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Anette Mikes

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Full Professor
Department of Accounting and Control


Contact
Anette.Mikes@unil.ch
Anthropole, room 3025
Tel 021.692.61.02

Postal address
Université de Lausanne
Quartier UNIL-Chamberonne
Bâtiment Anthropole
1015 Lausanne

Teaching

bachelor Contemporary Challenges in Management Control
Related programme
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Management
master Risk Management (MCCF)
Related programme
Master of Science (MSc) in Accounting, Control and Finance

Research

Research areas

Risk management

Management control systems

Man-made disasters and climate change

Social and organizational practices of risk management

Ethical dilemmas in risk management

Events

Conferences

"Accounting and Risk Management, and Interactive Control Selection: Which, When and Why?
Paper presented at the Stockholm School of Economics Seminar,<br />
Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm,<br />
June 18, 2012,
Suède

Accounting and Risk Management, and Interactive Control Selection: Which, When and Why?
Paper presented at the American Accounting Association, Management Accounting Section Research and Case Conference,<br />
American Accounting Association, New Orleans, LA,<br />
January 12, 2013,
U.S.A.

Accounting and Risk Management, and Interactive Control Selection: Which, When and Why?
Paper presented at the Copenhagen Business School Seminar,<br />
Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen,<br />
November 19, 2012,
Danemark

Accounting and Risk Management, and Interactive Control Selection: Which, When and Why?
Paper presented at the Accounting Seminar, <br />
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL,<br />
September 28, 2012,
U.S.A.

Case Teaching Seminar: Teaching Accounting with Case Studies
Stockholm School of Economics,<br />
Seminar, Stockholm,<br />
June 20, 2012,
Suède

Counting Risk and Making Risk Count: Metrological Dramas in Risk Management
Paper presented at the Social Studies of Finance Conference, Paris,<br />
May 20, 2010,
France

From Counting Risk to Making Risk Count: Boundary-Work in Risk Management
Wharton School, Business Economics and Public Policy Department, Insurance and Risk Management Program, Philadelphia<br />
March 1, 2011,
U.S.A.

How Do Risk Expects Become Influential?
Professional Risk Managers' International Association,<br />
Boston Chapter Annual Meeting, Boston, MA,<br />
December 16, 2013,
U.S.A.

How Do Risk Managers Become Influential? A Field Study of Toolmaking and Expertise in Two Financial Institutions
Paper presented at the Contemporary Accounting Research Conference,<br />
Canadian Academic Accounting Association, Ottawa,<br />
October 26, 2012,
Canada

How Do Risk Managers Become Influential? A Field Study of Toolmaking and Expertise in Two Financial Institutions
Paper presented at the Global Management Accounting Research Symposium, Copenhagen,<br />
June 21, 2012,
Danemark

How Do Risk Managers Become Influential? A Field Study of Toolmaking and Expertise in Two Financial Institutions
Paper presented at the Information, Markets, and Organizations Conference,<br />
Harvard Business School, Boston, MA,<br />
June 7, 2012,
U.S.A.

Risk Management, Accounting and the Aftermath of a Control Debacle
Paper presented at the Management Accounting as Social and Organizational Practice,<br />
London School of Economics and Political Science, London,<br />
April 19, 2012,
Grande-Bretagne

Towards a Contingency Theory of Enterprise Risk Management
Paper presented at the 1st Management Theory Conference, Organizations, Occupations and Work Section,<br />
American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA,<br />
September 27, 2013,
U.S.A.

Towards a Contingency Theory of Enterprise Risk Management
Paper presented at the Management Control Seminar,<br />
Université de Lausanne, Faculté des hautes études commerciales, Lausanne, Switzerland,<br />
November 27, 2013,
Suisse

Towards a Contingency Theory of Enterprise Risk Management
Paper presented at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting,<br />
American Accounting Association, Anaheim, CA,<br />
August 6, 2013,
U.S.A.

Towards a Contingency Theory of Enterprise Risk Management
Paper presented at the American Accounting Association,<br />
Management Accounting Section Research and Case Conference,<br />
American Accounting Association, Orlando, FL,<br />
January 11, 2014,
U.S.A.

Assistants

Lucas Bamert
lucas.bamert@unil.ch
Tel: (021 692) 61.01
Room: 3026

  Antony Rullo
antony.rullo@unil.ch
Tel: (021 692) 61.01
Room: Ant. 3026

 
Janet Su
janet.su@unil.ch
Tel: (021 692) 61.01
Room: Ant. 3026

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Publications

63 last publications ordered by: publication type  -  year

: Peer Reviewed

In Press

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


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


2017

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


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.


2016

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.


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.


2015

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.


2014

Mikes A. (2014). The Kursk Submarine Rescue Mission (Teaching Note). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. (2014). Risk Management at Wellfleet Bank: All That Glitters Is Not Gold. Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. (2014). The LEGO Group: Envisioning Risks in Asia (A) and (B). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. (2014). JP Morgan Private Bank: Risk Management during the Financial Crisis 2008-2009 (Teaching Note). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. (2014). The Kursk Submarine Rescue Mission - Short Film. Harvard Business School Case, Winner of The Most Outstanding Short Film Award at the Global Risk Forum in Davos, August 2014.


Mikes A. (2014). Planetary Resources, Inc. (B). Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A. (2014). Risk Management at Wellfleet Bank: Deciding about 'Megadeals'. Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. (2014). The Kursk Submarine Rescue Mission (Multimedia). Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A. (2014). The Kursk Submarine Rescue Mission. Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A. (2014). Capitalizing for the Future: HSBC in 2010 (Teaching Note). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


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


Mikes A. , Migdal A. (2014). Enterprise Risk Management at Hydro One (B): How Risky are Smart Meters?" (Teaching Note). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. , Migdal A. (2014). Planetary Resources, Inc. (A) and (B). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. , Migdal A. (2014). Planetary Resources, Inc. (A). Harvard Business School Case.


