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Neil Dunne

Assistant Professor in Accounting

Room 214
nedunne@tcd.ie
01 896 2312



Neil Dunne is an Assistant Professor in Accounting at Trinity, as well as Programme Director for Trinity's Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting. Neil has over a decade of lecturing experience, and has also worked as a Chartered Accountant in both practice and industry. Neil's research takes an interdisciplinary and critical approach to audit and financial reporting, and mobilizes concepts such as impression management, strategic framing, and the influence of institutional logics.

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Dr Neil Dunne is an Assistant Professor in Accounting, and Programme Director for Trinity's Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting. An award-winning lecturer and researcher, he is a Chartered Accountant with many years' experience in both practice and industry. In addition to a Doctorate from University College Dublin, Neil holds a Bachelor of Commerce from University College Cork and a Master's degree in Finance from Trinity, with first-class honours achieved. Neil has been involved in course and syllabus design for a range of institutions in Ireland and France. Teaching responsibilities in Trinity include undergraduate and postgraduate modules in financial reporting. Neil also engages extensively in thesis supervision within the School. Neil's research takes an interdisciplinary and critical approach to audit and financial reporting, and mobilizes concepts such as impression management, strategic framing, and the influence of institutional logics. In connection with this, he has presented at a range of international conferences. Neil has also served as a judge at Chartered Accountants Ireland's Published Accounts Awards.

As the Trinity representative on the Irish Accounting and Finance Association, and as a facilitator for their doctoral colloquium, Neil helps shape the future direction of accounting research in Ireland and beyond. This role involves liaising with colleagues domestically and internationally, as well as providing guidance to new PhD students.

Neil's research takes an interdisciplinary and critical approach to audit and financial reporting, and mobilizes concepts such as impression management, strategic framing, and the influence of institutional logics.

 

Dunne, N. J., Brennan, N. M., & Kirwan, C. E. (2021). Impression management and Big Four auditors: Scrutiny at a public inquiry. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 88, 101170

  • Dunne, N. J. (2019). Auditors. In B. Lucey, E. Maher, and E. O'Brien (Eds.), Recalling the Celtic Tiger (pp. 21 – 22). Dublin: Peter Lang.
  • Dunne, N. J. (2019). IAS 39. In B. Lucey, E. Maher, and E. O'Brien (Eds.), Recalling the Celtic Tiger (pp. 167 - 168). Dublin: Peter Lang.