Dr Kieran James
Dr Kieran James is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at the University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He was formerly Accounting Professor at University of Fiji from 2013-15. He presently also serves as Adjunct Professor at University of Fiji. He has published scholarly articles in the following journals: Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal; Accounting Forum; Critical Perspectives on Accounting; International Journal of Critical Accounting; International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing; Journal of Physical Fitness, Medicine & Treatment in Sports; Musicology Australia; Pacific Accounting Review; Punk & Post Punk; and Sporting Traditions. He has published extensively on Australian Rules football history and Australian football (soccer) history. His main research interests are: Accounting education; Australian Rules football history and Australian football (soccer) history; business ethics education; critical and Marxist perspectives on accounting and the labour process; employment prospects in accounting for minority groups; Fiji football (soccer) history; Heavy Metal and punk music scenes; Singapore politics and youth activism; and trade union strategy and immigrant workers. He presently runs a website Nadi Legends Club about Fiji football (soccer) history which has had over 71,000 page-views as at 7 March 2018.