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Rana Sabbah

Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Rana Sabbah is a lecturer in Accounting and Financial management with a special interest in Auditing. Before coming an academic she spent 12 years working in internal audit teams in financial institutions. Her PhD research was conducted at Newcastle University. Her research investigated the effects of cultural influences on the independence of corporate governance actors in financial institutions in Lebanon. During this time, she worked as a teaching assistant on auditing modules. The main areas of interest are corporate governance, audit and accountability and culture.

Rana Sabbah

  • Accountancy PhD February 01 2024
  • Accounting and Finance MA (Hons) June 30 2010
  • Lebanese Financial regulations LFR 2014

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