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Bio

Michal Matejka
Arizona State University

School of Accountancy

Education


Ph.D. in Accounting, Tilburg University (2002);
M.S. in Business, Masaryk University (1997);
B.S. in Economics, Masaryk University (1995)

Research areas


General areas: Performance target setting and executive compensation; decentralization and organizational design. Specific topics: Performance measurement and incentives of chief financial officers; target setting in loss-making companies; decentralization and the design of the accounting and finance function within organizations.

Academic Positions Held


Arizona State University (2010-),
University of Michigan (2003-2010),
University of Southern California (2002-2003)