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Philippe Zarlowski joined ESCP Europe in September 2008. He is professor in the Management control department. He has been doing his teaching in management control, management accounting, performance measurement and value creation, as well as corporate finance and company valuation, financial disclosure, corporate governance and corporate social responsibility (CSR).
He has been conducting his research and published contributions in the areas of management control and performance evaluation, corporate governance and CSR.
He is a member of the board of AFC (francophone association of scholars in accounting, auditing and management control) and, with Olivier Saulpic (ESCP Europe) co-founder and co-organizer of MACORG (Management Control Research Group).
Before joining ESCP Europe, he has been on the permanent faculty at ESSEC Business School for ten years. At ESSEC, he has notably been a member of the scientific committee, elected coordinator of the management control and accounting department, elected representative for the permanent faculty at the enterprise advisory committee, and associate Dean of the Faculty. He has also been involved in the conception and management of various training sessions in management control and managerial finance for executive education-both in-company and general enrollment- programs. He has been collaborating with such companies as Eiffage (construction industry), Groupe Caisse d’Epargne and Banque de France (banking), Delphi Automotive Europe (automotive supplier), SNCF (French railway), Cora Hungary and Supermarchés Match (retail), among others.
He had previously been a research and teaching assistant and a lecturer at Paris Dauphine University and University of Tours in France, respectively.
He has been a visiting professor at Pompeu Fabra University in Spain and the SCANCOR research center, Stanford University.
He holds a doctorate in management (Paris-Dauphine University), a Master of Science degree in economics (EHESS/ENSAE) and he is an ESCP alumnus.
Philippe Zarlowski is generally interested in the study of macro-processes of institutional change and how they relate to micro-processes of change in practices.
He has notably conducted research on the diffusion and adoption of shareholder value-based performance measures in listed companies, the diffusion of Investor Relations Offices, the emergence of social rating agencies, and transformations in the French corporate governance context.
With Annick Bourguignon (ESSEC Business School) and Olivier Saulpic (ESCP Europe), he has conducted in the maintenance division of a large public transportation company a field-based research on the changes associated with the introduction of a management accounting system related to New Public Management ideas.
With Olivier Saulpic, he is coordinating a research project on the appropriation of an accounting-based management system in a public sector health-care organization.
His current projects also include a study of the question of performance evaluation for research activities.