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Zaleha Othman is a senior lecturer. She earned her PhD in Accounting from the University Teknologi MARA (Malaysia), Master in Business Law from Leeds University (United Kingdom). Her doctoral thesis, for which she was supervised by Professor Rashidah Abdul Rahman and Professor Alan Lovell, explored ethics in corporate governance in Malaysia. She spent a year of postdoctoral at Cass Business School (London, United Kingdom). Her research mobilizes corporate governance and forensic accounting issue. Her other passion is qualitative research. She teaches qualitative research method, research methodology, forensic accounting and accounting theory practice. Currently she is involves in several research projects including theorising the meaning of corporate governance, ethical governance, Corruption and Professional Ethics, Tax Fraud Research, Political Connection and Corporate Governance. She has several government funded research such as FRGS, RAGS, and International Research funded by Transparency International Germany. Her research in corporate governance is concerned with the influence of ethics model and corruption act. She has published in the fields of corporate governance, ethics, corruption and professional ethics in several SCOPUS. She is a reviewer for several SCOPUS Journal (Accounting Research Journal, Jurnal Pengurusan, International Journal of Business Society) and several other journals such as Journal of Accounting and Taxation, British Journal of Applied Science and Technology, and European Management Review
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