Dr Juliana Meira

PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons)

Lecturer in Management Accounting

Room: B.056
Phone: +44 (0)114 222 3466
Email: j.m.meira@sheffield.ac.uk
TwitterID:  @jmeirasheffield
 

Dr Juliana Meira's research interests focuses on supply chain accounting, accounting and employment relations, performance measurement, and management accounting innovations. She has experience working with a variety of methodological approaches: survey, action research, case study, and mixed methods. She has worked in accounting and auditing firms, and has conducted research in the agribusiness and manufacturing sectors in Brazil. She has received funding from Brazilian Government, CAPES and CNPq for research and coordination of academic events. She is currently a CI of the ESRC funded research project: Supply Chain Accounting and Employment Practices in the rising economies: Global commodity chains, cost effectiveness and competitiveness (http://scaemp.group.shef.ac.uk). She has been teaching in accounting since 2002 and is the module leader for the Strategic Management Accounting MBA module.

Teaching

Juliana currently teaches on the following modules

  • MGT6221 Strategic Management Accounting
  • MGT6095 Performance Measurement
  • MGT354 Advances in Management Accounting

Research

She belongs to LSCM and CRAFiC Research Centres, and her research interests are

  1. Supply chain accounting
  2. Accounting and employment relations
  3. Performance measurement
  4. Management accounting innovations

PhD Supervision

Juliana is currently working with Professor John Cullen on the supervision of a PhD project on supply chain accounting, and is involved in two other potential projects looking at a) accounting and employment practices in outsourcing in the textile industry; and b) management accounting innovations, such as activity-based costing, target costing, competitor performance appraisal and competitor costing.

Key Projects / Grants

Title/ Description Awarding body Dates People Involved Amount

Supply chain accounting and employment practices in the rising economies: global commodity chains, cost effectiveness and competitiveness

ESRC Grant ref. ES/K006452/1

2013-2016

Pauline Dibben (PI)
John Cullen
Phil Johnson
Geoffrey Wood
Luiz Miranda
Juliana Meira (CI)
Debby Bonnin

 £326,133 (consisting of £214, 801 in addition to 2 PhD studentships)

Professional Activities, Recognition and Other Information

Editor of the Accounting Information Review (Brazil)
Reviewer for Brazilian journals : ReCont, Agronegocio, UnB Contabil