Dr Inya Egbe

Dr Inya Egbe

The Department of Accounting
Associate Professor in Accounting

Contact details

Room 143, Birmingham Business School
University House
University of Birmingham
B15 2TY

Inya is an Associate Professor in Accounting at Birmingham Business School. He joined the University of Birmingham in October 2017 from the University of Wolverhampton.


  • PhD in Accounting, University of Birmingham, UK.
  • Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, University of Wolverhampton, UK.
  • MSc International Accounting and Finance, University of Birmingham, UK.
  • BSc Accountancy, Madonna University, Nigeria.


Inya Egbe is an Associate Professor in Accounting. Prior to joining University of Birmingham as a lecturer, he worked as a lecturer in the department of Finance, Accounting, Systems and Economics at the University of Wolverhampton where he taught Corporate Financial Management, Corporate and Behavioural Finance, Management Accounting, Analytical Skills for Business and Professional Skills for Accountants. Inya was also an associate at University of Birmingham from 2013-2015 where he taught Advanced Management Accounting –KPMG, Business Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis for Investors.  


  • PG Financial Statement Analysis for Investors
  • PG Management Accounting
  • UG YR1 Business Accounting
  • UG YR1 Academic and Professional Skills
  • UG YR1 Professional Development

Postgraduate supervision

Inya is interested in supervising postgraduate thesis in management accounting, especially in the following area but not limited to:

  • The design and use of management control systems
  • The management control systems aspects of sustainability accounting
  • Performance measurement and evaluation systems.
  • Accounting and development issues.


Inya’s primary research interest focuses on the design and use of management control systems in emerging multinationals. He also has keen interest in the management control aspects of sustainability accounting and accounting and development issues.


Egbe, I.; Adegbite, E.; Yekini, K. C. (2018), "The Influence of Multinational Enterprises on Subsidiaries: Context Matters", Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Vol.31(2), pp. 703-724.

Ahmed, R. Kannaiah, D. Adegbite, E. and Egbe, I (2018) “Why and How does Activity Based Costing Fail?”, Accounting Forum (Ref: ACCFOR_2018_218) (in view).