D. Reimsbach (Daniel)

Associate professor - Business Economics

D. Reimsbach (Daniel)
Visiting address

Heyendaalseweg 141

Postal address

Postbus 9108

Working days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Daniel Reimsbach is currently Associate Professor of Accounting at the Department of Economics and Business Economics at the Faculty of Management. He received his PhD from Duesseldorf University, Germany, in 2011. Afterwards, he worked as a post-doctoral researcher and assistant professor (2013-2016) at Duesseldorf University. He was also the interim Chair of Accounting and Risk Management at University of Hohenheim (Stuttgart), Germany. He received the post-doctoral degree of a "Habilitation" in 2015 from Duesseldorf University, Germany. He joined Radboud University in 2016.

Much of Daniel's research focusses on the role of accounting information in the realm of sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR). He examines questions related to how accounting information shape managers' CSR decisions, what and how CSR decisions are disclosed, and how investors respond to CSR disclosures. His methodological expertise is in experimental research both laboratory and online. His research has been published in highly-ranked international journals such as European Accounting Review, Strategic Organization, Business & Society, Academy of Management Discoveries, Business Strategy and the Environment, Journal of Cleaner Production, and Organizations & Environment.

Sustainability and Non-financial Reporting (including Carbon Disclosure)
Financial Accounting
Accounting and Governance
Experimental Accounting




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