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Anette Mikes

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Publications

12 last publications ordered by: publication type  -  year

: Peer Reviewed

Articles

Mikes A. , Morhart F. (2017). Bringing Back Charlie Chaplin: Accounting as Catalyst in the Creation of an Authentic Product of Popular Culture. Management Accounting Research, 35, 66-82. Peer Reviewed


Kaplan R. S. , Mikes A. (2016). Risk Management - The Revealing Hand. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 28, 8-18. Peer Reviewed


Mikes A. (2016). Book Review: Making a Market for Acts of God. Organization Studies, 37, 1541-1544.


Hall M., Mikes A. ; Millo Y. (2015). How Do Risk Managers Become Influential? A Field Study of Toolmaking in Two Financial Institutions. Management Accounting Research, 26, 3-22. Peer Reviewed


Mikes A. , Kaplan R. S. (2015). When One Size Doesn't Fit All: Evolving Directions in the Research and Practice of Enterprise Risk Management. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 27, 37-40. Peer Reviewed


Mikes A. , Morhart F. (2015). Chaplin's World. Case study, HEC Lausanne.


Book Sections

Mikes A., Oyon D. ; Jeitziner J. (in press). Risk management: Towards a behavioral perspective. The Routledge Companion to Behavioral Accounting Research. Routledge, Oxford, UK.


Mikes A. , Zhivitskaya M. (2017). Managing Ambiguity: Changes in the Role of the Chief Risk Officer in the UK's Financial Services Sector. The Routledge Companion to Performance Management and Control. Routledge, Oxford, UK.


Mikes A. (2016). The Triumph of the Humble Chief Risk Officer. Riskwork: Essays on the Organizational Life of Risk Management. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.


In Proceedings

Mikes A. (in press). From Risk Appetite to Values at Risk: Exploring the Ethical Turn in Risk Management. GLOBAL Management Accounting Research Symposium.


Technical Reports

Mikes A. (2014). The Triumph of the Humble Chief Risk Officer. Harvard Business School.


Mikes A. , Migdal A. (2014). Learning from the Kursk Submarine Rescue Failure: the Case for Pluralistic Risk Management. Harvard Business School.


Curriculum

Work experience

Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Business School
July 2007 - July 2009

Assistant professor - Harvard Business School
July 2009 - August 2014

Professor - UNIL-HEC
August 2014 -

Academic honors

Laureate of the University of St Gallen's ACA Prize for Research in Financial Governance
Année : 2017

Récipiendaire : Anette Mikes


David Salomons Prize for Best Paper in Management Accounting Research
Paper rewarded : Hall M., Mikes A. & Millo Y. (2015). "How Do Risk Managers Become Influential? A Field Study of Toolmaking in Two Financial Institutions." Management Accounting Research, 26, 3-22.
Année : 2015

Récipiendaire : Anette Mikes


David Salomons Prize for Best Paper in Management Accounting Research
Paper rewarded : Mikes, A. "Risk Management and Calculative Cultures." Management Accounting Research 20, no. 1 (March 2009): 18-40.
Année : 2010

Récipiendaire : Anette Mikes


Keywords

  • ethical dilemmas in risk management
  • man-made disasters and climate change
  • management control systems
  • risk management (4)
  • social and organizational practices of risk management

 
 
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