Research Output per year
I joined Strathclyde Business School in September 2016. My research is broadly concerned with accounting as shaping and as being shaped by individuals and social groups. Focusing on interactions between persons and, accounting devices and outputs, my research explores the forms of power which influence interactions and space let for resistance and agency.
Before joining the University of Strathclyde, I was a postdoctal fellow at Schulich School of Business - Toronto during two years. I hold a Ph.D in Accounting from University Paris Dauphine
Critical and Interpretivist approaches of accounting in various settings
Doctor of Business Administration
Master of Social Science
Bachelor of Social Science
Accounting, political rationales and financial access in Central America: the case of a Worker's bankCuencua, L. E. & Grisard, C., 10 May 2019. 52 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper