Dr. Lisa Baudot is an Assistant Professor in the Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting in the College of Business at the University of Central Florida. She received her Ph.D. from ESSEC Business School in Paris, France, where she lived, worked and studied for nearly a decade. Her research interests fall into a growing field of research that uses qualitative methods to examine how accounting and disclosure act as mechanisms to govern and regulate organizations. She also uses qualitative methods to understand the practice of auditing and its role in society. Dr. Baudot’s research is published in Contemporary Accounting Research, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, and the Journal of Business Ethics. Prior to her doctoral studies, she held several positions in external audit for a large public accounting firm and in operational audit and controlling for two multinational companies. She also holds certifications in public accounting (CPA) and internal auditing (CIA). Dr. Baudot has been a member of the UCF faculty since August 2014.
Research and Publications
Perspectives on the Role of and Need for Accounting Regulation
(2013). in van Mourik, C., Walton, P. (Eds), The Routledge Companion to Accounting, Reporting, and Regulation, Abingdon: Routledge, 207-227.
GAAP convergence or convergence GAP: Unfolding ten years of accounting change
(2014). Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 27(6), 956-994.
Review of: The Politics of Accounting Regulation: Organizing Transnational Standard Setting in Financial Reporting, by Sebastian Botzem].
(2013). Journal of International Accounting Research 12 (1), 78-81.