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Nick Paisey teaches courses in financial reporting, auditing and accounting theory.  His research interests are the accountancy profession, accounting history, ethics and accounting education. He was previously Senior Lecturer in Accounting at The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and has worked for KPMG and Total Oil plc. He holds a BA (Hons) (Leeds) in Philosophy and History of Scientific Thought, MEd in Higher Education (with distinction) (Aberdeen), is a trained secondary teacher and a professionally qualified accountant (member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland).

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Entry into the accountancy profession: The effect of deprivation and social class on social mobility at Big 4 and non-Big 4 firms

Paisey, N. J., Paisey, C., Tarbert, H. & Wu, B. . H. T. 22 Mar 2016

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