Caroline Lambert received a PhD in Accounting in 2005 from the Paris Dauphine University. She taught at HEC Paris from 2004 to 2013 and in 2006 she won the Francophone Accounting Association best thesis award for her work on controllers' roles. Her research is primarily in management accounting and control, accountants and gender studies. It is interdisciplinary, critically orientated, and problem-centered, drawing on sociology and social theory to understand organizational and managerial rationality, performance measurement and management.
Articles written by Caroline Lambert
Key Ideas • The ‘up or out ’model prevents mothers fro moving up in the company hierarchy • Women (...)