Sustainability Reporting and Accounting; Sustainability in Higher Education
CSR / SD, Management Control / Accounting
Kim Ceulemans is an Assistant Professor of the Department of Management Control, Accounting and Auditing at Toulouse Business School. She holds a PhD in Business Economics from KU Leuven – University of Leuven, Belgium and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Victoria, Canada. Her primary research interests are on the topics of sustainability management, assessment and reporting, and stakeholder engagement. Her work is mainly focused on the role of higher education institutions in sustainable development processes and she has published, amongst others, in Journal of Cleaner Production, Journal of Environmental Management, and Journal of Management & Organization. Prior to pursuing her PhD, she worked as a university sustainability coordinator in Belgium, where she managed innovative academic and outreach projects on sustainability, and led the sustainability reporting process at the university.
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- Teaching areas: Financial Analysis, Management Accounting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability/Integrated Reporting and Environmental Accounting.
- Research areas: Sustainability management; assessment and reporting; sustainability in higher education; stakeholder engagement; ethics, responsibility and sustainability (ERS)
- Proposed expertise:Sustainability reporting and accounting; sustainability in higher education.