Professor Ileana Steccolini
Professor of Accounting & Finance and Director of Research
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Ileana Steccolini is a Professor of Accounting and Finance, the Director of Research and PhD coordinator at Newcastle University London. She is an Adjunct Professor at RMIT, Melbourne and a Fellow, Queen’s Centre for Not-for-profit Research, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK. Before joining Newcastle University London Campus she was an Associate Professor at Bocconi University, Milan, a visiting professor at Nottingham Business School, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, the Universitè de Genève and at Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as well as a visiting scholar at Edinburgh University, University of Sydney, Macquarie Graduate School of Management.
She is the founder of the Accounting and Accountability Special Interest Group within the International Research Society of Public Management, a member of the Standing Scientific Committee of the European Accounting Association and of the IRSPM board, and a member of the Government Faculty Board of CIPFA.
She is an associate editor of Financial Accountability and Management and of Health Services Management Research, and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, and Public Administration Review.
She has published her work in a number of accounting and public administration journals, including Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Financial Accountability and Management, Management Accounting Research, Public Administration, Public Administration Review, Public Management Review, International Review of Administrative Studies.
Ileana is an interdisciplinary researcher whose research develops at the interface among public administration, management and accounting studies and focuses on:
- public sector accounting,
- performance management and accountability,
- reform and change processes,
- governmental financial resilience.
Ileana teaches Research Methods in International Business Management and Understanding Company Accounts.
She has taught at the undergraduate, graduate, PhD and executive levels and her teaching expertise encompasses financial accounting, public sector accounting and budgeting, public sector performance measurement and management, public governance, public management.
- Giacomini D, Sicilia M, Steccolini I. Contextualizing politicians' uses of accounting information: reassurance and ammunition. Public Money & Management 2016, 36(7), 483-490.
- Steccolini I, Jones M, Saliterer I, ed. Governmental financial resilience: how local governments face global crises and austerity. Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017.
- Sicilia M, Steccolini I. Public budgeting in search for an identity: state of the art and future challenges. Public Management Review 2016, (ePub ahead of print).
- Saliterer I, Sicilia M, Steccolini I. Public budgets and budgeting in Europe: state of the art and future challenges. In: Ongaro E; Van Thiel S, ed. The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Public Management in Europe. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2018, pp.141-163.
- Liguori M, Rota S, Steccolini I. Studying administrative reforms through textual analysis: the case of Italian central government accounting. International Review of Administrative Sciences 2016, (ePub ahead of print).
- Barbera C, Sicilia M, Steccolini I. The Participatory Budgeting as a Form of Co-production. In: Fugini,M; Bracci,E; Sicilia,M, ed. Co-production in the Public Sector. Springer, 2016, pp.27-39.
- Jones M, Barbera C, Steccolini I. Governmental Financial Resilience under Austerity; the case of English Local Authorities. London: Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, 2015. CIMA Executive Summary Report v.11 (3).
- Barbera C, Guarini E, Steccolini I. Italian municipalities and the fiscal crisis: four strategies for muddling through. Financial Accountability & Management 2016, 32, 335-361.
- Barbera C, Borgonovi E, Steccolini I. Popular reporting and public governance: the case of "Bilancio in Arancio" in Milan municipality. In: Gnan, L; Hinna, A; Monteduro, F, ed. Studies in Public and Non-profit Governance. Emerald, 2016, pp.3-30.
- Anessi-Pessina E, Barbera C, Sicilia M, Steccolini I. Public sector budgeting in accounting and public management journals: a European Review. Accounting Auditing and Accountability Journal 2016, 29(3), 491-519.
- Barbera C, Sicilia M, Steccolini I. What Mr Rossi wants in participatory budgeting: two Rs (Responsiveness and Representation) and two I's (Iteration and Inclusiveness). International Journal of Public Administration 2016, 39(13), 1088-1100.
- Ditillo A, Liguori M, Sicilia M, Steccolini I. Control patterns in contracting-out relationships: it matters what you do, not who you are. Public Administration 2015, 93(1), 212-229.
- DeLancer-Julnes P, Steccolini I. Introduction to Symposium: Performance and Accountabiliy in complex settings-metrics, methods and politics. International Review of Public Administration 2015, 20(4), 329-34.
- Arnaboldi M, Lapsley I, Steccolini I. Performance management in the public sector: the ultimate challenge. Financial Accountability and Management 2015, 31(1), 1-22.
- Bracci E, Humphrey C, Moll J, Steccolini I. Public sector accounting, accountability and austerity: more than balancing the books?. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 2015, 28(6), 878-908.
- Grossi G, Steccolini I. Pursuing private or public accountability in the public sector? Applying IPSASs to define the reporting entity in municipal consolidation. International Journal of Public Administration 2015, 38(4), 325-334.
- Piotrowski S, Steccolini I. Accountabilty processes in modern day government. International Review of Public Administration 2014, 19(2), 160-162.
- Grossi G, Steccolini I. Accounting for Public Governance. Journal of Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management 2014, 11(2), 86-91.
- Liguori M, Steccolini I. Accounting, innovation and public sector change: translating reforms into change?. Critical Perspectives on Accounting 2014, 25(4/5), 319-23.
- Liguori M, Sicilia M, Steccolini I. Public Value as Performance: Politicians' and Managers' Perspectives on the Importance of Budgetary, Accruals and Non-financial Information. In: Guthrie,J;Marcon,G;Russo,S;Farneti,F, ed. Public Value Management, Measurement and Reporting. Emerald Publishing Limited, 2014, pp.85-104.
- Saliterer I, Jones M, Steccolini I. Conclusion. In: Steccolini I; Jones M; Saliterer I, ed. Governmental Financial Resilience: International Perspectives on How Local Governments Face Austerity. Emerald, 2017, pp.229-240.
- Barbera C, Jones M, Korac S, Saliterer I, Steccolini I. Governmental financial resilience under austerity in Austria, England and Italy: How do local governments cope with financial shocks?. Public Administration 2017, epub ahead of print.
- Steccolini I, Jones M, Saliterer I. Introduction: Governments and Crises. In: Steccolini I; Jones M; Saliterer I, ed. Governmental Financial Resilience: International Perspectives on How Local Governments Face Austerity. Emerald, 2017, pp.1-16.
- Hyndman N, Liguori M, Meyer R, Polzer T, Rota S, Seiwald J, Steccolini I. Legitimating change in the public sector: the introduction of (rational?) accounting practices in the United Kingdom, Italy and Austria. Public Management Review 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Fattore G, Iacovone D, Steccolini I. 'Managing successful change in the public sector': a view from the consultants’ world. Public Management Review 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Liguori M, Steccolini I. The power of language in legitimating public-sector reforms: when politicians "talk" accounting. The British Accounting Review 2017, epub ahead of print.