Bcom PhD Edin, PGCAP, FHEA
Dr. Bill Jackson is currently Deputy Dean of the University of Aberdeen Business School and Head of the Department of Accountancy, Finance and Real Estate.
Previously Bill had a position at Heriot-Watt University where he held positions as Head of Department of Accountancy, Economics and Finance, Director of Learning and Teaching, Director of Internationalisation and Deputy Head of the School of Social Science. Before that he held a teaching and research fellowship at the University of Edinburgh, from which institution he also was awarded a PhD.
Bill specialises in the teaching of management accounting and accounting history which he has delivered both in the UK and internationally.
Bill's research is mainly in the history and practice of accounting in public services, particularly health care. His research has been published in a range of international and world leading journals and has attracted prizes from leading journals. Major projects include Histories of Accounting and Health Care and Accounting for Social Impact, with the World Health Organisation as a current focus of interest.
Deputy Dean of Business School
Head of Department of Accountancy, Finance and Real Estate
Member of the Business School Executive Committee
Member of the School Internationalisation Committee
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Impact of hospital accreditation on quality improvement in healthcare: A systematic reviewPloS ONE, vol. 18, no. 12, pp. 1-20Contributions to Journals: Articles
Critical reflections of accounting and social impact (Part II)Critical Perspectives On Accounting, vol. 80, 102342Contributions to Journals: Editorials
Beautiful SWAN, or ugly duckling?: The attempt to reduce gender inequality by the Society of Women Accountants of NigeriaCritical Perspectives On Accounting, vol. 79, 102245Contributions to Journals: Articles
Critical reflections of accounting and social impact (Part I)Critical Perspectives On Accounting, vol. 79, 102341Contributions to Journals: Editorials
Working together to increase student satisfaction: exploring the effects of mode of study and fee statusStudies in Higher Education, vol. 43, no. 8, pp. 1392-1404Contributions to Journals: Articles
Accounting numbers and temporary organising: evidence from artist-funded record production projectsContributions to Conferences: Papers
Accountability, Ethics, and the Business WorldContemporary Issues in Social Accounting. Paterson, A., Yonekura, A., Jackson, W., Jubb, D. (eds.). Goodfellow, pp. 11-31, 21 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Contemporary Issues in Social AccountingContemporary Issues in Social Accounting. Paterson, A., Yonekura, A., Jackson, W., Jubb, D. (eds.). Goodfellow, pp. 1-10, 10 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters
Contemporary Issues in Social AccountingGoodfellow, OxfordBooks and Reports: Books
Tomorrow’s Accounting and Society’s FutureContemporary Issues in Social Accounting. Paterson, A., Yonekura, A., Jackson, W., Jubb, D. (eds.). Goodfellow, pp. 204-217, 14 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters