dr. E. (Evelien) Reusen
Evelien Reusen joined RSM as an Assistant Professor in Management Accounting in 2015. She obtained her PhD at KU Leuven and was a visiting PhD student at Monash University and VU Amsterdam. In 2019, she visited the University of New South Wales.
Evelien’s research concentrates on the management and control of inter-organizational relationships. Her work has been published in Accounting, Organizations, and Society.
She teaches Management Accounting and Management Control courses at the undergraduate and master level.
K. Stouthuysen, I. Teunis, E. Reusen & H. Slabbinck (2018). Initial trust and intentions to buy: The effect of vendor-specific guarantees, customer reviews and the role of online shopping experience. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 27 , 23-38. doi: 10.1016/j.elerap.2017.11.002 [go to publisher's site]
E. Reusen & K. Stouthuysen (2017). Misaligned control: The role of management control system imitation in supply chains. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 61 , 22-35. doi: 10.1016/j.aos.2017.08.001
K. Stouthuysen, K. Schierhout, F. Roodhooft & E. Reusen (2014). Time driven activity based costing for public services: A field study in Belgian swimming pools. Public Money and Management, 34 (4), 289-296. doi: 10.1080/09540962.2014.920202
E. Reusen (2015, oktober 29). Management control in interfirm relationships: The role of imitation. KU Leuven (146 pag.) Prom./coprom.: K. Stouthuysen, F. Roodhooft & A. Van den Abbeele.
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