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Dr W. Mkumbuzi

Senior Lecturer

Dr W. Mkumbuzi
PhD (UK), MSc Arts, BA in Accounting Science (UNISA), CIS

Conference Papers

  • Mkumbuzi, W.P., (2007), “Influence of Risk, Intellectual Capital Investment, Industry Membership and Corporate Governance Mechanisms on the Voluntary Disclosure of Intellectual Capital by UK Listed Companies”, The European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management, 3rd Workshop on Visualising, Measuring and Managing Intangibles & Intellectual Capital, University of Ferrara, Italy, 29-31 October 2007.
  • Mkumbuzi, W.P., “Firm resources, corporate governance and the disclosure of intangible assets”, University of Hull Business School, Hull, UK, 11 March 2009.
  • Kewell, B., Mkumbuzi, W., Beck, M., and Linsley, P. (2009) 'Accounting for the Costs of Regenerative Medicine: A Chasm Too Far?' REMEDiE Workshop, Tulbingerkogel Hotel and Conference Centre, Vienna, Austria, 7th-10th October 2009.
  • Kewell, B, Linsley, PM, Beck, M, & Mkumbuzi, W, 2011, 'The Phoenix and the bear: the financial performance of the regenerative medicine sector c.2005-2009' Paper presented at Regenerative Medicine in Europe, Bilbao, Spain, 1 April 2011.

Research Articles

  1. 2009a Kewell, B., Mkumbuzi, W., Linsley, P., and M. Beck (PART A) Accounting For The Costs of Regenerative Medicine: A Chasm Too Far? Work Package 1: The EU in a Global Market: Investing in Regenerative Medicine, University of York.
  2. 2011 Kewell, B., Linsley, P. Beck, M., Mkumbuzi, W. and N. Guo “Financial Investment and Sustainability in the RM Field”. Annexe to the Final Report of the REMEDiE Project, FP7 Theme SSH-2007-8.1 (edited by Andrew Webster), University of York.
  3. Mkumbuzi, W.P., 2015. The Extent of Intellectual Capital Disclosure in Zimbabwe annual reports, University of Zimbabwe Business Review, 2 (2), 43 – 60.
    Mkumbuzi, W.P., 2015. Investment in Employees and Research and Development and the Signalling of Intellectual Capital by UK Listed Companies, Asian Social Science, 11(21), 148-161.
  4. Mkumbuzi, W.P., 2015. Firm resources, Corporate Governance and the Disclosure of Intangible Assets by UK Listed Companies, Asian Social Science, 11(21), 113-128.
  5. Mkumbuzi, W.P., 2015. Corporate Governance and Intangibles Disclosure as determinants of Corporate Reputation by UK Listed Companies. Asian Social Science, 11(23), 192-208.
  6. Mkumbuzi, W.P., 2015. Corporate Governance Mechanisms, Financial Risk, Industry Sector and Human Capital Investment as Determinants of Voluntary Disclosure of Intellectual Capital in UK Listed Firms, Asian Social Science, 11(28), 256-273.
  7. Mkumbuzi, W.P., 2016. Influence of Intellectual Capital Investment, Risk, Industry Membership and Corporate Governance Mechanisms on the Voluntary Disclosure of Intellectual Capital by UK Listed Companies, Asian Social Science, 12(1), 42-74.

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