Young Accounting Scholars Network

Young Accounting Scholars Network is a network of leading European business schools that promotes dissemination of accounting research by young academics (lecturers within five years of finishing their PhD). The network supports accounting scholars by promoting and facilitating research presentations during staff seminars at partner universities. Each university in the network hosts a speaker from the partner university and the visit includes a research presentation and meetings with academics at the host institution.

2021-2022

Home Institution 2021/22

 

Host Institution 2021/22

University of Bristol

Chiara Bottausci

> Alliance Manchester Business School

Bayes Business School

Cristina Grande Herrera

> University of Bristol

Warwick Business School

Xing Huan

> Bayes Business School

Lancaster University Management School

Gerald Ward

>Warwick Business School

London School of Economics and Political Science

Aneesh Raghunandan

> Lancaster University Management School

Alliance Manchester Business School

Matteo Ronzani

>ESSEC Business School

ESSEC Business School

Andreea Moraru Arfire

> London School of Economics and Political Science

Universidad Carlos III de MadridNikolaos Floropoulos

> Bayes Business School

Bayes Business School

Cristina Grande Herrera

> Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

2020-2021

Home Institution 2020/21 Host Institution 2020/21
University of Bristol Tim Kasim > London School of Economics and Political Science
The Business School Cristina Grande Herrera > Alliance Manchester Business School
Warwick Business School Anastasia Kopita > University of Bristol
Lancaster University Management School Jae Ahn

> The Business School

London School of Economics and Political Science Nadia Matringe > Warwick Business School
Alliance Manchester Business School Ellen He > Lancaster University Management School
ESSEC Business School Lorenzo Dal Maso > The Business School
The Business School Tim Martens > ESSEC Business School

2019-2020

Home Institution 2019/20

 

Host Institution 2019/20

University of Bristol

Dimos Andronoudis

> Lancaster University Management School

The Business School

Zhongwei Zhang

> London School of Economics and Political Science

University of Exeter

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> Alliance Manchester Business School

Lancaster University Management School

Jae Hwan Ahn

> University of Bristol

London School of Economics and Political Science

Aneesh Raghunandan

> The Business School

Alliance Manchester Business School

Alice (Laing) Xu

> The Business School

2018-2019

Home Institution 2018/19

 

Host Institution 2018/19

University of Bristol

Nikos Tsileponis

> University of Exeter

The Business School

Jay Jung

> Lancaster University Management School

University of Exeter

Adnan Isin

> London School of Economics and Political Science

Lancaster University Management School

Sarah Kroechert

> Alliance Manchester Business School

London School of Economics and Political Science

Per Ahblom

> University of Bristol

Alliance Manchester Business School

Jonghwan Kim

> The Business School

2017-2018

Home Institution 2017/18

Speaker

Host Institution 2017/18

University of Bristol

Ruby Trinh

> The Business School

The Business School

Jay Jung

> University of Exeter

University of Exeter

-

> Lancaster University Management School

Lancaster University Management School

Skralan Vergauwe

> London School of Economics and Political Science

London School of Economics and Political Science

Saipriya Kamath

> Alliance Manchester Business School

Alliance Manchester Business School

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University of Bristol

The match between the home and the host university rotates on annual basis so that each university hosts a speaker from a different partner each year. Future goals of the network include promoting (1) short-term visits to partner universities, (2) collaborative research projects between scholars from partner universities, (3) knowledge exchange via an annual conference and (4) further training via focused workshops and seminars. The current coordinator for the network is Dr Pawel Bilinski pawel.bilinski.1@city.ac.uk


YASN seminar speakers

Academic year 2020/21

Tim Martens , The Business School (visiting ESSEC Business School).  The YASN program is a fantastic opportunity toTim Martens workshop your research and extend your professional network. Especially, since it does not require any prior link to the institutions in the network. My workshop at ESSEC has been an amazing experience that has been both very productive and immensely valuable. Overall, I believe the YASN program to be a pillar in the development of the European accounting community and I hope the program will continue to thrive.

Cristina Herrera-GrandeCristina Grande-Herrera (visiting AMBS and University of Bristol) I started at Bayes Business School in 2019 after completing my PhD in Spain. As part of the YASN, I did online seminars for Alliance Manchester Business School and University of Bristol. I really enjoyed the experience as it was an opportunity to see colleagues (even if it is through the camera). I received many relevant comments to improve my research both during the seminar and during the meetings with faculty members. I would define YASN as a very constructive experience and I really recommend it to future young accounting scholars. This is a great way of meeting colleagues from other institutions and improve your research.

