Bcom Accounting. University of Botswana
MAcc University of Glasgow
Pgd University of Bath
PhD University of Dundee
Currently a senior lecturer having joined the University of Botswana in 2003. Prior to that worked for the Bank of Botswana. Currently teaching and researching in the areas of accounting, governance and ethics.
Teaching in the Accounting and Ethics at all levels.
Areas of research are broadly on topics in the social and critical analysis of Accounting and Corporate Governance, using a variety of methods. Equally focusing on socio-economic governance in diverse contexts as driven by accounting practices.
Supervision in the areas of Accounting, governance and ethics.
J. Josiah and G.Themba and T.Matenge Corporate Governance in Botswana: Exploring Developments and Compliance,(2016} Botswana Journal of Business 9(1) 1-20.
Josiah J, Gough O, Haslam J & Shah N (2014) Corporate Reporting implication from defined benefit to defined contribution pension schemes: A focus on the UK. Accounting Forum, 38(1), 18-37.
Josiah J, Burton B, Gallhofer S & Haslam J (2010) Accounting for privatisation in Africa? Reflections from an interdisciplinary perspective, Critical Perspectives in Accounting 21(5), 374-389.