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Delfina Gomes
Ph.D in Business Administration - Specialization in Accounting (University of Minho)
Department of Management
 
  Assistant Professor
  dgomes@eeg.uminho.pt
   253601917 , 253604550
Delfina Gomes is Assistant Professor at the School of Economics and Management. She has been visiting professor at RMIT University/Australia and Edinburgh Business School/Scotland. Her main research field of research is Accounting History. The main research projects at the moment are: Accounting and Religion; Accounting and War; Accounting and the State; Accounting Profession. She has published in academic journals such as Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, European Accounting Review, Accounting History, and Accounting Education. She is on the editorial board of Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Accounting History, among other international journals. She is active in refereeing articles for a number of leading accounting journals. She was awarded with the prize from the Academy of Accounting Historians - 2009 Margit F. Schoenfeld and Hanns Martin W. Schoenfeld Scholarship in Accounting History, being also Trustee of the Academy since 2016.
Accounting History
Accounting Education
Accounting Profession
Public Sector Accounting
Selected publications
Teixeira, C., Gomes, D., & Borges, J. (2015). Introductory Accounting Students' Motives, Expectations and Preparedness for Higher Education: Some Portuguese Evidence. Accounting Education: An International Journal, 24(2), 123–145. DOI
Gomes, D., Carnegie, G. D., & Rodrigues, L. L. (2014). Accounting as a Technology of Government in the Portuguese Empire: The Development, Application and Enforcement of Accounting Rules During the Pombaline Era (1761-1777). European Accounting Review, 23(1), 87–115. DOI
Gomes, D., Carnegie, G. D., Napier, C. J., Parker, L. D., & West, B. P. (2011). Does accounting history matter? Accounting History, 16(4), 389–402. DOI
Gomes, D. (2008). The interplay of conceptions of accounting and schools of thought in accounting history. Accounting History, 13(4), 479–509. DOI
Gomes, D., Carnegie, G. D., & Rodrigues, L. L. (2008). Accounting change in central government: The adoption of double entry bookkeeping at the Portuguese Royal Treasury (1761). Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 21(8), 1144–1184. DOI
Complements of Management Accounting
Master's
Financial Accounting I
Bachelor
Ethics, Deontology and Accountability
Master's
Ethics and Deontology in the Accounting Profession
Bachelor
History and Theory of Accounting
Master's
Accounting History Research
Doctorate
Research Methodology and Transferable Skills
Master's
Seminar
Doctorate