Being a higher education academic since 1997 makes me passionate about accounting as a research stream and as teaching and learning as a discipline. I am very fortunate to have been involved in a variety of teaching and learning activities since then. Although I am a class teacher I am also a research lover. My innovation in teaching showed the triangulation of the use of research teaching practise which should be used in teaching any accounting module. This has been reflected in teaching of the practical modules as management accounting for planning and control and management accounting for decision making, where I did have links between the research, theory and practise. I am also pleased to be a successful PhD principle supervisor for a number of students from the start of their PhD journeys until their destinations for PhD holders.
During those 24 years I have become engaged in the academic and social life as an accounting academic @ a number of Universities. My research is mainly concerned about putting accounting as a core focus combined with teaching learning strategies within the higher education section, or/and operation management or/and research methodology. This multidisciplinary approach enabled me to publish in highly rated journals which have high a impact factor. I have written a number of academic papers, most of which have been published in highly rated journals. I also a reviewer at a number of journals as Journal of Enterprise Management. Moreover, I have been appointed as an External Examiner to peer institutions for their UG and PG programmes in Business and Management.
I am very committed to BBS. I have been working now for 14 years in BBS, I have engaged in the different activities arranged by the school and by the University. I have done the upmost in the different aspects; teaching and learning, research, external esteem and inviting famous accounting speakers. Moreover, I am enjoy working within a collegial environment.
I am confident that the skills I possess, along with my enthusiasm and willingness to pursue my targets, enable me to become an effective member of staff at BBS.
PhD Accounting, Brunel University London, PhD in Accountancy; Brunel Business School, Brunel University London, United Kingdom
MSc in Accountancy, Faculty of Commerce, Alexandria University, Egypt
BA(Honors’) Accountancy, Alexandria University , Egypt
Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, Professional Development in Academic Practice, Brunel University London United Kingdom
Programme Leader - Accounting and Business Management, PG programme (level 7) from 2017 - 2021
Newest selected publications
El Tawy, N. and Abdel-Kader, M. (2021) 'Higher Education Challenges: Accounting and Finance Academia in a Research-led Teaching Universities'. Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting. pp. 1 - 29. ISSN: 1985-2517 Open Access Link
El Tawy, N. (2020) 'Asset-based recognition criteria: a comprehensive view'. Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting, 18 (2). pp. 251 - 275. ISSN: 1985-2517 Open Access Link
Alwahaibi, M., El-Tawy, N. and Theodosopoulos, G. (2019) 'A Grounded Theory to Map the Territory of Saudi Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting'.British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Annual Conference 2019. Birmingham ,UK.Open Access Link
Eltawy, N., El Tawy, NAH. and Gallear, D. (2018) 'Will integrated reporting ‘recognise the unrecognisable’?'.14TH INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON INTANGIBLES AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL VALUE CREATION, INTEGRATED REPORTING AND GOVERNANCE. MUNICH, GERMANY.Open Access Link
El Tawy, N. and Abdel-Kader, M. (2015) 'HIGHER EDUCATION CHALLENGES: ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE ACADEMIA IN A RESEARCH-LED TEACHING UNIVERSITIES.'.European Accounting Association Annual Congress 2015. Glasgow, UK. 28 - 30 April. [unpublished]