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Judith Ströhle

Judith Ströhle

Judith Ströhle

Prof. Dr.

Assistant Professor for Sustainability Governance

Tigerbergstrasse 9
Büro 57-204
9000 St Gallen
Main Focuses

Sustainability Accounting

Corporate Governance

Non-financial Assurance

Fields of research

Sustainability Accounting

Non-financial Measurement

Corporate Governance

Impact Assessment


2015 – 2018 PhD (Doctor Europeaus) Economic Sociology and Labour Studies, University of Milan, Italy

2007 – 2012 Diplom (MA) Economic Sociology, University of Bamberg

2009 – 2010 Undergraduate Exchange, Bishop’s University, Canada 

2004/05 Rotary Youth Exchange Emerald State High School, Australia

2006 Abitur, Hellenstein Gymnasium, Heidenheim a.d. Brenz, Germany

Professional Career

2022 – present: Assistant Professor of Sustainability Governance. Institute of Accounting, Auditing and Controlling (HSG-ACA) and Institute of Business and the Environment (HSG-IWOE).

2022 – present: Affiliate Researcher ORP, University of Oxford, Said Business School, UK

2020 – 2022: Senior Research Fellow and Programme Lead, Oxford Rethinking Performance Initiative (ORP) University of Oxford, Said Business School, UK.

2018 – 2020: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Oxford, Said Business School, UK.

2017: Visiting Research Fellow, University Pompeu Fabra, IBEI, Barcelona, Spain.

2015: Visiting Research Fellow, University of Manchester, Global Development Institute, UK.

2013 – 2015: Manager International Relations, InterNations GmbH, Munich, Germany. 

2010: Internship, Foreign Ministry of Germany, Dpt. of Foreign Trade and Investment, Berlin, Germany. 

2008 – 2012: Research Assistant, University of Bamberg, Dpt. Labour Studies and Dpt. of Social Structure Analysis, Germany.

Teaching Activities
  • Corporate Sustainability Management
  • Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting
  • Sustainability for Financial Leaders



Research Affiliate, Oxford Rethinking Performance Initiative

  • Preis der Gerstetter Wirtschaft, 2022
  • ILERA Award for Best Paper of a Young Author, 2017
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