Fatma joined the Department of Accounting in 2018. She holds a PhD in Management Science from Paris Dauphine University where she taught management accounting and financial accounting. She was also a visiting research scholar at the London School of Economics and a Post Doc at the ESSEC Business School of Paris. Fatma previously worked on the Douglasian and the Beckian risk sociologies. Her current research deals with organizational dynamics of risk management and institutional processes in audit regulation. She is also interested in the impact of blockchain technologies on auditing.
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Cost and Management Accounting, Msc in International Marketing and Management.
Cost and Management Accounting, Msc in Accounting, Strategy and Control
Cost and Management Accounting, Minor in Accounting and Finance
JEMAA, F. & BEN KHALED, W. (2015). Prudence as a moral origin of rising organizational practices. Revue Française de Gestion, 41(3), 93-108.
JEMAA, F. & GLEASURE, R. (2019). Keeping friends close and enemies closer: a critical analysis of discourse in Big 4 accounting firms. AOS workshop on Distributed Ledgers, London.
JEMAA, F., JEPPESEN, K.K. & MHIRSI, N. (2018). Danish versus French joint audit: Studying disruption to better understand maintenance and vice versa. 12th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Annual Conference, Edinburgh.
JEMAA, F. (2018). Recoupling risk management practices and ends: A field case study of risk management organizational dynamics. HEC research seminar, Jouy-en-Josas.