Years at SKEMA Business School: 3
 


Roland KONIGSGRUBER

Digitalisation
Paris



CV
Skills & Interests 
Research Skills
analytical modeling, game theory, political economy of financial reporting
Languages
German, English, French, Dutch
Expertise
IFRS, Financial Accounting Theory, Research Methods, Accounting Regulation
Qualification 
Scholarly Academic
Academic Degrees 
HDR  Université Côte d'Azur, 2018.
HDR  University of Graz, Austria, Graz, Austria, Business Administration, 2017.
HDR  University of Graz, Graz, Austria, Business Administration, 2012.
DBA  University of Graz, Graz, Austria, Business Administration (Accounting Emphasis), 2007.
Other  Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, International Relations, 2002.
Work Experience 
Associate DEAN of the Digitalisation Academy, SKEMA Business School (April, 2019 - Present), Paris, France.
Professor of Financial Accounting, SKEMA Business School (2016 - Present), Paris, France.
Program Director - Mastère Spécialisé Audit, Contrôle de Gestion et Systèmes d'Information, SKEMA Business School (2016 - Present), Paris, France.
Assistant Professor, VU University Amsterdam (September, 2012 - August, 2016), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Assistant Professor, University of Graz (January, 2004 - August, 2012), Graz, Austria.
Project Manager, Trema (Germany) AB (June, 2002 - December, 2003), Frankfurt, Germany.
Consultant, Ernst & Young Consulting (April, 1999 - July, 2000), Vienna, Austria.
Intellectual contributions
Articles in Journals 
KONIGSGRUBER, R., & Rybnicek, R. (2019).  What makes industry–university collaboration succeed? A systematic review of the literature.   Journal of Business Economics, 89 (2), 221–250.
KONIGSGRUBER, R., Groß, C., Perotti, P., & Pantzalis, C. (2016).  The Financial Reporting Consequences of Proximity to Political Power.   Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 35 (6), 609-634.
KONIGSGRUBER, R., & Boisits, A. (2016).  Information Acquisition and Disclosure by Firms in the Presence of Additional Available Information.   Central European Journal of Operations Research.
KONIGSGRUBER, R., & Palan, S. (2015).  Earnings Management and Participation in Accounting Standard-Setting.   Central European Journal of Operations Research.
KONIGSGRUBER, R., & Windisch, D. (2014).  Does European Union policy making explain accounting choices? An empirical analysis of the effects of investigations by the Directorate General for Competition on accounting choices.   Journal of Management and Governance.
KONIGSGRUBER, R. (2013).  Expertise-Based Lobbying and Accounting Regulation.   Journal of Management and Governance.
KONIGSGRUBER, R., & Groß, C. (2012).  What You Measure Is What You Get. The Effects of Accounting Standards Effects Studies.   Accounting in Europe.
KONIGSGRUBER, R. (2010).  Capital Allocation Effects of Financial Reporting Regulation.   European Accounting Review, 21 (2), 283-296.
Conference Presentations 
KONIGSGRUBER, R. & Preuss, S. (2019). How Do Corporate Political Connections Influence Financial Reporting? Towards a Theoretical Framework. Invited presentation at ARCA Research Seminar, VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
KONIGSGRUBER, R., Bleibtreu, C., & Lanzi, T. (2019). Politicians, Markets, and Firms: How Do Capital Market Reactions Influence Corporate Political Strategy?  EAA Annual Congress, Paphos, Cyprus.
KONIGSGRUBER, R. & Bleibtreu, C. (2018). A Theory of Political Connections, Corporate Governance, and Financial Reporting.  Corporate Finance Day, Antwerp, Belgium.
KONIGSGRUBER, R., Bleibtreu, C., & Lanzi, T. (2018). Politicians, Markets, and Firms: How Do Capital Market Reactions Influence Corporate Political Strategy? Invited presentation at Invited Seminar Presentation: WU Vienna, Vienna, Austria.
KONIGSGRUBER, R. & Bleibtreu, C. (2018, September). A Theory of Political Connections, Corporate Governance, and Financial Reporting. Invited presentation at Workshop on the Politics of Accounting, Innsbruck, Austria.
KONIGSGRUBER, R. & Bleibtreu, C. (2017, September). Politicians, Markets, and Firms: How Do Capital Market Reactions Influence Corporate Political Strategy?  Workshop on the Politics of Accounting, Paris, France.
Professional Service 
Academic Conference: Discussant/Moderator/Panelist
2017:  Accounting Research Workshop (International).  I was asked to act as a discussant at the Accounting Research Workshop
Chair: Conference / Track / Program
2017:  Accounting Research Workshop, Basel, Switzerland (International).  

Session Chair at Accounting Research Workshop

Conference Workshop Congress Organization
2018:  EIASM Workshop on Accounting and Economics, Paris, France (International).
2017:  Workshop on the Politics of Accounting (International).  I organized the Workshop on the Politics of Accounting. This is a workshop I founded together with a former colleague. It has been held at VU Amsterdam in 2014 and 2015 and the University of Edinburgh in 2016 before being brought to skema in 2017.
Reviewer: Reviewer for a Journal
2018:  Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance (International).  I was invited to review an article for the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance.
2017:  European Accounting Review (International).  I was asked to act as a reviewer for a paper submitted to the European Accounting Review