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Ana Caria
Ph.D in Business Administration (University of Minho)
Department of Management
  Assistant Professor
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Ana Caria is Assistant Professor in the Management Department, School of Economics and Management, University of Minho.
PhD in Business Administration; MSc in Accounting and Auditing, BSc in Management.
She is the course Director of the Bachelor in Accounting, member of the executive committee of the Master in Accounting and member of the executive committee of the Bachelor in Management.

She has published in academic journals such as European Accounting Review, Critical Perspectives on Accounting and Accounting History. She is active in refereeing articles for a number of leading accounting journals.
Accounting harmonization
Financial and non-financial reporting
Accounting Communication
Accounting and Change
Accounting and War.
Selected publications
Caria, A., & Gomes, D. (2024). Why Global Accounting Standards Diffuse? An Analysis from the Lenses of Actor-Network Theory. European Accounting Review, 33(1), 335–365. DOI
Caria, A., Leal, C., Machado, C., Oliveira, B., & Oliveira, L. (2022). Sustainability in Portuguese Higher Education Institutions. In C. Machado & J. P. Davim (Eds.), Higher Education for Sustainable Development Goals (River Publishers.). Denmark: River Publishers. DOI
Cunha, M., Gomes, D., Caria, A., Menezes, C., & Ribeiro, J. L. (2022). Accounting in the context of war: The Portuguese case of the ‘Guerra do Ultramar’ (1961–1974). Accounting History, 27(1), 41–74. DOI
Martins, A., Gomes, D., Oliveira, L., Caria, A., & Parker, L. (2020). Resistance strategies through the CEO communications in the media. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 71(102092). DOI
Caria, A. A., & Rodrigues, L. L. (2014). The evolution of financial accounting in Portugal since the 1960s: A new institutional economics perspective. Accounting History, 19(1-2), 227–254. DOI
Business Case
Complements of Financial Accounting
Complements of Taxation
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting II
Management Seminar