Uliana Gottlieb is employed as a PhD student at the Department of Economics. Her PhD project focuses on management accounting in farm context. Using qualitative and quantitative research methods, Uliana explores why and how managerial accounting is undertaken in farm businesses, how the use of management accounting practices is related to financial outcomes of the businesses and to the managers' financial literacy. Specific performance indicators are also explored in the context of ensuring farm animal welfare and accountability.
2021: Course leader and teacher in Financial and Managerial Accounting II (Ekonomistyrning II)
2018-2021: TA in Farm management and medium-run planning (Lantbruksekonomi och driftsplanering)
2018: TA in Financial and Managerial Accounting II (Ekonomistyrning II).
2018-2020: Country-profile research partner of the international IFCN Dairy Research Network (Kiel, Germany)
Uliana Gottlieb has a M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics within the double-degree Erasmus Mundus AFEPA program (Agriculture Food and Environmental Policy Analysis) from SLU in Sweden and Bonn University in Germany. Her B.Sc. degree is in Agribusiness Management from National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine. Previous work experience included managing a network of research partners at the International Farm Comparison Network in the dairy sector (IFCN), strategic policy consulting for the EU and the Ukrainian Ministry of Agriculture and a traineeship at DG AGRI, European Commission.