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Tiphaine Jérôme

Assistant Professor at EHL

Tiphaine Jérôme

Tiphaine Jérôme holds a PhD in financial accounting from HEC Paris and a Master’s degree in management science from the Sorbonne Graduate Business School and HEC Paris. She is a former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) of Cachan. She holds the French agrégation in economics and management (ranked third nationwide). She has been a visiting student at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam and at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Her research covers CSR reporting and corporate governance. Her research has been published in Comptabilité – Contrôle – Audit, European Accounting Review, Journal of Business Ethics, and Social and Environmental Accountability Journal. Her dissertation received the best PhD award from the French accounting association.

She taught in institutions such as ENS Cachan, HEC Paris, and Paris-Sud University and has several years of experience in the French professional accounting education. She teaches courses in financial accounting and managerial accounting.

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Carbon Accounting is not an Easy Road - but it’s Worth it

Environmental performance accounting systems have become key in corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategies and are the focus of attention in international business conferences. From the integrated reporting initiative led by the International Integrated Reporting Council to the Environmental P&L published by Kering in 2016, from the 'True Value' accounting methodology published by KMPG in 2014 to the Natural Capital Coalition standard released in 2016, the world is full of environmental accounting initiatives.

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