F.G.H. (Frank) Hartmann

Full Professor
RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Fellow ERIM
Field: Finance & Accounting
Affiliated since 2005

Frank Hartmann is a professor at the Department of Accounting & Control, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).



His research activities focus on investigating management control system design. He has published widely on this topic both nationally and internationally, and teaches the subject in post-graduate controller and PhD programs in various countries.



Before joining RSM, Professor Hartmann held a faculty position at the University in Amsterdam where he was appointed full professor in 1998 and became founding director of the university's business school.



He has held visiting researcher and lecturer positions at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, the USA, Pablo de Olavide University in Seville, Spain, Bocconi University in Milan, Italy, University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, University of the Dutch Antilles in Curaçao, and the University of Sydney in Australia.



He received his PhD from Maastricht University in 1997.

  • F.G.H. Hartmann (2017). Thinking behavior under accountability. Financial Management.
  • R. Anthony, V. Govindarajan, F.G.H. Hartmann, K. Kraus & G. Nillson (2014). Management Control Systems. London: McGraw-Hill
  • F.G.H. Hartmann & J. Bouwens (2014). Management Control Systems. Amsterdam: Wolters-Noordhoff
  • F.G.H. Hartmann & S. Slapnicar (2008). Objective rewarding, managerial motivation and organizational commitment: the intervening role of justice. In Studies in Managerial and Financial Accounting (pp. 127-144). Emerald Publishing Group Limited
  • F.G.H. Hartmann (2007). Do Accounting Performance Measures Indeed Reduce Managerial Ambiguity Under Uncertainty? In J.Y. Lee & M.J. Epstein (Eds.), Advances in Management Accounting (volume 16) (pp. 159-180). Oxford: Elsevier JAI
  • F.G.H. Hartmann & E.H.J. Vaassen (2003). The Changing Role of Accounting Information Systems: Balancing Controle and Flexibility. In Management Accounting in the Digital Economy (pp. 112-132). Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • F.G.H. Hartmann, K.E.H. Maas & P.M. Perego (2016). Corporate Social Responsibility and Controllers (original title: Den Wald vor lauter Bäumen nicht sehen: Controller auf der Suche nach Nachhaltigkeit). In E. Günther & K.-H. Steinke (Ed.), CSR und Controlling. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag
  • F.G.H. Hartmann (2016). Accounting fraud and the role of emotions. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 26 (2), 14-15.
  • F.G.H. Hartmann (2014). Studying Controllership. Mercury, 2014 (7-8), 92-96.
  • F.G.H. Hartmann (2014). What makes a modern management accountant effective: is it a case of nature or nurture? Financial Management.
  • C. Chapman, A. Kern, F.G.H. Hartmann, P.M. Perego & ,. et al. (2013). International Approaches to Clinical Costing. (Extern rapport). Bristol: Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)
  • F.G.H. Hartmann (2012). The perceived fairness of performance evaluations. RSM Insight, 12 (4), 8-10.
  • F.G.H. Hartmann, S. Kramer, S. Slapnicar, C.V. Bosman & N. Dalla Via (2012). Can neuroscience inform management accountants? Financial Management.
  • F.G.H. Hartmann & J. Zuurbier (2010). Integraal besturen in de zorg. Amsterdam: Reed Business
  • F.G.H. Hartmann & D. Naranjo-Gil (2006). La funcion del controller en la gestion publica. Harvard Deusto Finanzas y Contabilidad, 71, 74-80.
  • F.G.H. Hartmann, E.H.J. Vaassen, L.H.H. Bollen, R.H.G. Meuwissen & J.M.F.G. Bouwens (2006). Management control. Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff
  • F.G.H. Hartmann, E.H.J. Vaassen, L.H.H. Bollen, R.H.G. Meuwissen & J.M.F.G. Bouwens (2005). Interne beheersing. Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff
  • J.M.F.G. Bouwens & F.G.H. Hartmann (2005). Rewarding results that count.
  • F.G.H. Hartmann, E.H.J. Vaassen, L.H.H. Bollen, R.H.G. Meuwissen & J.M.F.G. Bouwens (2005). Informatiemanagement. