Daniel King

Mr King is a Lecturer in Financial Management in the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism.

Mr King has a bachelor of business studies (BBS) degree from Trinity College Dublin and a Master of Science (MSc) degree, in Information Technology in Accounting, from Dublin City University.

 

Mr King is a qualified accountant, being a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and the Institute of Chartered Global Management Accountants.

 

He also is a graduate member of the Marketing Institute of Ireland.

 

He has over twenty years lecturing experience having lectured for LSB College (now part of Dublin Business School) and National College of Ireland prior to joining DIT.

 

Prior to his academic career Mr King gained over ten year’s practical experience working for such companies as Coopers and Lybrand (now Price Waterhouse Coopers) and Kelloggs.

Conference Papers:

Boylan, F., Kiely, T., King, D., Killeen, R. and Luby, A., (2008) “Untying the Accountancy Knot”. Paper presented at the DIT Annual Showcase of Learning and Teaching, Dublin, January 2008.

King, D., (2008) "A Business Simulation Approach to Teaching Introductory Accounting Courses ". Paper presented at the Irish Accounting & Finance Association Annual Conference, AIT Athlone, May 2008.

King, D., (2001) “ABC in Financial Services Companies in Ireland – A Report with Case Studies”, Paper presented at Hochschule Emden-Leer, May 2001.

King, D., (2001) "Fostering Links between the Academic and Business Community". Paper presented at the Irish Accounting & Finance Association Annual Conference, NUI Galway, May 2001.

King, D., (2000) "The Application of Activity Based Techniques in Financial Services Companies", Paper presented at the Irish Accounting & Finance Association Annual Conference, DIT Aungier Street, May 2000.

Poster Presentations:

Boylan, F., Kiely, T., King, D., Killeen, R. and Luby, A., (2008) “Untying the Accountancy Knot”. Poster presented at the AISHE Conference, March 2008.

King, D., (2008) "A Business Activity Approach to Teaching Introductory Accounting Courses ". Poster presented at the DIT Annual Showcase of Learning and Teaching, Dublin, January 2008.

 

Articles in Professional Magazines:

King, D., (2000). The Origins and Development of Activity Based Costing (ABC), ACCA Student, 2000.

King, D., (1999). Identifying and Keeping Strategic, Loyal and Profitable Customers, Marketing News, November/December 1999.

King, D., (1999). Profitable Working Relationships with Target Customer, Marketing News, September/October 1999

King, D., (1999). Costing & Budgeting paper, Suggested Solutions for Students, The Institute of Accounting Technicians in Ireland, 1999.

King, D., (1998). Customer Profitability Analysis, Marketing News, July/August 1998.