Department of Accounting

Simone Hasse
PhD fellow


My research project centers women accountants, their professional identities and career trajectories. I am interested in examining concepts such as value, talent, gender, morality/ethics and temporality.

My background is in social anthropology, and thus my research builds on anthropological analysis and ethnographic fieldwork. I have previously studied maternity leave in Denmark and the ontological and ideological consequences of this, especially in regards to women’s work and career. Regionally, I am interested in the Global North, primarily Denmark.

Primary research areas
  • Accounting and Auditing
  • Gender
  • Work and Career
  • Social, Political and Economic Anthropology
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Projects drawing on sociological theory, interested in examining people, professions and the social aspects of organisations, including questions of legitimacy and ideological developments.

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Simone Hasse Stavnsbo; Thomas Riise Johansen / Glem generationerne : Det problematiske ved at generalisere om generationer.
In: Revision & Regnskabsvæsen, Vol. 92, No. 7, 7.2023, p. 36-43
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