BiographyYuri Biondi is tenured research fellow of the CNRS and research professor at the ESCP Europe, in Paris. Graduate of Bocconi University of Milan, Lyon University, Brescia University and Paris I Sorbonne University, he is editor in chief of the journal “Accounting,
Economics and Law: A Convivium”, editor of the collective work “The Firm as an Entity: Implications for Economics, Accounting and Law”
(Routledge, 2007), editor of “The Socio-Economics of Accounting” (Socio-Economic Review, special issue, October 2007), as well as editor of the collective work “Accounting and Business Economics: Insights from National Traditions” (Routledge, 2012). He is past chair of the Financial Accounting Standards Committee (FASC) of the American Accounting Association (August 2011 - 2013, member since August 2010), and convenor of the SASE research network on Accounting, Economics and Law. His research interests include economic theory, corporate governance and social responsibility, financial regulation, as well as the relations between economy, accounting, and finance in business and non-business entities. (http://yuri.biondi.free.fr).