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


Mikes A. , Yu G. (2014). Lehman Brothers and Repo 105. Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


2013

Mikes A., Hall M. ; Millo Y. (2013). How Experts Gain Influence. Harvard Business Review, 91, 70-74. Peer Reviewed


Mikes A. , Kaplan R. S. (2013). Towards a Contingency Theory of Enterprise Risk Management. Harvard Business School (revised January 2014).


Mikes A. , Migdal A. (2013). The LEGO Group: Envisioning Risks in Asia (B). Harvard Business School Supplement.


2012

Kaplan R. S. , Mikes A. (2012). Managing Risks: A New Framework. Harvard Business Review, 90, 48-61.


Mikes A. (2012). Accounting in Networks. The Accounting Review, 87, 346-349.


Mikes A. (2012). The Struggle to Codify Risk Management. Risk & Regulation, 24, 18-19.


Mikes A. (2012). The Appeal of the Appropriate: Accounting, Risk Management, and the Competition for the Supply of Control Systems. Harvard Business School (revised January 2013).


Mikes A. , Hamel D. (2012). The LEGO Group: Envisioning Risks in Asia (A). Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A. , Hamel D. (2012). Capitalizing for the Future: HSBC in 2010. Harvard Business School Case.


2011

Hall M., Mikes A. ; Millo Y. (2011). How Do Risk Managers Become Influential? A Field Study in Two Financial Institutions. Harvard Business School (revised October 2013).


Kaplan R. S. , Mikes A. (2011). Managing the Multiple Dimensions of Risk: Part I. Balanced Scorecard Report in Harvard Business Publishing Newsletters, 13, 1-6.


Mikes A. (2011). From Counting Risk to Making Risk Count: Boundary-Work in Risk Management. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 36, 226-245. Peer Reviewed


Mikes A. (2011). Stepping into the Unknown: How Companies Learn through Risk Management. FS Focus 50, 22-25.


Mikes A. , Kaplan R. S. (2011). Managing the Multiple Dimensions of Risk-Part II: The Office of Risk Management. Balanced Scorecard Report in Harvard Business Publishing Newsletters, 13, 1-6.


Mikes A. (2011). Becoming the Lamp Bearer: The Emerging Roles of the Chief Risk Officer. Enterprise Risk Management (pp. 69-85). John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Chichester, United Kingdom.


Mikes A. (2011). From Counting Risk to Making Risk Count: Boundary-Work in Risk Management. Harvard Business School (revised March 2011).


Mikes A. , Hamel D. (2011). Enterprise Risk Management at Hydro One (B): How Risky Are Smart Meters?. Harvard Business School Supplement.


Mikes A., Yu G. ; Hamel D. (2011). Lehman Brothers and Repo 105. Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A., Yu G. ; Hamel D. (2011). Auditing in the Post-Sarbanes-Oxley World. Harvard Business School Background Note.


2010

Kaplan R. S. , Mikes A. (2010). Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A. (2010). Enterprise Risk Management at Hydro One (TN). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. (2010). Jet Propulsion Laboratory (TN). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. (2010). Enterprise Risk Management at Hydro One (TN). Harvard Business School Teaching Note.


Mikes A. (2010). Enterprise Risk Management at Hydro One (Multimedia). Harvard Business School Video Case.


Mikes A., Rose C. S. ; Sesia A. (2010). J.P. Morgan Private Bank: Risk Management during the Financial Crisis 2008-2009. Harvard Business School Case.


2009

Kaplan R. S., Mikes A., Simons R., Tufano P. ; Hofmann M. Jr. (2009). Managing Risk in the New World. Harvard Business Review, 87, 68-75.


Mikes A. (2009). Risk Management and Calculative Cultures. Winner of the 2009 David Solomon Prize for Best Paper published in Management Accounting Research, 20, 18-40. Peer Reviewed


Mikes A. (2009). Risk Management at Wellfleet Bank: Deciding about "Megadeals". Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A. (2009). Risk Management at Wellfleet Bank: All That Glitters Is Not Gold. Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A., Tufano P., Werker E. D. ; De Neve J.-E. (2009). The World Food Programme during the Global Food Crisis (B). Harvard Business School Supplement.


2008

Mikes A. (2008). Chief Risk Officers at Crunch Time: Compliance Champions or Business Partners?. Journal of Risk Management in Financial Institutions, 2, 7-25. Peer Reviewed


Mikes A., Ahrens T., Becker A., Burns J., Chapman C., Granlund M. et al. (2008). The Future of Interpretive Accounting Research: A Polyphonic Debate. Critical Perspectives On Accounting, 19, 840-866. Peer Reviewed


Mikes A. (2008). Enterprise Risk Management at Hydro One (A). Harvard Business School Case.


Mikes A., Tufano P., Werker E. D. ; De Neve J.-E. (2008). The World Food Programme during the Global Food Crisis (A). Harvard Business School Case.


2007

Mikes A. (2007). Beyond Compliance: The Maturation of CROs and Other Senior Risk Executives. GARP Risk Review, 39, 12-18.


Mikes A. (2007). Convictions, Conventions and the Operational Risk Maze-The Cases of Three Financial Services Institutions. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 7, 1027-105. Peer Reviewed


2006

Mikes A. (2006). Enterprise Risk Management in Action. London School of Economics and Political Science, Centre for Economic Performance. Power M. (Dir.)


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 (5)
  • social and organizational practices of risk management

 
 
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