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|Jasmijn Bol comes to the Freeman School from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she served as an assistant professor of accountancy. Bol's research focuses on managerial accounting, and during her time at the University of Illinois, she authored or co-authored several articles that appeared in prestigious scholarly journals and earned awards for her teaching and research. Among these awards was her recognition as the Best Early-Career Researcher in Management Accounting by the American Accounting Association. Bol received a Master of Science in international business in 2002 from Maastricht University in the Netherlands and a PhD in management in 2007 from Spain’s IESE Business School.|
Bol, J.C., S. Kramer and V.S. Maas. 2016. How control system design affects performance evaluation compression: The role of information accuracy and outcome transparency. Accounting, Organizations and Society, forthcoming.
Bol, J.C. and J. Lill. 2015. Performance Target Revisions in Incentive Contracts: Do Information and Trust Reduce Ratcheting and the Ratchet Effect? The Accounting Review, 90(5):1755-1778.
Bol, J.C., G. Hecht and S.D. Smith. 2014. Managers’ Discretionary Adjustments: The Influence of Uncontrollable Events and Compensation Interdependence. Contemporary Accounting Research, 32(1): 139-159.
Bol, J.C. and S. D. Smith. 2011. Spillover Effects on Subjective Performance Evaluation: Bias and the Asymmetric Influence of Controllability. The Accounting Review 86(4): 1213-1230
Bol, J.C. 2011. The Determinants and Performance Effects of Managers’ Performance Evaluation Biases. The Accounting Review 86(5): 1549-1575