Research Accounting Auditing and Control Group
The Accounting, Auditing & Control group is rapidly developing and building a reputation for producing top level accounting research. Research expertise is concentrated in two main areas: Financial Accounting and Management Accounting.
Financial Accounting researchers study issues such as Insider Trading, Financial Reporting Quality, Conference Calls, IPO’s, Financial Analysts’ Decision Making and Accounting Research Methodology.
Management Accounting researchers examine issues such as Performance Evaluation Processes, Performance Measure Manipulation, Non-Financial (e.g., CSR) Performance Measurement and the Effects of Individual Differences between Managers on Organizational Outcomes.
Members of the Accounting, Auditing & Control group have recent publications in journals such as for exampleThe Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Contemporary Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, Journal of Accounting Auditing & Finance, European Accounting Review, Journal of Corporate Finance and Journal of Business Ethics.
Researchers of the group are active members of the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) and closely cooperate with researchers in other groups at the Erasmus School of Economics, such as the Finance group. There are also close ties with the Accounting & Control group at the Rotterdam School of Management. Together with the RSM group, the ESE AAC group hosts a highly acclaimed seminar series and regularly invites guests from international top schools. Click here to see a list of recent and upcoming seminars.
We are always looking for PhD students, post-doc researchers and tenure-track faculty with a high research potential to join our group. Interested candidates can contact Prof. dr. Maarten Pronk (firstname.lastname@example.org Financial Accounting).