Dr Mark Bliss worked for 25 years in the banking industry prior to pursuing an academic career. Dr Bliss’s work focuses on corporate governance, auditing, political connection, and finance. His work has appeared in academic journals including The Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, Accounting and Finance, Managerial Auditing Journal, and the Hong Kong Law Journal.
BLISS, M. A. & GUL, F. A. (2012). Political Connection and Leverage: Some Malaysian Evidence, Journal of Banking and Finance 36, 2344-2350.
MAJID, A., GUL, R.J., HO, S.W., BLISS, M.A., & SUN, S. (2012). The Avoidance of Statutory Benefits to Employees by Hong Kong Employers, Hong Kong Law Journal 42 (3), 865-899.
BLISS, M. A. & GUL, F. A. (2012). Political Connection and cost of Debt: Some Malaysian Evidence, Journal of Banking and Finance 36, 1520-1527.
BLISS, M. A. (2011). Does CEO Duality Constrain Board Independence? Some Evidence from Audit Pricing, Accounting & Finance 51 (2), 361-380.
BLISS, M. A., GUL, F. A., & MAJID, A. (2011). Do Political Connections affect the Role of Independent Audit Committees and CEO Duality? Some Evidence from Malaysian Audit Pricing. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics 7 (2), 82-98.
BLISS, M. A., MUNIANDY, B., & MAJID, A. (2007). CEO Duality, Audit Committee Effectiveness and Audit Risks: A Study of the Malaysian Market, Managerial Auditing Journal 22 (7), 716-728.