Stefan Linder is associate professor at ESSEC’s Department of Accounting and Management Control. He teaches in the BBA Program, the MiM Grande Ecole, Executive Education, and Ph.D programs. In his research, he studies the role of management accounting and control (MAC) systems for intrapreneurial behaviors, for (the prevention) of undesirable and unethical behaviors, and for the well-being of managers and employees subjected to exactly these MAC systems and how a non-maleficent, humanistic internal control can be designed. His work has been published, among others in, European Accounting Review, IEEE Engineering Management, Journal of Banking & Finance, Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Management. Prior to returning to academia, he worked as a management consultant.