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Personal Docente e Investigador

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FRANCISCO JAVIER HUSILLOS CARQUES

Profesor Contratado Doctor Tipo 1

  • GESTIÓN DE EMPRESAS
  • Economía Financiera y Contabilidad

  EDIFICIO LOS MADROÑOS

e-mail: javier.husillosATunavarra.es

Teléfono: [+34] 948 16 9389

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

"Thirty for national profit, nations, and their systems of education, are heedlessly discarding skills that are needed to deep democracies alive. If this tend contiues, nations all over the world will soon be producing generations of usefull machines rather than complete citizens who can think for themselves,  criticize tradition, and understand the significance of another person`s sufferings and achievements."

 Marta Nussbaum, premio principe de asturias de las ciencias sociales 2012 in NOT FOR PROFIT

I joined the Public University of Navarra in 2017. My record evidences an internationally recognized body of quality scholarly research.  Since 2007, when I received my PhD, I have published articles in well-known international journals and I belong to a research network with members from universities located mainly in UK, but also in France and Spain. My record and the record of the members of this research group displays a sustained, internationally recognized research programme that has drawn on various theories and methodologies ranging from political theory to sociology. My previous work has been published in journals such us Human Relations, Accounting, Organizations and Society, Work, Employment and Society, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Critical Perspectives on Accounting or World Development.

 Publications 

Google Scholar profile:
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=8Lhg9-QAAAAJ&hl=en

Research Interests

Though the questions investigated are wide ranging, the primary focus has been on accountability, accounting information systems and  the accounting profession, broadly defined, and the effect of these on individuals, organizations, and society. In particular, I am currently interested in the exploration, from a Bourdieusian perspective, of the social and cultural dynamics inherent to the career trajectories of senior accountants. I am also involved in a project with Professor Jesse Dillard from Portland State University that analyzes the diffusion process of corporate sustainability reports and its co-evolution with social concerns over the sustainability impacts of large firms.

Research in Progress (selected)

  • Social and Cultural Capital among senior accountants: With professors Crawford Spence (Warwick Business School), Chris Carter (Edinburgh University Business School), Pablo Archel (Universidad Pública de Navarra) and Claire Dambrin (ESCP, France). We explore, from a Bourdieusian perspective, the social and cultural dynamics inherent to the career trajectories of senior accountants.
  • Co-evolution of sustainability awareness and reporting: With Rebeca Echávarri of Glasgow University and Jesse Dillard of Portland State University (USA). A formal model is developed to analyze the diffusion process of corporate sustainability reports and its co-evolution with the social concern about the sustainable nature of firms. The model provides counterintuitive arguments to the (mainstream) economic literature by describing the dynamics that motivate firms to publish sustainability reports when this practice involves negative material-payoffs, and to avoiding them in contexts of positive material-payoffs. It also describes the dynamics that turns the disingenuous behavior of firms into more responsible behavior, heightening social awareness.
  • Social norms and gender inequality among children: With Rebeca Echávarri of Glasgow University. The aim of this project is to characterize the contexts in which a substitutive/additive relationship arises between prenatal female disadvantage (materialized in sex-selective abortions) and postnatal female disadvantage (materialized in young girls’ mortality). The empirical validity of the model is examined for the case of India using the National Family Health Survey data (2004-2005).

 

 Welcome new PhD proposals to be developed under my supervision in my fields of research.

 

Research Grants (selected)

  • 2006-2009 – 130.680€ -  received from Spanish Ministry of Education to explore the contribution of Spanish firms to sustainable development. This project involves 14 researchers from the universities of Burgos, Zaragoza, St. Andrews, Illes Balears, Sevilla, Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla, and Cádiz
  • 2009-2011 - 18.000€ - received from Government of Navarra (Spain) to explore practices of accounting manipulation among Spanish firms.
  • 2009 -2012 - 130.680€ -received from Spanish Ministry of Education to explore the process of institutionalization of the accounting for sustainable development among Spanish firms. This project involves 13 researchers from the universities of Burgos, St. Andrews, Illes Balears, Deusto, Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla, and Cádiz
  • 2011-2013 - 15.000€ - received from Government of Castilla y Leon (Spain) to explore how to measure and report the Spanish firms contribution to sustainable development.
  • 2013-2015 - 31.005€ - received from Spanish Ministry of Education to explore the current state of the accounting for sustainable development in the Spanish organizations.
  • 2016-2018 - 25.000€ - received from Spanish Ministry of Education to explore the current state of the accounting for sustainable development in the Spanish organizations.
  • 2017-2019 - 116.976€ - Contabilidad y transformación de la gobernanza empresarial como contribución al desarrollo sostenibilidad (UBU058P1).

Teaching Interests

I have taught Financial Accounting at different levels, both in Spanish and English (IFRS). I also have teaching interests related to the area of corporate responsibility/sustainability and how financial accounting is related to this phenomenon. I have taught Undergraduate and post-graduate students and have been involved in programme design and course development in accounting and corporate social responsibility.

Expertise & Capabilities

Social and Environmental Accounting

Scienfic Methods and Methodology

Research areas

  • Social and Environmental Accounting, Critical Accounting, Behavioural Science, Accounting Ethics, Accounting Education

     

 

 

 

 

 

       
   

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