Miriam Maske M.Sc.

Miriam Maske M.Sc.
WOW 1.1 - Professur für Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre, insbesondere Controlling
Gebäude 36, Zimmer 2246
+49 89 6004-4635
miriam.maske@unibw.de

Miriam Maske M.Sc.

Short CV

  • Since 07/2017: Research Fellow and PhD Candidate, Bundeswehr University Munich
  • 12/2018 - 01/2019: Visiting Scholar at Macquarie University Sydney (Australia)
  • 06/2016 - 06/2017: External Lecturer, Bundeswehr University Munich
  • 07/2015 - 09/2017: Corporate Controller at an Insurance Company 
  • 01/2014 - 06/2015: Master in Economics and Management Studies with focus on controlling, finance and risk management, Bundeswehr University Munich and Linnaeus University Kalmar (Sweden)
  • 09/2010 - 09/2013: Bachelor in Economics and Management Studies, Bundeswehr University Munich

 

Research focus

  • Behavioral Management Accounting
  • Behavioral Business Ethics
  • Performance Measurement in Incentive Plans

 

Professional Memberships: 

  • American Accounting Association (AAA), 2019 - Present
  • Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e. V. (VHB). 2019 - Present
  • European Accounting Association (EAA), 2018 - Present

 

Conferences:

  • 10th EIASM Conference on Performance Measurement and Management Control 2019, Nice, France: “It’s okay as long as you make a profit: Superiors managers’ willingness to punish subordinates’ unethical behavior depends upon the subordinates’ financial performance” (funded by German Academic Exchange Service)
  • Empirical Research in Management Accounting and Control (ERMAC) Research Conference 2019, Vienna, Austria: “It’s okay as long as you make a profit: Superiors managers’ willingness to punish subordinates’ unethical behavior depends upon the subordinates’ financial performance
  • 81. Wissenschaftliche Jahrestagung des Verbandes der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V. (VHB) 2019, Rostock, Germany: “It’s okay as long as you make profit: Superiors managers’ willingness to punish subordinates’ unethical behavior depends upon the subordinates’ financial performance”
  • 42nd Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association (EAA) 2019, Pafos, Cyprus: “It’s okay as long as you make profit: Superiors managers’ willingness to punish subordinates’ unethical behavior depends upon the subordinates’ financial performance
  • 16th Annual Conference for Management Accounting Research (ACMAR) 2019, Vallendar, Germany: “It’s okay as long as you make profit: Superiors managers’ willingness to punish subordinates’ unethical behavior depends upon the subordinates’ financial performance”

  • Empirical Research in Management Accounting and Control (ERMAC) Research Conference 2018, Vienna, Austria: "Bonus payments and ethical concerns"
  • Annual Summer School on Experimental Research in Management Accounting (ERIMA) 2017, Bochum, Germany: "The link between objective performance measurements and ex post subjective discretional adjustments in incentive plans"
  • Empirical Research in Management Accounting and Control (ERMAC) Research Conference 2017, Vienna, Austria: "The link between objective performance measurements and ex post subjective discretional adjustments in incentive plans"