Dr Matthew Haigh
BCom, MCom, PhD (Macquarie), CA, CISA
Faculty Senior Tutor
Senior Lecturer in Accounting
- Dr Matthew Haigh
- Email address:
- 0207 898 4145
- SOAS, University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
- Russell Square: College Buildings
- Office No:
- Office Hours:
- Friday 10-12
Visual rhetoric with focus on environmental regulation; Ethical norms in the banking sector; Efforts of the ‘socially responsible investment’ field to gain credibility; Energy-usage regulation; Consumers’ aspirations in respect of ethical investment products; Regulation applicable to financial products constructed by reference to social considerations.
Hazelton, James and Haigh, Matthew (2013) 'Incorporating sustainability into accounting curricula: Lessons learnt from an action research study.' In: Liberalising the accounting curriculum in university education. Milton Park: Taylor & Francis.
Haigh, Matthew (2013) 'Stakeholders in global climate policy instruments.' In: Governing the climate regime complex: Towards institutional legitimacy. London: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 125-142.
Haigh, Matthew and Guthrie, Lois (2012) 'Disclosing climate risk to investors: Is corporate reporting giving investors what they need?' In: Corporate climate risk disclosure: An executive guide to monitoring and disclosing climate risk. London: Fulton Publishing, pp. 37-42.
De Graaf, Frank Jan and Haigh, Matthew (2011) 'Activism in European pension funds.' In: Sun, William and Louche, Céline and Pérez, Roland, (eds.), Finance and Sustainability: Towards a New Paradigm: A Post-Crisis Agenda. Bingkey UK: Emerald, pp. 118-143. (Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability, Volume 2)
Haigh, Matthew (2007) 'What counts in social managed investments: evidence from an international survey.' In: Lehman, Cheryl R., (ed.), Envisioning a New Accountability. Oxford, UK: JAI Press, pp. 35-62. (Advances in public interest accounting)
Haigh, Matthew (2014) 'Environmental communications: The reader's perspective.' Semiotica . (Forthcoming)
Haigh, Matthew and Shapiro, Matthew (2013) 'Do environmental policy instruments influence fiduciaries’ decisions?' Environmental and Planning A, 45 (4). pp. 853-871.
Haigh, Matthew and Shapiro, Matthew (2013) 'Carbon reporting: does it matter?' Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 25 (1). pp. 105-125.
Haigh, Matthew M. (2012) 'Deconstructing myth: 'low-carbon sustainability'.' Social Semiotics, 23 (2). pp. 47-66.
Haigh, Matthew (2011) 'Climate policy and financial institutions.' Climate Policy, 11 (5). pp. 1-19.
Haigh, Matthew and Guthrie, James (2010) 'Management practices in ethical investment products: a role for regulation?' Business Strategy and the Environment, 19 (3). pp. 147-215.
Haigh, Matthew and Guthrie, James (2009) 'A political economy approach to regulated information disclosures attached to Australian financial products.' Business Ethics: A European Review, 18 (2). pp. 192-208.
Haigh, Matthew and de Graaf, Frank Jan (2009) 'The implications of reform-oriented investment for regulation and governance.' Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 20 (3). pp. 319-417.
Haigh, Matthew and Jones, Marc (2007) 'A critical review of corporate responsibility research and practice.' Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, 12 (1). pp. 16-28.
Haigh, Matthew and Jones, Marc (2007) 'The transnational corporation and new corporate citizenship theory.' Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 27 . pp. 51-69.
Haigh, Matthew (2006) 'Camouflage play: moral claims in financial products.' Accounting Forum, 30 (3). pp. 267-283.
Haigh, Matthew (2006) 'Managed investments, managed disclosures: financial services reform in practice.' Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 19 (2). pp. 186-204.
Haigh, Matthew (2006) 'Social investment: subjectivism, sublation and the moral elevation of success.' Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 17 (8). pp. 989-1005.
Haigh, Matthew and Hazelton, James (2004) 'Financial markets: a tool for social responsibility?' Journal of Business Ethics, 52 (1). pp. 59-71.