Ms Camila J Mateluna
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Sheffield University Management School
Camila Mateluna is a Doctoral researcher at Sheffield University Management School, Accounting and Financial and Management division. She is also part of the Centre for Research into Accounting and Finance in Context (CRAFiC). Her current research is framed within the field of accounting for sustainable development and is focused on the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals at organisational settings in the context of Chile. This research is supervised by Professor Ataur Belal and Dr. Mirna Jabbour.
Camila also holds a lecturer position at Universidad de Santiago de Chile where she has developed a teaching career from 2014 mainly giving financial and management accounting lectures in undergraduate programmes at the Faculty of Management and Economics. Within this position she has also collaborated in research publications in the fields of accounting and management.
Her previous education includes a Msc in Management Sciences with maximum distinction and a Bsc in Accounting and Auditing with maximum distinction, both at Universidad de Santiago de Chile.
- Master of Research in Management Sciences, Universidad de Santiago de Chile.
- BSc Accounting and Auditing (1° ranking) and Public Accountant and Auditor (Professional qualification), Universidad de Santiago de Chile.
- Diploma in Strategic Management for Sustainability and GRI Certified Training Course, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso.
- Research interests
Camila's main research interests lie in the field of sustainable development accounting, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability reporting. She is particularly interested in the Sustainable Development Goals and their implementation in organizational settings from an accounting perspective.
PhD funded by Becas Chile, scholarship granted by ANID (former CONICYT), Chilean governmental institution.
- Professional activities
Lecturer at Universidad de Santiago de Chile.