PhD defence: Anne Krebs

In order to obtain the PhD degree, Anne Krebs has submitted her thesis entitled: Accountable, Operable Knowledge - Toward Value Representations of Individual Knowledge in Accounting

 
Mandag, 2 juli, 2018 - 13:00 to 15:00
Concerned with the management and control of the forces that drive the “knowledge economy” this thesis proposes a concept for non-financial accountancy enabled by generic calculative devices.
The measurement unit, The Intangible Currency™ (TIC), distributed in a web-based system, Intellectual Capital Management Control System, (ICMCS), visualizes and value individual knowledge and competence in budgets, accounts and reports. ICMCS creates access for management to globally allocate individual knowledge and competence through calculative processes comparing the quality and relevance of available human capital.
 
Supervisors:
Professor Jan Mouritsen
Department of Operations Management
Copenhagen Business School
 
Professor MSO Kim Sundtoft Hald
Department of Department of Operations Management
Copenhagen Business School
  
Assessment Committee:
Professor MSO Sof Thrane (chair)
Department of Operations Management
Copenhagen Business School 
 
Associate Professor Federica Ricceri
Department of Economics and Management
University of Padua
 
Professor Bino Catasús
School of Business
University of Stockholm
 
Thesis:
 
Reception:
The Doctoral School of Business and Management will host a reception, which will take place immediately after the defence at Rotunden at Solbjerg Plads  
 
 
 
Organised by
Organised by The Doctoral School of Business and Management
Date
2 July 2018
Time
13.00 – 15.00 PM
Location
Copenhagen Business School 
Solbjerg Plads 3
2000 Frederiksberg
SPs13 Velux Aud.

 

 
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