Go to main navigation Navigation menu Skip navigation Home page Search

Reuter, Marek

Assistant Professor
Department of Accounting

Marek Reuter joined the Department of Accounting in 2018 as an Assistant Professor, after defending his PhD at the University of Innsbruck. In 2019 he was awarded a Wallander scholarship for his dissertation. Marek is also an affiliated researcher at the Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets (MISUM).

Primarily, Marek’s research focuses on the institutionalization and organizational implications of contemporary social and environmental accounting frameworks. He has, for example, studied the political nature of sustainability reporting standard setting or the nexus between environmental management practices and ‘green’ organizational identity. His research approach is strongly coined by qualitative methods and constructivist methodology.

Marek also has broad teaching experience in the area of management control, cost accounting, or the supervision of Bachelor and Master theses. Furthermore, he has developed and taught liberal education related courses in context of the business school.

Current teaching:

NDH301 – Management Control for Retail Management (Course Director)

BEE003 – The B&E Reflection Series

Selected ongoing research projects:

Füchtenhans, S., Li, R., Reuter, M., Strömsten, T.: Getting comfortable with climate scenarios: A study on making the TCFD scenario analysis auditable

Goretzki, L., Reuter, M., Sandberg, J. & Thulin, G.: Making sense of non-traditional results controls in post-merger integration

Messner, M., Reuter, M., Strömsten, T.: Constructing responsible actorhood in transnational supply chains

Reuter, M.: Environmental management and ‘green’ identity: An investigation into the social (re-)construction of responsible corporate ‘Self’.

Reuter, M.: An internal perspective on processes of social and environmental accounting legitimation

Research Publications:

Reuter, M., Messner, M.: Lobbying on the integrated reporting framework: An analysis of comment letters to the 2011 discussion paper of the IIRC. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol. 28 No. 3, pp. 365-402. [Link]

This website uses cookies. By using this website you are agreeing to our use of cookies and to the terms and conditions listed in our data protection policy. Read more