Veronica Casarin holds a PhD in Business Studies from Cardiff University (UK) and a Master of Philosophy in Accounting from the London School of Economics and Political Science (UK). Prior to joining ESSEC, Veronica was a post-doctoral researcher at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy), working on a EU funded project on the impact of public policies on firms’ competitiveness. Veronica was also visiting researcher at HEC Paris and was part of the organizing committee of the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference (IPA, Cardiff, 2012).
As part of her doctoral studies, Veronica has investigated the role of management accounting in the construction of innovation networks in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector. Veronica’s research interests are mainly phenomenon-driven and revolve around the areas of accounting and valuation as social, institutional and organisational practices. Prior to her doctoral studies, she also conducted quantitative research and published in the areas of private equity, family business performances, and knowledge strategy.
Currently, her research focuses on the mutual shaping between budgeting, performance measurement and valuation devices, and innovation in the context of hybrid organizational forms. Veronica is also exploring the use of qualitative and narrative tools for evaluating the impact of EU and regional innovation policies.
- 2016: Ph.D. Etudes de Commerce: Finance et Comptabilité (Cardiff Business School United Kingdom)
- 2011: M. Phil. en Comptabilité (London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) United Kingdom)
- 2017 – Now : Assistant Professor (ESSEC Business School France)
- CASARIN, V., LECA, B., LINDER, S. et ZICARI, A. (2023). Management Control and Stress: a Double-Edged Sword. Dans: Adrián Zicari, Tom Gamble eds. The Employee and the Post-Pandemic Workplace. 1st ed. London: Routledge.
- CASARIN, V. et LINDER, S. (2023). Employee Health for Strategic Adaptation: The Role of Enabling and Constraining Performance Measurement. Dans: Torben J. Andersen (ed.). Responding to Uncertain Conditions: New Research on Strategic Adaptation. 1st ed. Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 91-105.
- CASARIN, V. (2023). Calculative frames, compromising metrics, and the multiple values of innovation: The case of technology incubation in the UK. Accounting, Organizations and Society, In press.
- LINDER, S., LECA, B., CASARIN, V. et ZICARI, A. (2021). Designing Ethical Management Control: Overcoming the Harmful Effect of Management Control Systems on Job-Related Stress. Journal of Business Ethics, 172(4), pp. 747-764.
Presentations at an Academic or Professional conference
- CASARIN, V. et LINDER, S. (2022). Assessing the Ethicality of Performance Measurement Systems: A Principlist Perspective and Scale. Dans: 2022 European Academy of Management (EURAM) Annual Conference. Zurich.
- CASARIN, V. et ROBSON, K. (2020). Performing Hybrid Business Models as Problematics of Accounting and Organization: the Case of Innovation in Pharmaceutical Biotech Units. Dans: 36th EGOS Colloquium 2020.
- CASARIN, V. et ROBSON, K. (2019). Performing Business Models as Problems of Accounting and Organization: Accounting for Innovation in Pharmaceutical Biotech. Dans: 12th MASOP 2019 (Management Accounting as a Social and Organisational Practice).
- CASARIN, V. (2018). Calculative Frames, Performance Measurement and the Multiple Values of Innovation: The Case of Technology Incubation in the United Kingdom. Dans: 12th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting (IPA) Conference 2018.
- CASARIN, V. (2018). Performance Measurement and the Making of Innovation as an Economic Actor: The Agencements of Technology Transfer and Technology Incubation in the UK. Dans: 11th Workshop on Management Accounting as Social and Organizational Practice (MASOP) 2018.
Press article, video or other popular media
- 2023 – 2023: Panelist at the roundtable “Research on Innovation: Opportunities and Pathways to Collaboration” – ESSEC Research Day
- 2023 – 2023: Organizer of the distinguished guest program in management control – Distinguished guest: prof. David Stark (Columbia University)
- 2022 – 2022: Organizer of the distinguished guest program in management control – Distinguished guest: prof. Marc Wouters (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
- 2022 – 2022: Co-organizer of the 10th HEC – ESSEC joint research workshop
- 2020 – 2020: Co-organizer of the 8th HEC – ESSEC joint research workshop
- 2019 – 2023: Co-organizer of the research seminar series at the department of accounting and management control
- 2022 – Now: Member of the BBA pedagogical committee