Angela Kate Pettinicchio

Curriculum Vitae

Angela Pettinicchio is Associate Professor of Practice in the Knowledge Group di Accounting & Control at SDA Bocconi School of Management.

Her research focuses on the following areas: 1) understanding and measuring financial information quality and earnings management; 2) analyzing the effectiveness of regulatory mechanisms applied at the international level aimed at enhancing financial information quality and transparency: in particular, auditing acitivity and SEC Comment letters; 3) identifying the best mechanisms that can be applied at the team level to improve audit quality and effectiveness.

Her works have been published in prestigious International Journals like Auditing, a Journal of Practice and Theory, The European Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, Economic Bullettin, The Service Industry Journal, Corporate Reputation Review and Economia & Management. She has also written books and chapters pubslished by MCGraw Hill, Elsevier, Pearson, Wiley and Egea. She has obtained the Best Paper Award of the European Accounting Review in 2018 and of Economia & Management in 2015. She has also written teaching case published at the international level on The Case Centre.

She is member of the Editorial Board of The European Accounting Review and of Journal of Management and Governance- She is Associate Editor of Journal of Corporate Finance and Accounting. She has been a visiting lecturer at London Business School and has tought Financial Accounting courses at Cass Business School in London. She regularly presents at international conferences like AAA (American Accounting Association) and EAA (European Accounting Association). Since 2019 she is a member of the Oscar di Bilancio (FERPI) committee.

She earned a BSc and MSc in Business Adminitration and Law from Bocconi University. After obtaining a Master in Research (with Distinction), she earned a PhD in Accounting from Cass Business School.

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