Martin received his doctorate degree from WHU-Otto Beisheim School
of Management and his master degree from University of Mannheim in Germany. Prior
to joining MSU, he has worked as an assistant professor at Rotterdam School
of Management in the Netherlands. Martin has taught cost and managerial
accounting both at the master and undergraduate level. In his research, Martin
examines managerial accounting practices such as cost management and target
setting in a variety of organizational settings such as health care,
government, and the service industry.
Trust and Interfirm Contracts”, with Anjana Susarla and Ranjani Krishnan, Management Science, forthcoming
“Relative Target Setting and Cooperation“, with Stephan
Kramer, Michal Matejka, and Nick Hoffmeister, Journal of Accounting Research (2019), 57 (1), 211-239.
Performance Evaluation and the Ratchet Effect“, with Pablo Casas-Arce, Michal
Matejka and Matthias D. Mahlendorf, Contemporary
Accounting Research (2018), 35(4), 1702-1731.
“Unraveling the Black Box of Cost Behavior: an
Empirical Investigation of Risk Drivers, Managerial Resource Procurement, and
Cost Elasticity“, with Ranjani Krishnan and Matthias D. Mahlendorf, The Accounting Review (2015), 90 (6),
“The Impact of Changes in Regulation on Cost
Behavior“, with Ranjani Krishnan and Matthias D. Mahlendorf, Contemporary Accounting Research (2015),32 (2), 534-566.