Dr Mohamed Khaled Eldaly
|Position||Lecturer in Accounting|
|Location||University of Bradford School of Management|
|Department||School of Management|
Research Interests (key words only)
Auditing, IFRS, Corporate Governance, Accounting Education
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
- Introduction to Accounting
- Financial Statements Analysis for both UG and PG levels
- Organizing Accounting research seminars
- Representing Early Career Researchers
Mohamed completed his BA (Honours) degree in Accounting at Cairo University, Egypt and his M.Sc. in Accounting at the Arab Academy of Banking and Financial Sciences, Egypt. Then he awarded his PhD in Accounting from University of Bedfordshire, UK. Mohamed worked as an external auditor in KPMG – Egypt (Hazem Hassan), and later he switched to the academia and become a lecturer in Accounting. He also worked as a professional trainer of IFRS certificate. Prior to joining Bradford School of Management, Mohamed worked at Shorouk Academy, Egypt and Anglia Ruskin University, UK.
Mohamed's work has been presented in a number of national and international leading accounting journals (i.e. International Journal of Auditing, Journal of Applied Accounting Research, Accounting Research Journal) and conferences such as BAFA, EAA and AAA and their auditing groups.
- BSc (Acc.) (Cairo University, Egypt)
- MSc. (Acc.) (AABFS, Egypt)
- IFRS certificate (ICAEW, UK)
- PhD (Bedfordshire, UK)
- PGCert, (Anglia Ruskin University, UK)
Expert in the global audit networks
- Auditing, Auditing Regulations and Standards
- Financial Reporting and Accounting Standards
- Corporate Governance
- Accounting Education
Literature Review Project in Auditing Corporate Governance Project.
An independent audit oversight system in a non-developed market: the case of Egypt. Eldaly MKA and Abdel-Kader M (2017). International Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Performance Evaluation. 13(3): 254-279.
Audit tendering in the UK: a review of stakeholders' views. Allam A, Ghattas N, Kotb A and Eldaly MK (2016). International Journal of Auditing. 21(1): 11-23.
The use of generalized audit software by Egyptian external auditors: the effect of audit software features. Kim H-J, Kotb A and Eldaly MK (2016). Journal of Applied Accounting Research. 17(4): 456-478.
How to regain public trust in audit firms? The case of the Financial Reporting Council. Eldaly MK and Abdel-Kader M (2016) Council. Accounting Research Journal. Accepted for Publication.
Responsibility of Egyptian Banks' Auditors for Going Concern assumption in light of Egyptian Central Bank Law No. 88/2003. International Journal of Accounting and Economics (IJAE), special issue, Vol. 3, Nos. 3/4, 2012.
Serving global clients within changeable regulatory framework: How Do the Big 4 Audit Forms Work?, The American Accounting Association (AAA), CA, USA, 2013.
A Decade of Independent Audit Oversight: A Literature Review Study, Auditing Section of the AAA, Louisiana, USA, 2013.
Governmental Audit Regulations in Developed Countries: the Case of the UK, the 35th annual conference of the European Accounting Association (EAA), Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 2012.
Auditors' Perceptions Toward the Independent Audit Oversight in the UK, the 22nd Auditing and Assurance Conference of the Auditing Special Group of the British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA), London, UK, May 2012.
Independent Audit Regulators and Promoting the Public Confidence, the 22nd annual conference of BAFA, Brighton, UK, April 2012.
How the big four firms in Egypt have been affected by the new changes in the audit environment, Outcomes and Impacts conference, University of Bedfordshire, Luton, UK, July 2011.
Perceptions of Egyptian Auditors toward the Governmental Regulators of the Audit Profession, the 21st annual Auditing and Assurance Conference, BAFA, Edinburgh, UK, May 2011.
Framework of Governmental Audit Oversight in Developing Countries: Case Study from Egypt, the 21st BAFA annual conference, Aston, UK, April 2011.