Assistant Professor, General Management, Managerial Accounting and Control & Sustainability

Profile

Diane-Laure Arjaliès is an assistant professor at the Ivey Business School. Before joining Ivey in 2015, Diane-Laure was an assistant professor at the Accounting and Management Control Department of HEC Paris. She received her PhD in business administration from ESSEC Business School in Paris and holds an MBA and a M.Sc. in organizational theory. She also has several years of experience in responsible investments at an asset management company. Utilizing qualitative methods, Diane-Laure investigates the introduction of non-financial performance measures in management control systems. She is particularly interested in the development of Responsible Investment (RI) and its impact on the financial markets. Her work in this area has won her several academic and professional prizes.

Teaching

  • HB1: Learning through Action
  • HBA2: C&S - Sustainable Finance

Education

  • PhD, ESSEC Business School & University Paris Ouest Nanterre la Defense
  • MBA & MSc in Management, ESSEC Business School
  • MPhil in Organizational Theory, University Paris Ouest Nanterre la Defense

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Arjalies, D-L., 2014, "Challengers from within Economic Institutions: A Second-Class Social movement? A Response to Déjean, Giamporcaro, Gond, Leca and Penalva-Icher’s Comment on French SRI", Journal of Business Ethics, August 123(2): 257 - 262.
  • Arjalies, D-L., Mundy, J., 2013, "The Use of Management Control Systems to Formulate and Implement CSR Strategy: A Levers of Control Perspective", Management Accounting Research, December 24(4): 284 - 300.
  • Arjalies, D-L., Hobeika, S, Ponssard, J.P., Poret, S., 2013, "Le rôle de la labellisation dans la construction d’un marché: Le cas de l’ISR en France, [The role of labellisation in the design of a market: The case of SRI in France]", Revue Francaise de Gestion, October 39(236): 93 - 107.
  • Arjalies, D-L., 2012, "Qu’est-ce que l’Investissement Socialement Responsable? [What is Socially Responsible Investment?]", La Revue du Financier, January/February 34(193): 7 - 19.
  • Arjalies, D-L., Goubet, C., Ponssard, J.P., 2011, "Approches stratégiques des émissions CO2: Les cas de l’industrie cimentière et de l’industrie chimique [Strategic Approaches of CO2 Emissions: The Cases of the Cement and Chemical Industries]", Revue Francaise de Gestion, June/July 37(215): 123 - 146.
  • Arjalies, D-L., 2010, "A Social Movement Perspective on Finance: How Socially Responsible Investment Mattered", Journal of Business Ethics, March 92(1): 57 - 78.

Honours & Awards

  • 2012-2015: Member then President (2015) of the jury of the academic price of the PRI - Principles of Responsible Investment (UNEP Finance Initiative).
  • 2014: nominated for the Syntec management consulting best article award in the category “Management / Human Resources / Organization” for ‘Arjaliès, D-L., & Mundy J. (2013), The Use of Management Control Systems to Formulate and Implement CSR Strategy: A Levers of Control Perspective, Management Accounting Research, 24(4): 284-300’.
  • 2012: nominated for the Syntec management consulting best article award in the category “Management / Human Resources / Organization” for ‘Arjaliès, D-L., Goubet C. & Ponssard, J-P. (2011). Approches stratégiques des émissions CO2: Les cas de l’industrie cimentière et de l’industrie chimique, Revue Française de Gestion, 2011, 6(215): 123-146’. Translated in English in June 2013
  • Best Thesis Award European FIR-PRI (French Socially Responsible Investment Forum & Principles for Responsible Investment) 2011 (€5,000).
  • Highly Commendable dissertation in the EFMD Emerald 2011 Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards in the Interdisciplinary Accounting Research (category sponsored by the Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal).
  • Second prize in the 2011 European EDAMBA (European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Administration) Thesis Competition (€1,500). Others

Experience

  • 2006-2009 - RI Analyst, Macif Gestion (Asset Management Company), France.
  • 2004-2005 - Social Economy Operations Manager, Macif (Private Mutual Insurance), France.
  • 2003 - Deputy Project Manager, Companieros (Ethical Educational Programs), France.