Curriculum vitae

Van Den Bussche Penelope

Associate Professor
DRM

penelope.van-den-busscheping@dauphine.pslpong.eu
Office : P420

Latest publications

Articles

Van Den Bussche P., Dambrin C. (2021), Peer-to-peer evaluations as narcissistic devices: fabricating an entrepreneurial community, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, vol. 34, n°3, p. 505-530

Chapitres d'ouvrage

Van Den Bussche P. (2022), «Évaluez votre hôte ! », mais pas n’importe comment : l’évaluation en ligne sur les plateformes pair-à-pair, in Dauphine Recherches en Management, L’état du management, Paris: La Découverte, p. 75-83

Van Den Bussche P., Morales J. (2019), Performing (in) the community: Accounting, Biopower and the Sharing Economy, in Davidson, Nestor M. ; Finck, Michèle (1986-....) ; Infranca, John J., Handbook of the Sharing Economy, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, p. 348-361

Communications sans actes

Van Den Bussche P., Dambrin C. (2021), Assetizing the self: how peer-to-peer platforms manage a culture of capitalization, 42ème congrès de l'Association Fancophone de Comptabilité (AFC), Lyon, France

Van Den Bussche P., Dambrin C. (2021), Assetizing the self: how peer-to-peer platforms manage a culture of capitalization, 1ère conférence francophone en comptabilité critique et interprétative, Toulouse, France

Van Den Bussche P., Dambrin C. (2021), Assetizing the self: how peer-to-peer platforms manage a culture of capitalization, 13th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference, Online, Autriche

Van Den Bussche P., Dambrin C. (2021), Assetizing the self: how peer-to-peer platforms manage a culture of capitalization., 13th Management Accounting as Social and Organizational Practice (MASOP) Workshop, Paris, France

Van Den Bussche P., Dambrin C. (2018), Peer-to-peer evaluations as narcissistic devices : problematizing “communities” drawn from online platforms’ accountability relationships, 11th Workshop on Management Accounting as Social and Organizational Practice (MASOP), Copenhagen, Danemark

Van Den Bussche P., Dambrin C. (2018), Peer-to-peer evaluations as narcissistic devices : problematizing “communities” drawn from online platforms’ accountability relationships, Early Career Workshop in Management Accounting and Accountability, Birmingham, Royaume-Uni

Van Den Bussche P. (2018), Ca leur fait plaisir en plus » : Contrôle et valorisation du travail gratuit des utilisateurs dans le digital, le cas des plateformes collaboratives, , 7ème Colloque doctoral sur les Approches Critiques en Management, Grenoble, France

Présentation(s) dans un séminaire de recherche

Van Den Bussche P., Morales J. (2022), Commanding counter-accounts in the digital world: the case of the Heetch trial, in Research Seminar, Manchester Business School

Van Den Bussche P., Dambrin C. (2021), Assetizing the self: how peer-to-peer platforms manage a culture of capitalization., in Webinars NEOMA Business School, Online

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