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Anna-Karin Stockenstrand is senior lecturer at the Department of Business Studies. She received her Ph.D. from the Stockholm School of Economics in 2009. Her research interest is directed towards understanding how organisations are affected internally by demands from the outside. In this research she is mainly focussed on large banks and on understanding the different kinds of consequences of financial reporting regulations and standards. Anna-Karin’s research is funded by the Swedish Research Council and Handelsbankens forskningsstiftelser. She has also been awarded the Hans Dalborg scholarship for Research in Banking and Finance.
Anna-Karin teaches within the area of management control and financial accounting. She is track coordinator for the master track Financial Managment, and is a teacher in the masters course Integrated Funding, Accounting and Control (IFAC), as well as main teacher for the masters course Funding, Accounting and Control in Banks (FACB).
Anna-Karin has previously been granted a European Community Marie Curie Fellowship for pre-doctoral researchers and spent one semester at Manchester Business School conducting research as part of a cross-country comparative research project. Before coming to Uppsala University, she worked at the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen), mainly focusing on disclosure and reporting of financial assets in large Swedish banks. During the fall of 2015 she was a visiting researcher at the Department of Accounting and Finance at Manchester Business School.
During the fall of 2016 she is a visiting researcher at the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg.
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