My passion for the business world and the people behind it lies at the heart of my professional activities. I am a Lecturer in Accounting at Norwich Business School and also an alumnus of University of East Anglia. Previously I worked as an associate tutor teaching students at UEA London and I was a lecturer in Business Studies at a business college in Romania. I also worked in public administration as an inspector in the European Affairs General Directorate within Constanta County Council, Romania, looking after budgetary requirements in a range of national and international projects. My work experience extends further in commercial banking where I worked as a credit analyst for business clients at Societe Generale and in the healthcare sector where I worked for Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

My academic background includes a first class Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Accounting and Finance from University of East Anglia, a Master of Science degree in Business Management from University of East Anglia and a PhD in Accounting and Audit from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, Romania.

I have a particular interest in the behavioural aspects of accounting and audit. Professional judgement and the decision-making process in an accounting context are at the centre of my research activities. The way accountants and auditors use professional judgement and make decisions involving various degrees of risk are investigated in my research where I concentrate on the personal factors which might influence the decision-makers' professional judgement.

Surgery hours: Monday 12.00 - 14.00 (term time)

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