I am a PhD candidate in Accounting at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management. Before starting the PhD in 2020, I completed an MSc in Accounting and a Research Master in Business, both at Tilburg University. My research focuses on behavioral topics in management accounting. More specifically, my research examines how the design of management control systems affects employee decision-making and motivation, and how cognitive biases distort decision-making within firms.  


Recent publications

  1. Demand-Driven Feedback Systems and Employee Creativity

    Dierynck, B., & Masselink, C. (2021). Demand-Driven Feedback Systems and Employee Creativity. SSRN.

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