008) “Power and politics in gender research: a research note from the discipline of accounting”, in Gender in Management: An International Journal. Vol. 23: 7, pp. 528 – 532.
  • Haynes, K. & Fearfull, A. (2008) “‘Real Business’?: Gendered Identities in Accounting Academia and the UK Management School”, Pacific Accounting Review. Vol. 20: 2, pp. 185 – 204.
  • Haynes, K. (2008) “Moving the Gender Agenda or Stirring Chicken’s Entrails: Where Next for Feminist Methodologies in Accounting?”, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal. Vol. 21: 4, pp. 539 – 555.
  • Haynes, K. (2008) “(Re)figuring Accounting and Maternal Bodies: the gendered embodiment of accounting professionals”, Accounting, Organizations and Society. Vol. 33: 4 – 5, pp. 328 – 348.
  • Haynes, K. (2008) “Transforming Identities: Accounting Professionals and the Transition to Motherhood”, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Vol. 19: 5, pp. 620 – 642.
  • Haynes, K. (2006) “A Therapeutic Journey?: Reflections on the Impact of research on researcher and participant”, Qualitative Research in Organisations and Management: An International Journal, Vol. 1: 3, pp. 204 – 221.
  • Haynes, K. (2006) ‘Linking Narrative and Identity Construction: Using Autobiography in Accounting Research’, Critical Perspectives on Accounting. Vol. 17:4, pp. 399 – 418.
Papers In Review Process
  • Haynes, K. “Sexual Symbolism as a gendering process: A Case Study of an Accounting Firm”, revise and resubmit to Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.
  • Haynes, K. & Murray, A. Accounting for Impact?: Accounting research engaging with business, practice and the profession revise & resubmit to Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.
Working Paper Series
  • Haynes, K. Transforming Identities: The Case of UK Accounting Professionals, ISSN 1743-4041.
  • Haynes, K. (Re)figuring Accounting and Maternal Bodies: the gendered embodiment of accounting professionals, ISSN 1743-4041.
  • Haynes, K. Other Lives in Accounting: Critical Reflections on Oral History Methodology in Action, ISSN 1743-4041.
  • Haynes, K. Moving the Gender Agenda or Stirring Chicken’s Entrails: Where Next for the Feminist Project in Accounting?, ISSN 1743-4041.
  • Haynes, K. & Fearfull, A. ‘Real Business’?: Gendered Identities in Accounting and Management Academia, ISSN 1743-4041.
Refereed Conference Papers
  • Haynes, K. & Kumra, S. Alternatives to the Partnership track: New Horizon or Dead End for female lawyers and accountants? Paper submitted to Academy of Management Conference 2012.
  • Haynes, K. & Murray, A. Accounting for Impact?: Accounting research engaging with business, practice and the profession presented at the Critical Perspectives on Accounting conference, Florida, July 2011.
  • Haynes, K. Body Beautiful? Gender, Work and the Body in Professional Services Firms presented at the Asian-Pacific Research on Accounting Conference (APIRA), University of Sydney, July 2010.
  • Haynes, K. Tensions in (re)presenting the self in reflexive autobiographical research presented at the Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 2010.
  • Murray, A. Haynes, K. & Hudson, L. Collaborating to achieve Corporate Social Responsibility?: Possibilities and Problem presented at the Sustainable Business conference, Portland State University, November 2009.
  • Haynes, K. Murray, A. & Harper A. Sustainable Development Policy and Small Business Engagement – A Case Study of an Environmental Quality Mark presented at the British Academy of Management Conference, Brighton, September 2009.
  • Haynes, K. Reimag(in)ing the professional body in accounting and law: Lessons for the future from the past? presented at the British Academy of Management Conference, Brighton, September 2009.
  • Haynes, K. Sexual Symbolism as a gendering process: A Case Study of an Accounting Firm, presented at the British Accounting Association Conference, University of Dundee, April 2009.
  • Haynes, K. Sexuality, Sexual Symbolism and Organisational Culture: A Case Study of an Accounting Firm, presented at European Critical Accounting Symposium (ECAS) July 2007 and Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference, New York, April 2008.
  • Haynes, K. Other Lives in Accounting: Critical Reflections on Oral History Methodology in Action, presented at European Critical Accounting Symposium (ECAS) July 2006 and British Academy of Management Conference, September 2006.
  • Fearfull, A. and Haynes, K. Exploring OurSelves: Using autobiography to reflect upon identity and the management of the work/life interface, Managing Identities Conference, Lund University, May 2006.
  • Haynes, K. (Re)figuring Accounting and Maternal Bodies: the gendered embodiment of accounting professionals, presented at Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference, New York, April 2005.
  • Murray, A. and Haynes, K. A Study in Non-reciprocal Accountability: Paradoxes in the concept and delivery of free advice for all. The Case of the Citizens Advice Bureau. The Inter-Disciplinary CSR Research Conference, Non-Governmental Organisations and Accountability Stream, University of Nottingham, October 2004.
  • Haynes, K. Transforming Identities: The Case of UK Accounting Professionals, Asian Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting (APIRA) Conference, Singapore Management University, July 2004.
  • Haynes, K. Using Autobiography in Accounting Research, European Accounting Association Conference, April 2003, Seville.
    Reedy, P. and Haynes, K. I Did It My Way: Stories of Professional and Managerial Identity, 18th Colloquium of the European Group for Organisational Studies, University of Navarra, July 2002, Barcelona.
  • Haynes, K. (Sm)othering the Self: An Analysis of the Politics of Professional and Mothering Identities of Accountants in the UK, Critical Perspectives on Accounting Conference, April 2002, New York.