Dr. Eve Lamargot holds a PhD in Management Accounting from HEC Montréal, a Master’s degree in Management Control from the Université Paris-Dauphine (France), and a Master of Science from Institut Mines-Télécom Business School (France).
Her research interests are diversified and focus essentially on management accounting and control systems, performance management, and cognition. She has a special interest in hybrid organizations and corruption.
Dr. Lamargot is also a passionate teacher and mentor motivated by the transformation of her students into knowledgeable, responsible professionals. She strives for placing her students’ learning and growth at the heart of her teaching activities. Her teaching style combines teaching and mentoring by walking the classroom, flipped classroom, peer-learning, case method, serious games (gamification), and caring.
Dr. Lamargot's current research projects revolve around the relationship between conceptions of performance and performance management.
Maier, E. R., & Lamargot, E. (forthcoming). Media Framing of a Scandal: The Path to Redemption or The Road to Perdition? (C. Gabbioneta, M. Clemente, & R. Greenwood, Eds.). Research in the Sociology of Organizations.
Lamargot, E., Lavoie, J. G., & Dantas, D. C. (2022). Mesurer la valeur publique des radiodiffuseurs publics: création d’un modèle pour le contexte canadien. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 39(3), 293–312. doi.org/10.1002/cjas.1657
BU 247: Managerial Accounting (also Course Coordinator)
BU 467: Advanced Management Accounting (Spring 2023: Sections H,J)
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