Prof.dr. Arco van de Ven RA

Prof.dr. Arco van de Ven RA

Full Professor
Expert areas: Accounting & Control (Accounting Information Systems, Internal Control, Management ), Business & Society (Corporate Governance, Strategic Corporate Governance), Context (Economics, Sociology, Technology), Finance (Corporate Governance, Financial Management, Risk Management), Health & Education (Business Processes), Information Technology (IT Governance), Management & Organisation (Business Administration, Change Management, Information Management, Risk Management)

Biography

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Dr. Arco van de Ven is Professor Internal Control, Accounting Information Systems at TIAS, the business school of Tilburg University and Eindhoven University of Technology. He obtained his PhD at Erasmus University Rotterdam where he has also been program director of the postgraduate Executive Master of Finance & Control and the postgraduate Master Certified Public Controlling (CPC). He has also taught various post-experience programs at Rotterdam School of Management and Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School. Professor Van de Ven has performed many (interim) functions as CFO, controller and consultant. One such role was CFO in the founding stage of a mortgage bank for Lehman Brothers in The Netherlands, ELQ-mortgages; CFO of the food wholesale P. Karsten Holding b.v. and various assignments in non-profit organizations. Arco is vice-president of the supervisory board of the housing association Trivire and chairman of the supervisory board of Supermarktfonds.nl. He has been member of accreditation committees of bachelor and master studies for NVAO and Quanu. Arco is also a member of the disciplinary council of the VRC (Dutch Association of Certified Controllers) and he was a member of the Exam Committee of TIAS.

Publications

  • Van Neerbos, L., & van de Ven, A.C.N. (2021). Horizontaal toezicht in de zorg: het belang van interne beheersing en vertrouwen. Maandblad Voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie,95(5/6), 179-190. https://doi.org/10.5117/mab.95.59653
  • Van Zetten-Donkersloot R, van de Ven A .C.N. (2021) Integrated reporting in het MKB: een casestudy. Maandblad Voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie, 95(3/4), 107-116. https://doi.org/10.5117/mab.95.50681

  • Van de Ven, A.C.N. (2021). Internal Audit vroeger en nu: complexiteit en onzekerheid. In van Twist M, Breedveld J, Vlak, M. (red). Auditors adviseren – Advies door en voor auditors. Rotterdam: Erasmus School of Accounting and Auditing (pp. 23-26).
  • Van de Ven, A.C.N. (2019). Risicomanagement en maatschappelijke waarde – het belang van een teleo-affectieve structuur. In Aernoudts, R., Minnaar, R., Visser, M. en Wagensveld (red). De performatieve professor. Liber amicorum for prof. dr. Ed Vosselman presented at his farewell lecture Management Accounting at the Radbouduniversiteit Nijmegen, pp. 93-101.
  • De Groot, T., & van de Ven, A.C.N. (2019). The classroom as a community of interpretation: Discussing earnings management practices as more than solely purposeful interventions. Qualitative Research on Accounting and Management, 16(4), 491-516. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/QRAM-10-2017-0095
  • Van Raaij, B.T.G., & van de Ven, A.C.N. (2018). Betere financiële prognoses in business cases door de toepassing van big data.  Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie, 92(9/10), 255-263. https://doi.org/10.5117/mab.92.27183
  • van de Ven, A.C.N. (2018). Administratieve Organisatie en Informatietechnologie: van fremdkörper op weg naar singulariteit. In Vaassen, E., Koopman, A. (red) Accountant en Ziener. Liber Amicorum for prof. dr. Hans Verkruijsse RE RA presented at his farewell lecture as professor Accounting Information Systems at the Tilburg University, Tilburg University, pp. 36-46.
  • Knoop, A.S., & van de Ven, A.C.N. (2016). Ontwikkelen decentrale controllers in de zorg zich tot business partners? Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie, 90(6), 226-237.
  • Wilms, I.R.J., van de Ven, A.C.N. (2016). Soft controls die het verschil maken, Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie, 90(4), 124-136. https://doi.org/10.5117/mab.90.31283