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Dr. Sandra Kronenberger

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Raum:I-309
Tel.:+ 49 (0) 511 762-8213
E-Mail:kronenbergercontrolling.uni-hannover.de
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Lebenslauf

Beruflicher Werdegang

Seit 2015             

Leibniz Universität Hannover, Institute for Managerial Accounting (Institut für Controlling). Position: Scientific Researcher (Akademische Rätin)

2012-2015    

Karl Franzens University Graz, Center for Accounting Research, DART program. Position: Researcher

2005-2012University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics. Position: Teaching and Research Assistant at the Department of Economics
2007PricewaterhouseCoopers, Hamburg, Germany, 6-month exchange scholarship of the German Government
2006-2008Prva gimnazija Varazdin (Highschool). Position: Teacher of Business and Management in the international program International Baccalaureate (IB)
2002-2005University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics. Position: Assistant project manager in the Office for International Cooperation and Projects

Akademische Ausbildung

2010-2015Karl Franzens University Graz, Doctoral Program in Accounting, Reporting, and Taxation (DART), (Dr.rer.soc.oec.). Thesis title: Accounting Information in Debt Contracting
09-12/2014University of New York, Stern School of Business. Visiting Scholar

2003-2008 

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business, Postgraduate study of Banking and Finance (Mr.sc.)

1997-2002  

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business, Diploma study in Business Administration, specialisation: Finance (Dipl.oec.)   

1993-1997  

High School: Gimnazija Varazdin

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Corporate Governance                                          
  • Debt Contracting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Conservatism
  • Agency Theory

Veröffentlichungen

  • Šestanj-Perić, T. and Kukec, S. K.: The Role of Controlling for the Development of Planning, Information and Reporting Systems in SMEs, International Journal of Economic Sciences. II (2013), 1; 82-102
  • Divjak, B. (editor) et al.: Scientific and Development Projects: European Programmes (Original title: Projekti u znanosti i razvoju: Europski programi), (chapter in a book: Financial and legal aspects of international projects (Financijski i pravni aspekti međunarodnih projekata), pages 91-100) TIVA tiskara Varazdin, Varazdin, 2009, pages 294.
  • Divjak, B. and Kukec, S. K.: Teaching methods for international R&D project management, International Journal of Project Management 26 (2008), 251–257.
  • Miko, L. and Kukec, S. K.: Accounting (Original title: Računovodstvo), (book) TIVA, Varazdin, 2008, pages 284.

Working Papers

  • Kronenberger, S. K., Kronenberger S., Waldner, A.: Trade-offs in the Design of Fair Value Standards
  • Kronenberger, S. K., Weiskirchner-Merten, K.: Bank Representatives on the Board of Directors and their Influence on the Firm's Investment Decision
  • Katolnik, S., Kronenberger, S. K. and Schöndube, J. R.: Board Independence in Dynamic Agency: the Interrelation of Oversight and Advising.
  • Kronenberger, S. K., Kronenberger, S.: Signaling in Debt Contracting via Voluntary Verification of Timely Information.
  • Kronenberger, S. K.: Firm's Accounting Choice and Performance Sensitive Debt Contracts.
  • Kronenberger, S. K.: Renegotiation and Performance Sensitive Debt Contracts.

 

 

Vorlesungen

Seit 2018
Leibniz University Hannover: teaching courses
03-07/ 2017 
Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Department of Finance Accounting and Statistics – teaching the course “Accounting Theory” (5850 S4ATA2)
2015-2016 Lenze SE, Lenze Development Program - teaching the “Finance and Controlling Module”
2005-2012
Univeristy of Zagreb – teaching the courses: “Financial Accounting”, “Managerial Accounting” and “Financial Statement Analysis”

 

 

Fördergelder und Stipendien

  • Research project grant from the Leibniz University Hannover “A Multifaceted Influence of the Structure of the Board of Directors”, 2016-2019.
  • Research grant from the DART program for the research visit as a visiting scholar to the New York University, Stern School of Business, 2014.
  • Research grant (Förderungsstipendium) from the University of Graz for the dissertation topic “Accounting Information in Debt Contracting”, 2012-2014.