Christine FOURNES

Christine FOURNES

Associate Professor in Finance - Head of Contractual Research

Christine FOURNES
Discipline department
Law, Finance & Control
Teaching area
Financial Management
Accounting
Bio
Christine Fournès is an Associate Professor of Finance and Accounting. She joined EM Normandie in 2015. She has a PhD in management science from the Université de Nantes, awarded in 2012. Her thesis is on the emergence of auditors from the French Commercial Code 1807 to the 1966 law. Her main research interests are the history of auditing and accounting practices and management control and innovation. She is head of promoting research at EM Normandie.
Degrees
2012 : PhD in Sciences Management, Université de Nantes
Professional experience

Since 2015 : associate professor in business finance, EM Normandie
2012-2015 : professor in finance and business finance/head of department  "Performance Analysis", ESCEM Tour
2011-2012 : temporary teacher in finance, ESSCA Angers, ESA Angers, Université de Nantes et d'Angers
1997-2011 : consolidation manager, Système U - West
1992-1996 : management control and accounting Manager, Carrefour Laval and logistic Carrefour Le mans West

Christine FOURNES
Christine
Fournes
+33 (0)2 31 46 78 78
cfournes@em-normandie.fr

Publications

Publications

Year of publication

Type

Fournès Dattin, C 2012, 'Du Code de Commerce de 1807 à la loi de 1966, l’émergence du commissariat aux comptes. De la fonction à la profession', Ph.D. in Management, Université de Nantes
2012
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Fournès, C 2020, 'Lucien Bailly (1871 – 1940): an eccentric troublemaker and a real precursor. A short story of shareholders’ activism in France', Accounting History, vol. 25(4), November, pp. 518-535.. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE : 3 : HCERES: B ; ABS 2

2020
Academic articles

Fournès Dattin, C 2017, 'Developments in France regarding mandatory rotation of auditors: do they enhance the auditors’ independence?', Accounting History, vol. 22, no. 1, pp.44-66, February.; CNRS: 4; FNEGE: 3; HCERES: B; ABS 2 

2017
Academic articles

Fournès Dattin, C 2017, 'The emergence of statutory auditing in France and the recurring issues of independence and competence, 1867-1966', Accounting History, vol. 22, no. 2, pp.193-213, May.; CNRS: 4; FNEGE: 3; HCERES: B; ABS 2

2017
Academic articles
Fournès Dattin, C 2015, 'La mise en place d’organes de contrôle dans un environnement non contraint: Censeurs, commissaires, contrôleurs et inspecteurs des SA autorisées (1807-1867)', Gérer & Comprendre, vol. 2015/3, no. 121, pp.73-86, September.; CNRS: 4; AERES: B; FNEGE: 3
2015
Academic articles
Fournes Dattin, C 2014, 'The practice of statutory auditing in France (1867–1935): The case of Pont-à-Mousson and Saint-Gobain companies', Accounting History, vol. 19, no. 3, pp.351-368, August.; CNRS: 4; AERES: C; FNEGE: 4
2014
Academic articles

Fournès, C & Karjalainen, H 2019, “Impact of cultural factors on the implementation of statutory auditing: a comparative study of France, Great Britain, Germany and Belgium (1850-1929)", The 10th Accounting History International Conference, Paris, September 3-5. 

2019
Academic communications

Fournès, C & Ben Hamadi, Z 2019, “Success and rejection of innovations in management control: illustrations with Rogers’ conceptual frameworks within a SME”. The 2nd international conference on digital, innovation, entrepreneurship and financing, Valencia, Spain, December 2-3.

2019
Academic communications
Fournès Dattin, C 2017, 'Lucien Bailly (1870-1940): the white knight of minority shareholders or a simple speculator? A short story of minority shareholder activism at the beginning of the 20th century', The 9th Accounting History International Conference, Verona, Italy, September, 6-8
2017
Academic communications

Ben Hamadi, Z & Fournès Dattin, C 2016, 'Mise en oeuvre et adoption d'une innovation en contrôle de gestion au sein d'une PME : illustration et adaptation du cadre conceptuel de Rogers', 13ème Congrès International Francophone en Entrepreneuriat et PME, Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada, 26-28 octobre

2016
Academic communications