Martin has taught managerial accounting in the Executive MBA, Full-time MBA, master and undergraduate accounting program. He received his doctorate degree from WHU-Otto Beisheim School
of Management and his master degree from University of Mannheim, both in Germany. Prior
to joining MSU, he has been an assistant professor at Rotterdam School
of Management in the Netherlands.
Martin's research focuses on the design of internal accounting practices such as cost management , target setting, performance measurement, and contracting. In his research, Martin cooperates and studies a variety of organizations in manufacturing, services, health care and
government. He has been recognized by the American
Accounting Association with the “Best
Early Career Researcher in Management Accounting Award" and “Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Runner-up
Award” in Managerial Accounting. He also serves on the editorial board of Accounting, Organizations, and Society and Journal of Management Accounting Research.