Dr Ammar Gull

EBS - Accounting
Dr Ammar Gull



Ammar Ali Gull is a Lecturer of Accounting at Essex Business School, University of Essex. Ammar's primary research interests are corporate governance (CG) and its association with financial reporting quality (e.g., auditing, earnings management, and related party transactions), corporate social responsibility (CSR) performance and environmental issues. Ammar has published on corporate governance, corporate social responsibility (CSR) performance, earnings management and auditing. Ammar's work has been published in academic journals including British Accounting Review, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Business Strategy and the Environment and International Journal of Finance & Economics.


  • PhD in Accounting Le Mans University, (2018)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Corporate Governance

Open to supervise

Financial Reporting Quality

Open to supervise

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Open to supervise

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Financial Reporting and Analysis (BE110)

  • International Financial Reporting (BE155)

  • Accounting Project (BE936)


Journal articles (4)

Nekhili, M., Gull, AA., Chtioui, T. and Radhouane, I., (2020). Gender‐diverse boards and audit fees: What difference does gender quota legislation make?. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting. 47 (1-2), 52-99

Saeed, A., Gull, AA., Rind, AA., Mubarik, MS. and Shahbaz, M., (2020). Do socially responsible firms demand high‐quality audits? An international evidence. International Journal of Finance and Economics

Gull, AA., Abid, A., Latief, R. and Usman, M., (2020). Women on board and auditors’ assessment of the risk of material misstatement. Eurasian Business Review

Gull, AA., Nekhili, M., Nagati, H. and Chtioui, T., (2018). Beyond gender diversity: How specific attributes of female directors affect earnings management. The British Accounting Review. 50 (3), 255-274



Colchester Campus

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