Prof. Dr. Nadja Jehle

Department of Business and Economics

Professor of Accounting

+49 30 30877-1008

Postal address
Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin
Badensche Straße 52

10825 Berlin

Visiting address
Campus Schöneberg
Building B, Room B 4.24
Badensche Straße 50-51
10825 Berlin

1986-1992 Business Administration Diploma from the Technical University of Berlin

1992-1999 Associate at Ernst & Young (Berlin) und PricewaterhouseCoopers (Berlin and Paris), 1997 Degree as tax consultant

2000 Degree in mediation (conflict management)

1999-2002 CFO in a medium-sized industrial entity

1999-2009 Lecturer at the Humboldt University of Berlin, Berlin School of Economics and FHTW Berlin (both University of applied sciences)

2002-2005 Freelance tax consultant; lecturer for the preparation for the German tax consultancy qualifying exam

2006-2007 Full time visiting lecturer at the Berlin School of Economics

2007 Doctoral degree in Social and Economic Sciences on the topic: “Conflicts within accountancy firms”

2007-2009 Project Manager at the Accounting Standards Committee of Germany (DRSC-ASCG), Berlin

Since 2009 Professor of Accounting specializing in Behavioral Accounting at the Berlin School of Economics and Law, visiting professor at the Banking Academy of Vietnam, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City Open University, HCMC

Accounting (HGB – German Commercial Code, IFRS)

Financial Reporting


Behavioral Accounting & Auditing

Professional Service Firms

Behavioral Accounting

Audit Firms, Professional Service Firms

National and international Accounting

Financial Reporting

Control is good, trust is better? – Trust and its implications on agency problems. An empirical study of audit fees and management remuneration in Europe (2016)

Integrated Reporting – Value Added or Information Overload (2016)

Fraud Risk in the Audit – Fraud Detection Techniques in Theory and Practice (2016)

IFRS 15 – Revenue from Contracts with customers: Potential impact and implications of the accounting treatment of IFRS 15 in the life science sector (2016)

A Deeper Look into ‘Trustworthiness Rating’: Most Trustworthy Companies’ Financial Performance and Accounting Quality (2016)

Creative Accounting: Drawbacks and Opportunities (2015)

Integrated Reporting – An empirical analysis of the current state of implementation in the UK (2015)

Behavioral Accounting

Audit Firms, Professional Service Firms

International Accounting

Financial Reporting

National and international accounting

Planning and supervision of audits and reviews

Conversion from cameralism to double-entry bookkeeping in public institutions

Financial planning und budgeting

Analysis of company processes

See German profile

Cooperation with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young (Audit & Tax)

Various contacts with medium-sized audit firms and the German standard setter DRSC-ASCG