Dr Shamima Haque
Dr Shamima Haque is a Senior Lecturer of Accounting at the business school of University of Aberdeen. Previously, she held position as a lecturer in Accountancy at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia. She completed her PhD from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University in 2012, with her thesis entitled “Climate change-related corporate governance disclosure practices: evidence from Australia”.
Shamima’s main research interests are in corporate social and environmental accounting and reporting, with a particular focus on climate-change issues and related accountability, corporate attitudes and reporting practices related to bribery, and human rights issues including labour rights. She has been prolific in her research output, with over 15 research publications since 2013, including high ranking journal articles and book chapters. Her research has been published in the Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Accounting and Business Research Journal, Financial Accountability and Management, Accounting Forum, Business and Politics, Public Money and Management Journal, Accounting Research Journal, and Australian Accounting Review. She teaches undergraduate and post graduate units including Introductory Accounting, Financial Accounting Issues, Corporate Gvernance and Ethics, and External Reporting Issues.
Shamima has been an active and senior (mentoring) level HDR supervisor, with 2 PhDs and 4 MPhils completion under her supervision since 2013. She is currently supervising 3 PhD students. She is the Director of Post-graduate Research in Accountancy. In 2014, she received an ECARD (Early Career Academic Research Development) grant and a prestigious Vice Chancellor’s Travel Fellowship grant at QUT to visit an overseas institution.
Shamima is an active member of the UoA Business School’s Athena Swan committee, as well as the Business School Research Committee. She is a Chartered Accountant (CAANZ).
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The impact of Covid-19 on women workers in the Bangladesh garment industryLondon: University of Aberdeen & Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre. 22 pagesBooks and Reports: Other Reports
Athena SWAN Gender Equality Plans and the Gendered Impact of COVID-19Gender, Work and OrganizationContributions to Journals: Articles
Tackling modern slavery: a sustainability accounting perspectiveFuturumContributions to Journals: Articles
Can the COP26 climate finance commitments mobilise the finance community?Non-textual Forms: Web Publications and Websites
Toward the Development of Post Covid-19 Gender Policy and Accountability Measures to End Modern Slavery in the Bangladeshi Garment Sector: A Policy Brief for the UK Government and StakeholdersUniversity of Aberdeen. 6 pagesBooks and Reports: Other Reports
Corporate disclosures on curbing bribery and the UK Bribery Act 2010: evidence from UK companiesAccounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, vol. 34, no. 8, pp. 1851-1882Contributions to Journals: Articles
Toward the Development of Post Covid-19 Gender Policy and Accountability Measures to End Modern Slavery in the Bangladeshi Garment Sector: A Policy Brief for Bangladesh Government and StakeholdersUniversity of Aberdeen. 7 pagesBooks and Reports: Other Reports
Covid-19 and global clothing retailers’ responsibility to vulnerable workers: NGO counter-rhetoricAccounting, Auditing & Accountability JournalContributions to Journals: Articles
Moral versus pragmatic legitimacy and corporate anti-bribery disclosure: Evidence from AustraliaAccounting ForumContributions to Journals: Articles
Corporate human rights performance and moral power: a study of retail MNCs’ supply chains in BangladeshCritical Perspectives On Accounting, vol. 74, 102163Contributions to Journals: Articles