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Dr Philip Dunn

Status : IMJ Editorial Advisory Board
     
Institution/Organisation : Yorkshire Coast College
Occupation : Lecturer and freelance writer / consultant
Country : United Kingdom
     
Registered : 27/01/2004

Dr Philip E Dunn has been involved in the training of Accountants and Accounting Technicians for over 30 years.

He is an international author of accounting and managerial finance papers and has published over 575 articles, papers and case studies in journals in the UK, US, Canada, South Africa, Russia, Latvia, China and India.

He is an editor of Accountingweb's Business Management Zone, the editor of Financier, a journal for accountancy students in Russia and Latvia and the editor of the International Journal of Applied Finance for Non-Financial Managers.

He has recently published a series of Case Studies based on an SME and these can be accessed on-line: http://www.accountingweb.co.uk/dunn/index.html

He has also contributed significantly to development of http://www.accountingtechnician.co.uk/ and its on-line studyzone.

Dunn has a keen interest in a Conceptual Framework for Accounting with a Global focus and looks with enthusiasm to the revision and development of International Accounting Standards and their impact on Global Financial Reporting. He also has a firm commitment to developing CPD programmes in Managerial Finance for the Non-Financial Manager.

He is a director of The European School of Strategic Management, Riga, Latvia.

He is a Fellow of the Association of International Accountants, a Fellow of the Association of Accounting Technicians, a Member of both the Chartered Management Institute and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.He has also been awarded Honorary Fellowship of the Registered Public Accountants' Association of Alberta and is a member of the British Accounting Association.

Articles by Dr Philip Dunn:

Value Added and the Value Added Scoreboard
Shareholder Ratios
Financial Performance Indicators
Coverdrive Ltd : Performance Reporting to the Board
ABC – Activity Based Costing