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Les séminaires de recherche CCAJ sont organisés par le département Comptabilité, Contrôle et Affaires juridiques de NEOMA. Ils sont ouverts à tous.

Si vous êtes intéressé, contacter : Pierre Lescoat, pierre.lescoat@neoma-bs.fr ou Elise Berlinksi, elise.berlinski@neoma-bs.fr.


Le calendrier sera régulièrement mis à jour

October 20th, 2:15pm – 4:00pm, NEOMA Paris Campus, Room 403

  • Yuval Millo (Warwick Business School)

January 22nd, 10:00am, NEOMA Paris Campus, Room 306

  • Nathalie Clavijo (TBS Education) – « Cracking a brick in the Master’s House: counter practices as counter-accounts of difference and survival » – Co-authored with Ludivine Perray-Redslob (emlyon business school) and Emmanouela Mandalaki (NEOMA).

March 15th – 2 pm to 4 pm – Paris campus, room 403

  • Oliver Bintz (ESMT Berlin) – « How Does Recognition of Forward-Looking Estimates Affect Learning when the Underlying is Mostly Determined by Macroeconomic Developments? Evidence from CECL » – Co-authored with Matt Philips (MIT) and Ally Lin (ESMT).

May, 27th – 2 pm to 4 pm – Paris campus, room401B and Zoom

  • Jeremy Morales (Bristol University) – “Commanding prefigurative accounting in the digital world:The case of the Heetch trial“; Co-authored with Penelope Van Den Bussche (Dauphine University)

June 20th

  • Jan Mouritsen (Copenhagen Business School)

Séminaires précédents


  • Rong Ding (NEOMA BS), « Do Director Networks Matter for Environmental Disclosures in Heavily Polluting Industries? Evidence from China »
  • Simone Traini (NHH Norwegian School of Economics): « Foreign Institutional Ownership and Corporate Tax Planning »
  • Jeong-Hoon HYUN (NEOMA BS): « Incentive System Design When Earnings Congruence is Low »
  • Yunqi Xu (NEOMA BS), « Equity-debt Dual Holdings and Demand for High-quality Audits »
  • Keith Robson (HEC Paris), « Technological mediation, mediating morality and the moral imaginaries of design: performance measurement systems in the pharmaceutical industry »
  • Han Wu (HEC Paris), « The (In)Visibility of Undisclosed Political Connections »
  • Chih-Chieh Hsieh (NEOMA BS), « Effect of Audit-Firm Membership in Alliances, Associations and Networks on Tax Planning – International Evidence »
  • P Seung Hwan (Peter) Oh (McGill University, Canada), “Do Audit Committee Members with Tarnished Reputations Learn from their Mistakes?
  • Crystal Yanting SHI (HEC Paris), “Internal Control Processes and Employee Job Satisfaction”


  • Pr. Sean Cao (Georgia State University): « How to Talk When a Machine is Listening: Corporate Disclosure in the Age of AI »
  • Chih-Chieh (Chris) HSIEH (NEOMA): “VAT Adoption and Corporate Income Tax Avoidance”
  • Stéphanie Thiery (ICN Nancy) and Stéphane Lhuillery (NEOMA BS, Finance Dpt), “Gender, Position, and Earnings Management”
  • Jeong-Hoon (David) Hyun (NEOMA BS), “When and Where Does the Tournament Prize Matter?”

  • Albert Kwame Mensah (HEC Paris), “Wisdom of crowds as a verification tool in bank lending: Evidence from borrowers’ customer tweets”

  • Wenhong DING (NEOMA BS), Heading into the Digital Age: Intelligent Manufacturing and Asymmetric Cost Behavior

  •  Wenxuan HOU (University of Edinburgh, Business School), Witchcraft and financial development

  • Pierre LESCOAT (NEOMA BS), Sustainable Careers and Performance Evaluation Systems: The Example of Investment Bankers


  • Pr. Olivier DESPLEBIN, Université de Rouen – « Blockchain et comptabilité ».
  • Pr Fahim Javed (Le Mans Université), Pr Mehdi Nekhili (Le Mans Université) et Pr Haithem Nagati (EM Lyon) – “Looking beyond homophily: Board gender quota law and the choice of gender-diverse audit partners”.
  • Pr. Pénélope Van den Bussche (Dauphine) et Pr. Claire Dambrin (ESCP) – « Assetizing the self: human capital on peer-to-peer platforms« .
  • « Knowledge sources of internal audit innovation« , Pr Marion Tellechea (ICN), Stéphanie Thiery Dubuisson (ICN) et Stéphane Lhuillery (NEOMA)
  • “We all have better things to do than do audit work”. Accepting compromises in audit work: An ethnography of junior auditors in Big 4 firms”, Pr Sébastien Stenger (ISG)
  • Pr. Thomas Bourveau (Columbia Business School, New York) « Public Company Auditing Around the Securities Exchange Act »