Before joining Maastricht University in April 2021, Clarence has lived and worked in Paris and Berlin. He holds a PhD in management from Paris-Dauphine University. The focus of his PhD research was on the introduction of sustainability accounting into organisational processes, exploring how accounting information related to social and environmental impacts can be disseminated to various stakeholders and help transform producers’ and consumers’ behaviours; thus making more sustainable business models economically viable.
At the Maastricht Sustainability Institute, Clarence will be active in teaching and education in the joint Master programme between York University and Maastricht University. He firmly believes that what students learn today will shape what will be possible to achieve tomorrow. As such, he will strive to support them in their explorations of the many modes of organising which make up our society and help them find, understand and apply the ones that reflect their aspiration to a fairer world.
Future of work
Professional career history
Since April 2021: Lecturer in sustainable business, Maastricht University
2020 - 2021: Adjunct lecturer in management, Université Paris-Dauphine, France
2020: PhD in Accounting, Université Paris-Dauphine, France