Prof Dr Ivo de Loo is professor of Management Accounting & Control at Nyenrode Business Universiteit.
De Loo received his doctoral degree in quantitative economics from Maastricht University in 1995 (cum laude), and obtained his doctorate degree from the Open University of the Netherlands in 2008. Before accepting his current position, he was Professor of Accounting at Aston Business School (Birmingham), Professor in Management Accounting & Control, Head of Research, and Program Director of the PhD-school at Nyenrode Business Universiteit, and Senior Lecturer in Management Accounting at the Open University of the Netherlands.
De Loo is interested in how management accounting and control is enacted in organizations, using insights from practice theory and the application of visual methods in particular. He has also developed an interest in research methodology over the years.Currently, Ivo is confidential counselor of scientific integrity at Nyenrode Business Universiteit.
Together with Prof. Alan Lowe (RMIT), Ivo received the Mary Parker Follett Award Outstanding Paper Award (2017) for the following paper: “[T]here are known knowns …” Some reflections on the nature and practice of interpretive accounting research, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 30(8), 1796-1819.
Between 2017-2019, Ivo has also been the conference co-chair of the Management Accounting Research Group (MARG) conference at Aston Business School, together with Prof. Elaine Harris (University of Roehampton). There are multiple research projects with international colleagues in which he is involved.