Martin Artz is Associate Professor of Management Accounting and Control at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.
Before joining Frankfurt School, he has been Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of Mannheim. In addition, he was visiting researcher at Tilburg School of Economics and Management, at University of Washington, Seattle, and at Michigan State University, East Lansing. He graduated in 2006 in business administration and received his doctoral degree in 2010 both at the University of Mannheim.
In his research, he investigates topics such as target setting and budgeting, performance measurement and incentives, as well as organizational design, especially in customer-centered organizations. He has published articles in major academic journals including Accounting, Organizations and Society, Journal of Marketing, and Journal of Marketing Research, and serves on the editorial board of Accounting, Organizations and Society. For his dissertation on management control in marketing and sales, he received the Péter Horváth Management Accounting Award.
Martin Artz teaches at Frankfurt School management accounting, management control, and strategy implementation in the Master, MBA, EMBA, and Doctoral Program. He has consulted or trained managers in international companies in diverse industries such as fashion, mechanical engineering, sports, transportation, consumer goods, and financial services.