Steven, G. (2007). Research! Isn't that something academics do?
Steven, G. (2007). Case study 20: Making research relevant. In Linking disciplinary research with teaching at Napier University, 97-101
Steven, G. (1994). Computer-based formative assessment and questionnaires. In Williams, B. C. & Nicholson, A. H. S. (Eds.). 6th annual CTI-AFM conference: selected papers, 69-75. ISBN 0-95154-88-7-5
Steven, G. (1993). Creating computer assisted learning material for accounting modules for non-accounting students. In Williams, B. C. & Nicholson, A. H. S. (Eds.). Selected proceedings from the 5th annual CTI-AFM conference 1994, 98-104. ISBN 0-9515488-6-7
Steven, G. (2017). Management Accounting: Multiple Product Breakeven. Financial Management - CIMA
Textbooks tend to deal with cost-volume-profit analysis in the context of a single product, but it works equally well where a mix of goods is involved. When applied this way, ...
Steven, G. (2016). How to ditch corporation tax and grow government income at the same time. The Conversation
How to ditch corporation tax and grow government income at the same time
Steven, G. (2016). Variance Analysis. Financial Management - CIMA
Variance analysis is a popular financial management method that can provide information to help a business operate more effectively and efficiently. To use it well, you need...
Steven, G. (2016). What effects will the devolution of income tax thresholds and rates to Scotland have?. Financial Management -London-.. ISSN 1471-9185
Steven, G. (2016). Corporation tax: the progressive case for getting rid of it
Steven, G. (2016). Seven reasons why taxing company sales instead of profits is a non-starter.
Steven, G. (2015). Devolving tax powers to Scotland.
Steven, G. (2015). UK corporation taxation arrangements, part two: implications of change.
Steven, G. (2015). P2 Advanced Management Accounting: Investment appraisal (Part 2). Financial Management -London-.. ISSN 1471-9185
Steven, G. (2015). Scottish income tax control threatens big trouble across UK.
Steven, G. (2015). UK corporation taxation arrangements, part one: changes ahead?
If Scotland gained control of corporation tax, tax residence would become a big issue for many companies on both sides of the border. In a two-part series, Grahame Steven, Lec...