David Edelshain graduated in economics from Cambridge and in business studies from London Business School, has degrees in general science, psychology and law and has professional qualifications in both law and accounting. As a manager he has worked in line and staff positions in manufacturing and services including executive and MBA education and consultancy, as well as in government. He has also written books on financial and management accounting which incorporate computer software to provide a self-learning facility. He has lectured in operations research, marketing, accounting, finance, strategy and international business.
BA (OU), MA (Cantab), MSc, LLB (London) and PhD (London) Barrister at Law.
Memberships of professional organisations
- Fellow, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
- Corporate Finance
- Cost Accounting
- International Business
- International Finance
- Management Accounting
- Strategic Management
- Business Law
- Financial Risk & Risk Management
- Corporate Governance
- Government Policy & Regulation
- Public Sector Management
- Organizational Behaviour
- International Economics
- public sector
- travel & tourism
- wine, spirits & alcohol
- accountancy firms
- retail financial services
- management consulting
- education, training & employment agencies
- financial services
- Europe - Central
- Europe - Eastern
- Europe - Southeast
- Europe - Southern
- Europe - Western
- Middle East
Corporate Foreign Exchange Risk
Surveys of corporate exposure to exchange rate changes and methods and their effectiveness in managing same.
Examination of frameworks for assisting corporations in developing international business operations using principally the 7 "C"s and 6 "EE"s frameworks.
- Edelshain, D. and Vielba, C. (1994). Teaching international business management effectively. (pp. 25–50). NCVO / Centre for Charity Effectiveness.
Conference papers and proceedings (3)
- Edelshain, D. (1997). Using variable analysis to assess corporate foreign exchange risk. British Academy of Management London.
- Edelshain, D. (1996). Corporate management of foreign exchange risk: a further review article. European International Business Academy Stockholm.
- Edelshain, D.J. (1994). Teaching international business management effectively. 20th EIBA Annual Conference 11-13 December, Warsaw, Poland.
Journal articles (5)
- Belk, P.A. and Edelshain, D.J. (1997). Foreign Exchange Risk Management — The Paradox. Managerial Finance, 23(7), pp. 5–24. doi:10.1108/eb018632.
- Edelshain, D. (1997). Who Manages Foreign Exchange Risk? Managerial Finance, 23(7), pp. 58–84. doi:10.1108/eb018635.
- Vielba, C.A. and Edelshain, D.J. (1997). Are business schools meeting the challenge of international communication? Journal of Management Development, 16(2), pp. 80–92. doi:10.1108/02621719710164265.
- Vielba, C.A. and Edelshain, D.J. (1995). Teaching international business management effectively. Journal of Management Development, 14(10), pp. 32–47. doi:10.1108/02621719510100825.
- Edelshain, D. and Vielba, C. The Challenge of Communication. Proceedings of the 21st EIBA Annual Conference - Urbino, 10-12 December 1995.
- Edelshain, D. (1996). Statement in management accounting practice. International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).
- Edelshain, D. (1996). Who manages foreign exchange risk? Cass Business School, City University.
- Edelshain, D. and Belk, P. (1993). A comparative analysis of two contemporaneous, independently conducted empirical studies of UK MNCs' foreign exchange risk management practices. Loughborough University Business School.
- Edelshain, D. (1993). Understanding financial accounting through software.
- 2001 - present, BSc Business Studies, Director
- 2002 - present, MEB Master in European Business, Director
External Assessor of the Open University 2nd Level Course B201 Organisations in their Environments.
- British Academy of Management. London (1997).
Paper: Using variable analysis to assess corporate foreign exchange risk
- European International Business Academy. Stockholm (1996).
Paper: Corporate management of foreign exchange risk: a further review article