Professor Jasmijn Bol represents the international focus at the Freeman school. Born and raised in the Netherlands, Professor Bol has studied at universities in The Netherlands, Spain and in the U.S., and she consistently presents her research to communities across the globe.
Professor Bol's research focuses on subjectivity in compensation contracting, and she has authored and co-authored several articles that have appeared in prestigious scholarly journals. She has also earned awards for her teaching and research.
To Professor Bol, the multicultural environment of New Orleans feels more like home than other places in the U.S., and she enjoys Tulane in part because of the rewarding challenge of working to grow and develop the Master's in Accounting program.
Areas of Expertise (6)
Work Place Equality
Operational Risk Management
IESE Business School: PhD, Cum Laude, Management
Maastricht University: Doctorandus / Msc, International Business
Media Appearances (2)
Tulane University: Where data-driven leaders are made
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“Accounting is not bookkeeping,” said Programme Director and Professor Jasmijn Bol. “Accounting is the language of business. Your job is not going to be counting how much inventory there is and writing down that number. It’s high-level analysis that you need to do.”
The science of promotions: A Tulane researcher gives expert insight
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The “great resignation” may not be over yet, but plenty of workers still want to get ahead. Jasmijn Bol, professor and Francis Martin Chair in Business at the A. B. Freeman School of Business, examined the traits that make employees promotable. Her research was recently published in a co-authored article in Strategic Finance magazine.