Nilashis Ghosh is the Postgraduate Course Director, Course Leader for MBA programme, Accounting and Finance Pathway Leader and a Senior Lecturer for Bath Business School.
Nilashis is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) of UK and also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and also Certified Management and Business Educator (CMBE). He is a member of British Academy of Management (BAM) and also a member of British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA).
He joined Bath Business School in 2013 as a Senior Lecturer in Business and Management. Prior to this, Nilashis taught across a range of business courses and modules at Hope Business School under Liverpool Hope University. Nilashis has nine years' experience of working in the corporate sector in India, including five years leading as a director in one of the most challenging travel and tourism industries before he entered the higher education sector.
Nilashis’s areas of expertise are internal audit, accounting, finance, ethics and international business.
His research interests include impact of culture on accounting, cross-cultural impact on decision making, independence of internal auditors, corporate social responsibility, the requirement for ethical decision-making by managers/senior managers and internal audit and corporate governance.
Experienced academic with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in providing strategic directions while leading programmes, course designing and approvals, mentoring, lecturing, academic writing, leadership, research, and tutoring. Strong education professional with a International MBA from Liverpool Hope University.
- PhD - in progress
- International MBA - Liverpool University
- Fellow - Higher Education Academy
- Fellow - Chartered Management Institute
- Certified Management and Business Educator (CMBE)
- Internal audit
- Ethics and international business
- Cross Cultural Management
Nilashis welcomes research enquiries in the following areas:
- Impact of culture on accounting
- Cross cultural impact on decision making
- Independence of internal auditors
- Corporate social responsibility and the requirement for ethical decision-making by managers/senior managers and internal audit and corporate governance.