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Dr Anne Steinhoff

Lecturer
EBS - Accounting
Dr Anne Steinhoff
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 874053

  • Location

    EBS.3.120B, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Spring term: Wednesday 1 pm to 2 pm (by appointment) and Friday 1 pm to 3 pm

Profile

Biography

Anne is a Lecturer in Accounting. Her PhD explores the impact of performance-based practices on employees living with the autoimmune disorder coeliac disease. The research draws on the lived experiences of employees and contextualises them through post-structuralist Discourse Theory taught by the Essex School of discourse analysis. Anne is interested in questioning and debating societal understandings of value and being a contributing or productive member of society. In her work, she brings together the areas of management, accounting, health, politics and post-structuralist discourse theory.

Qualifications

  • MSc Political Economy of the European Union London School of Economics,

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Lecturer, Essex Business School, University of Essex (1/10/2022 - present)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Accounting and health(care)

Open to supervise

Accounting Education

Open to supervise

Accounting in the third sector

Open to supervise

Accountability and counter-accounts in organisations

Open to supervise

Conferences and presentations

BUILDING AFFECTIVE SOLIDARITY THROUGH AGONISM-CAMPAIGN AGAINST VIOLENCE TOWARDS WOMEN AND GIRLS

RESISTING BUSINESS-AS-USUAL ORGANIZING FOR HOPE & JUSTICE IN TIMES OF SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL CRISES, 22/2/2024

Understanding the role of social workplace activities on performance in intellectual labour: A case study of celiac disease

Academy of Management, Boston, USA, 7/8/2023

Understanding the role of social workplace activities on performance in intellectual labour: A case study of celiac disease

CPA conference, Universidad National de Colombia, Bogotá, 26/7/2023

The politics of accounting: A temporal analysis of the Lava Jato scandal At Petrobras

EGOS Colloquium 2023, 7/7/2023

Building agonistic solidarity: Violence against Women and girls campaign

Gender, Work and Organization, Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa, 28/6/2023

Building agonistic solidarity: campaigning against misogyny

DISCOURSE THEORY: WAYS FORWARD, 2nd EDITION, Brussels, 23/3/2023

Speaking truth to funders: Alternative accountabilities in the voluntary and community sector during the pandemic

Alternative Accounts Europe 2023, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, 6/1/2023

Speaking truth to funders: Alternative accountabilities in the voluntary and community sector during the pandemic

Resilience and the Third Sector Conference at the University of Edinburgh Business School (UEBS), 10/11/2022

The Challenges of Celiac Disease at Work: A Research Agenda on Organizational Inclusion

Academy of Managment Annual Meeting, Seattle, 13/8/2022

Community Organising from a radical democratic point of view

Association for Social and Political Philosophy Annual Conference, 14/7/2022

Performance Measures and Coeliac Disease: An analysis of the lived experiences of employees in immaterial labour in the UK

Invited presentation, International Doctoral Consortium, Universidad EAFIT, Medellín, 15/6/2022

Coeliac disease and the British Equality Act 2010: an exclusionary experience in the workplace

Invited presentation, Social Policy Research Colloquium, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin, 8/5/2022

Capturing pandemic stories: (un)accountabilities for inequality in the Voluntary and Community Sector

Invited presentation, Research seminar with Dr Green, Dr Warren and Ms Woodward, University of Roehampton, History and Classics, 22/3/2022

Management accounting practices and long-term health conditions: Problematizing performance measures in the workplace

Qualitative Research and Accounting Conference (QRAC), Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, 17/11/2021

Management accounting practices and health: problematising the political nature of performance measures in the workplace

Invited presentation, Emerging Scholars Colloquium, University of Innsbruck, 6/7/2021

Management accounting practices and health: Problematizing chronic illness in the workplace

Alternative Accounts Europe Conference, Queen Mary University of London, London, United Kingdom, 5/1/2021

Performance Measures and Coeliac Disease: An analysis of the lived experiences of employees in intellectual labour in the UK

PhD Consortium QRCA Latin America 2020, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, 12/11/2020

Democracy in action – Extending Work-based learning to Community Action and Citizenship

Symposium Alternative Education/Educational Alternatives, Kaplan Singapore, Singapore, 29/7/2020

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Advanced Management Accounting (BE131)

  • Critical Debates in Accounting (BE133)

  • International Management Accounting (BE154)

  • Professional and Academic Development (Accounting) (BE907)

Publications

Journal articles (1)

Carter, D., Warren, R. and Steinhoff, A., (2023). The Anatomy of Tragedy: Starbucks as a Politics of Displacement. Accounting Auditing and Accountability Journal. 36 (1), 146-176

Book chapters (1)

Warren, R., Steinhoff, A., Glynos, L. and Roussos, K., (2024). The Accountability Assembly as a Counter-Accounting Performance. In: Handbook of Accounting in Society. Editors: Vollmer, H., . Edward Elgar. 978 1 80392 199 0

Reports and Papers (1)

Warren, R., Glynos, J., Roussos, K., Jimena, V., Steinhoff, A. and Crippa, L., Democracy in Action - Building Better Communities And Organisations Through Collective Decision Making and Action - Project Evaluation

Grants and funding

2023

Community360 KTP 22_23 R4

Innovate UK (formerly Technology Strategy Board)

Pursuing Independent Paths KTP

Innovate UK (formerly Technology Strategy Board)

Community and Residents Experience

North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group

Community and Residents Experience

North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group

Contact

anne.steinhoff@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 874053

Location:

EBS.3.120B, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Spring term: Wednesday 1 pm to 2 pm (by appointment) and Friday 1 pm to 3 pm

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