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Prof. Sónia Nogueira 

Sónia Nogueira is a Professor of the School of Public Management, Communication and Tourism (EsACT) at the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB) since 2000. She becomes an Assistant Professor in 2013 at the same school. Currently Sónia is lecturing Public Sector Accounting and Public Audit and Management, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Her research interests are focused on Public Sector Accounting and Management, with an emphasis on the Local Government area – Financial Reporting.
Sónia was awarded her first degree in Audit and Management Control (School of Technology and Management, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança) in 1999, MsC in Management and Accounting (Economics and Business School, University of Minho, Portugal) in 2006, sufficiency researcher in Accounting and Business Organization (Business and Economic Sciences School, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain) in 2010 and PhD in Economics and Business – Local Government Accounting (Business and Economic Sciences School, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain) in 2012.
Sónia has been the author of national and international communications on Public Sector Accounting, specifically on local government accounting, such as the communication present in European Group for Public Administration (EGPA) Conference in 2016, Comparative International Governmental Accounting Research (CIGAR) Conference in 2016, others. She also is a co-author of the book “Balanced Scorecard Applied to Public Administration” (2007, Lisbon, Portugal: Publisher Team).
She has receiving the award “Luiz Chaves de Almeida” – 2010, attributed in 2011, for the research “Usefulness of financial information municipal for decision-making internal users: the case of the municipality of Bragança” and the frist awards by open concourse – Awars Accounting “Luiz Chaves de Almeida” – 2013 with the project title “The Financial Reporting in the Decision-Making of Political and Municipal Managers. Empirical Evidence for Portugal”, attributed in 2014.