Senior research fellow, City, University of London

Jeroen is interested in the way the historical development of the corporate form can be understood from the perspective of organization studies and how these developments play out in and between discourses of law, finance, accounting, politics, corporate governance and public governance. He has published on these topics in the British Journal of Management, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Business Ethics: European Review, Business and Society Review, ephemera, and M@n@gement.

Jeroen coordinates an international project called 'The Modern Corporation'. For this project he organized international academic support for the writing and endorsement of a number of accessible and succinct papers on corporate governance in the fields of management (http://wp.me/P2TdaJ-3q), company law (http://wp.me/P2TdaJ-3o), politics (http://wp.me/P2TdaJ-3s), and accounting (http://wp.me/P2TdaJ-3m). These memos have been endorsed by leading academics around the world. For an overview of these memos see http://wp.me/P2TdaJ-j

Experience

  • –present
    Senior research fellow, Cass Business School, City University
  • 2012–2014
    Research associate, Cardiff Business School

Education

  • 2010 
    School of Management, University of Leicester , PhD

Publications

  • 2014
    Charity and finance in the university, Critical Perspectives on Accounting
  • 2013
    Politics of the corporation, British Journal of Management
  • 2013
    What is the corporation and why does it matter?, M@n@gement