My primary areas of research concentrate on corporate governance. I study actors involved in corporate governance such as directors, shareholders, and executives; I analyze the practices that characterize corporate governance like board appointments, executive compensation, and disclosure decisions.
- Gender parity in corporate leadership
- Spillover effects of corporate disclosures
- Financialization: its manifestations, implications and causes
- Understanding student motivations in the auditing/accounting programs: An exploratory research, 2017, forthcoming at Finance, Contrôle et Stratégie, with Aude Deville and Véronique Peres
- Implications of economic shocks for CEO performance evaluation, 2017, European Accounting Review Vol 26 No 4, Claudine Mangen
- The challenge of sustaining organizational hybridity: The role of power and agency, 2015, Human Relations Vol 68 No 4, Claudine Mangen and Marion Brivot
- Discussion of “Are analysts’ cash flow forecasts naïve extensions of their own earnings forecasts?“, 2013, Contemporary Accounting Research Vol 30 No 2, Claudine Mangen
- Say on Pay: A wolf in sheep’s clothing?, 2012, Academy of Management Perspectives Vol 26 No 2, Claudine Mangen and Michel Magnan
- Corporate investments: Learning from restatements, 2009, Journal of Accounting Research Vol 47 No 3, Claudine Mangen and Art Durnev
- The spillover effects of MD&A disclosures for real investment: The role of product market competition, 2018, revise-and-resubmit at the Journal of Accounting and Economics, with Art Durnev
- Expertise and institutional logics: A case study of shareholder democracy in Canada, 2018
- Framing and voice in financial policy-making in Canada, 2018
- Shareholder activism and the challenges of shareholder democracy, 2018
- Uncoupling CEO cash pay from performance when bankruptcy approaches: The role of conflicting interests regarding CEO effort, 2018.