Professor Jasmijn Bol represents the international focus at the Freeman school. Born and raised in the Netherlands, Professor Bol has studied at universities in The Netherlands, Spain and in the U.S., and she consistently presents her research to communities across the globe.
Professor Bol’s research focuses on subjectivity in compensation contracting, and she has authored and co-authored several articles that have appeared in prestigious scholarly journals. She has also earned awards for her teaching and research.
To Professor Bol, the multicultural environment of New Orleans feels more like home than other places in the U.S., and she enjoys Tulane in part because of the rewarding challenge of working to grow and develop the Master’s in Accounting program.
Professor Bol teaches Accounting and Controls for Operational Risk, a master’s-level class about risk and control systems. Her classes go beyond lectures and textbooks, incorporating interactive pedagogy and lessons drawn from her own research.
Professor Bol is the PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Faculty Fellowship in Accountancy and has received awards including the Best Early Career Researcher Award and the 2015 Notable Contribution to Management Accounting Literature Award from the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association.
Professor Bol has been invited to give workshop presentations at more than 30 universities and organizations across the globe. She was asked to give a keynote address at XIV Congresso USP de Controladoria e Contabilidade in Sao Paola, which she delivered to more than 1000 people. The address was broadcasted on live television.
Professor Bol has been honored with teaching awards including the Raymond A. Hoffman Faculty Excellence Award from the Accountancy Department of the University of Illinois and the Alumni Association Excellence-in-Teaching Award for Undergraduate Teaching from the College of Business of the University of Illinois.
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
Education & Affiliations
IESE Business School, Spain, Ph.D. in Management
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Visiting Doctoral Student
Maastricht University, M.S. in International Business
Universitat de Barcelona, Visiting Student
Loves to play tennis, and has a signed photo of Rafael Nadal in her office.
Has visited 37 countries and lived in the U.K. and Spain.
Fluent in three languages and former ambassador of InterNations, a group for people from all over the world who live in New Orleans.