Dr Gabriela Rozenfeld

Dr Gabriela Rozenfeld

The Department of Accounting
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Accounting

Contact details

Birmingham Business School
University House
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

Gabriela is a lecturer in the Department of Accounting, Birmingham Business School. Her research interests cover a range of management accounting topics with a particular interest in management control systems, inter-organisational relations and institutional analysis.


  • PhD Accounting and Finance, University of Birmingham, 2017
  • MSc International Accounting and Finance, University of Birmingham, 2010
  • BA (Hons) Business Studies, University of Derby, 2008


Gabriela joined Birmingham Business School as a Lecturer in Accounting in September 2017 having previously completed her PhD in Accounting and Finance at the same school. Her doctoral research explains the impact of institutionally complex environments on management controls deployed in inter-organisational networks. Prior to joining the Business School as a Lecturer in Accounting, she worked as a Lecturer in Accounting and Business at QA HE Business School. Gabriela also holds MSc in International Accounting and Finance from University of Birmingham. Between completing her master’s degree and beginning her doctoral research, for which she was awarded a scholarship, she gained valuable practical experience working as a semi-senior accountant in a local accounting practice.




Research interests

  • Management accounting
  • Management controls
  • Inter-organizational relations
  • Institutional logics


Recent publications


Rozenfeld, G & Scapens, R 2021, 'Forming mixed-type inter-organisational relationships in Sub-Saharan Africa: The role of institutional logics, social identities and institutionally embedded agency', Critical Perspectives on Accounting, vol. 78, 102232. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpa.2020.102232


Rozenfeld, G 2016, Dissident opinions on budgetary control systems in the 21st century: evidence from a multinational retail organization located in the UK. in EC Gardner & A Qamar (eds), Dissident Voices in Europe? Past, Present and Future. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 41-62. <https://www.cambridgescholars.com/dissident-voices-in-europe-past-present-and-future>

Other report

Frandsen, A-C, Bailey, N, Ben Khaled, W, Brackley, J, Hoskin, K, Mantzari, E, Rozenfeld, G, Sobkowiak, M, Thomson, I & Zakaria, I 2023, The Role of Improvised Role Play: Learning and Teaching Professional Ethics in Accounting and Finance. University of Birmingham.

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