Katerina Hellstrom CV

 

 

Katerina Hellstrom

 



E-mail:   katerina.hellstrom@hhs.se
 



CURRICULUM VITAE
 



Employment and working positions
1997 –   Teacher at the department of Accounting and Business Law, Stockholm School of Economics
2005 –   Lecturer in accounting and finance at SSE Russia
1997 –   Lecturer in accounting and finance at SSE Riga
1990 – 1992   Booking officer, Aeroflot Airlines
1987 – 1990   Teacher at Charles University, Prague

Education
2004   Licentiate of Economics at Stockholm School of Economics
1997 –   Master of Science (Business Administration) at Stockholm School of Economics
1987   Master of Arts (literature and linguistics) at Charles University, Prague

Teaching experience
1998 –   Undergraduate level at Stockholm School of Economics
· Basic Accounting (term 2)
· Accounting and Finance (term 3)
· Financial Analysis (term 5)
· Corporate Valuation (term 5 and 6)
· Supervisor of undergraduate theses
1997 –   Undergraduate level at the SSE Riga
· Accounting and Finance (term 4)
2002 –   Executive education at Stockholm School of Economics (examples)
· Executive MBA- General Management
· Executive MBA-IT
· Leadership program for health sector
· General management, coordinator of the international week
2002   Executive MBA at SSE Riga
2005 –   Executive MBA at SSE Russia
2001 – 2002   Lecturer at the Royal College of Technology, Stockholm
· Industrial Economics
2004–   Lecturer at Stockholm University
· The Economics of Communication

Pedagogical Education
2001 – 2002   International Teachers' Program at Manchester Business School

Publications
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  The Value Relevance of Financial Accounting Information in a Transition Economy: The Case of the Czech Republic, opean Accounting Review 15 (3), , pp. 325-349
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  Accounting Quality in Transition: Market-based and Accounting-based Attributes of the Czech Accounting Information, paper presented at EAA Congress, Dublin 2006
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  The Quality of Financial Accounting Information in the Czech Republic, paper presented at EAA Congress, Prague 2004
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  Accounting in Times of Transition – A Case Study of the Czech Republic, paper presented at EAA Congress, Antwerp, 1998

Publications outside the accounting area
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  Danish syntax – teaching compendium, Charles University, Prague, 1989
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  Danish Pronunciation – teaching compendium, Charles University, Prague, 1989
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  Torgny Lindgren – “Legendy”, translation from Swedish to Czech, in ”Svetova literatura” 1991

Other
2007 –   Member of the municipal board for higher education in T?by, Sweden
1992 – 1993   Maternity leave