Anne JENY is Professor of Accounting at the ESSEC Business School, elected member of the Board of Oversees and former head of the accounting and management control department. She obtained her Ph.D. degree at HEC School of management in 2003 and taught at the HEC, ESCP-EAP and EDHEC business schools before joining ESSEC Business School in 2002. She teaches in ESSEC in the Master in Management program, as well as in the PhD program and executive education, including customized programs (Marsa Maroc, Cross-Knowledge, Clarins, BPCE, CORA, SNCF, Banque de France). She is also academic director of executive customized programs. Her fields of expertise are in financial accounting, financial analysis, value creation and firms’ valuation, with a specific expertise on intangible assets and digital transformation.
Her research interests are financial information and capital markets, Intangibles valuation, Audit quality, IPO, and Gender issues. She has published articles in the following journals, Palgrave Communications (2017), Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory (2016), Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2011), Accounting in Europe (2009), Review of Accounting and Finance (2007), European Accounting Review (2006), Comptabilié-Contrôle-Audit (2004, 2005, 2009), Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal (2001). She also regularly publishes articles in the economic press (Les Echos, Accountancy).
She also serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of International Accounting Research and Comptabilité-Contrôle-Audit.