Claire Dambrin is Professor in Management Control at ESCP Europe Paris campus. She is currently the director of the PhD Programme on the Paris campus. She earned her PhD from Paris Dauphine University in 2005 and was professor in accounting at HEC Paris from 2004 to 2012. She was a visiting researcher at the Department of Accounting of the London School of Economics (2005) and at the Stan Ross Department of Accountancy of Baruch College (CUNY) in 2008-2009. She serves in the editorial board of Accounting, Organizations and Society, Management Accounting Research and Critical Perspectives on Accounting.
Claire Dambrin’s research is interdisciplinary and deals with the sociology of calculative devices. In particular, she studies the socio-institutional conditions of emergence and consequences of performance measurement systems. Another part of her research deals with gender and professionalization. Recent publications include contributions to Work, Employment and Society; Human Relations; Accounting, Organizations and Society; Critical Perspectives on Accounting and Management Accounting Research.