Dr Didem Gundogdu
Lecturer in Accounting
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +44 (0)20 7882 2325Room Number: Room 4.05, Bancroft Building, Mile End Campus
Student drop-in and feedback hours
Wednesday 11am-1pm (by appointment)
Member of the Accounting & Accountability Research Group (AARG)
Dr Didem Gundogdu is a Lecturer in Accounting at Queen Mary, University of London. Didem holds a PhD in Accounting, together with an MSc in Accounting and Finance from the University of Exeter. Before joining the School of Business and Management, she widely taught in the area of Financial Accounting and Reporting and acted as the programme director for an accredited undergraduate course in Accounting and Finance. She also delivered intensive courses at China Jiliang University and Nanchang University in China. Didem is committed to enhancing the student experience and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
BUS224 International Corporate Reporting
BUS334 Corporate Governance & Accountability
BUSM060 Corporate Governance
Didem’s research interests broadly lie in empirical capital markets-based accounting research and financial reporting. In particular, her research focuses on the role non-financial forms of capital play in firm valuation. Didem also has a special interest in corporate governance and is very keen to explore board dynamics with a view to understand how firms derive value from well-connected directors and the wealth of talent inherent in boards. Some of the areas Didem is interested in researching include:
- Social Network Theory and Analysis,
- Non-financial Forms of Capital (Human, Social and Symbolic Capital),
- Board of Directors and Corporate Governance,
- Current Issues in Financial Reporting.
- Gundogdu, D., Stringfellow, L. and McMeeking, K. The market value of social capital:A longitudinal study of board connectivity. Working paper.
- Gundogdu, D., McMeeking, K., and Stringfellow, L. The demand for social and human capital: The case of UK directors. Working Paper.
- Gundogdu, D. Accounting for intangibles: A critical review of the role of financial reporting in firm valuation. Working paper.