Dr Inya Egbe

SchoolInya Egbe

University of Wolverhampton Business School

Role

Lecturer

Contact details

Direct line: 01902 321787

Email: i.egbe@wlv.ac.uk

Address:

University of Wolverhampton
Faculty of Social Sciences
MN Building
City Campus North
Wolverhampton
WV1 1AD

Biography

Inya Egbe holds a Master degree in International Accounting and a PhD in Accounting and Finance from the University of Birmingham.

Prior to joining University of Wolverhampton, He taught various courses in Accounting and Finance including Advanced Management Accounting -KPMG and Financial Accounting for Non-specialist at Birmingham and supervised undergraduate extended essays and MSc dissertations. He was a student mentor and later a tutor for the Access to Birmingham (A2B) scheme with responsibility of assessing students work. He has also served as International programmes examiner for University of London.

Academic qualifications

PhD Accounting and Finance (University of Birmingham)

HEA Fellowship

PGCE

Teaching interests

  • Analytical Skills for Business
  • Professional Skills for Accountants
  • Corporate Financial Management
  • Management Accounting

Corporate and community engagement

Member of the board of trustees of Nations Embassy Revival Centre

(An NGO focused on restoring dignity in suffering children)

Professional body membership and roles

  • ACCA (part qualified) member
  • African Accounting and Finance Association
  • British Accounting and Finance Association
  • Management Accounting Research Group

Research interests

Performance management, Microfinance, Entrepreneurship, SME financial controls, Management control systems, Public sector financial controls, Public private partnership and Accounting and development policy

PhD supervision

  • Management control systems,
  • Public sector financial controls,
  • Performance management,
  • Public private partnership and Accounting and development policy

External academic roles

  • University of London: International programmes examiner
  • University of Birmingham: Dissertation and essays supervisor

Selected publications

Egbe, I. Adegbite, E. and Yekini C. (2016) The influence of Multinational Enterprises on Subsidiaries – Context Matters (Under Review)

Egbe, I. Tsamenyi, M. and Sa’id, H. (2012) A study of the operations of formal and informal controls in a multinational subsidiary in Nigeria