Academic year 2018/19

Adnan Isin, University of Exeter (visiting LSE) - “The YASN Seminar allows junior scholars to present their work and get great feedback from leading academics from some of the best universities in the UK. I presented my work at London School of Economics on February 2019. I must say that the “positive” engagement of the academic staff at the LSE was incredible. The audience makes you truly feel that they are interested but ready to challenge you in a very positive way. You hear Through the experience, you learn how to shield your arguments and strengthen your case eventually given that you are likely get a lot of comments/questions that are likely to appear in the actual reviewing process. Therefore, I believe the program provides a great opportunity to showcase your work 1) for networking purposes and 2) to get some of the most “needed” challenging comments from the experts in the field. This is exactly what junior scholars need at the early stage of their careers.”

Nikos Tsileponis, University of Bristol (visiting University of Exeter) - "I am a lecturer in Accounting at the University of Bristol and, as part of the Young Accounting Scholars Network (YASN), I presented one of my papers at the University of Exeter in May 2019. It was a very good experience for me, which gave me the opportunity to meet with several colleagues as well as PhD candidates. I received excellent feedback during my presentation and I believe I have significantly improved the quality of my paper. Overall, I feel I have benefitted a lot from my visit to Exeter Business School and I would strongly recommend YASN to all colleagues. My advice to all young academics is the following: Do not be afraid to share ideas, provide and receive feedback, and present your research in front of other academics; YASN provides an excellent opportunity, so do take advantage of it!"

Sarah Kröchert, Lancaster University (visiting University of Manchester) “I was in my first year as lecturer at Lancaster University when I visited the University of Manchester as part of the YASN program. I truly enjoyed meeting the faculty in Manchester, since, with a PhD from Germany, I had not met most of them before. I also received valuable and diverse feedback on a paper that was still in an early stage and did not touch on classical accounting topics. For me, the YASN program mainly demonstrated that the UK has much to offer for young accounting researchers – a large network of established researchers who are welcoming new members and have a wide range of expertise.”

Per Ahblom, London School of Economics and Political Science (visiting University of Bristol As an aspiring scholar in accounting fresh out of the PhD, I have yet to establish a strong presence in our field of research. The YASN network provided a wonderful opportunity for me to present my work and get feedback on how to develop it further, engaging in one-on-one meetings to build a network of potential collaborators, and to showcase my ideas to leaders in the field. I walked away from my visit to the University of Bristol with several new ideas and directions on how improve my research paper, and got to test the ideas in it on people likely to be future editors or reviewers of the paper once submitted to a leading journal. I am very grateful to YASN for creating opportunities like these to aspiring researchers in accounting.”

Academic year 2017/18


Jay Jung, The Business School (visiting University of Exeter) -
I relocated to the U.K. two years ago after getting my PhD degree in Korea. So, I did not have much chance to meet new people and learn different cultures at other UK schools until last year, when I was able to visit University of Exeter as part of the YASN program. I enjoyed my presentation, comments, and all sorts of interaction with people at the school. It was a very enjoyable and constructive experience. I highly recommend this program to junior academics, especially to those who just got a job in the UK and want more exposure to UK academics!

Skralan Vergauwe, Lancaster University Management School (visiting LSE) - "I am a lecturer at Lancaster University Management School and I presented one of my working papers at the London School of Economics and Political Science as part of the YASN network. Overall, I enjoyed the experience and would recommend other young accounting scholars to take part. First, I receive valuable feedback and comments from LSE researchers on my presented work. Second I met with several researchers in one to one meetings, allowing me to not only talk about my current research, but also to discuss future research and more general challenges academic researchers currently face."


Ruby Trinh, University of Bristol (visiting The Business School) -
“I had the opportunity to be a part of the Young Accounting Scholars Network and presented my paper at The Business School in November 2017. It was a valuable experience for me to discuss my work with leading academics. The constructive comments that I received helped to improve the quality of my paper. As young researchers, exposure to such high quality seminars is very important and beneficial to our career. I hope that many others can benefit from the YASN.”

Saipriya Kamath, London School of Economics and Political Science (visiting AMBS) - “I had the opportunity to present one of my working papers at Alliance Manchester Business School as part of the Young Accounting Scholars Network in Feb 2018. Although I had presented this paper at two different conferences, the feedback I got from the faculty was far more detailed than the conferences. I also had the opportunity to meet several researchers individually, and got to know their research better along with receiving further constructive feedback. Overall, I benefitted a lot from this experience and would highly recommend this program to young academics.“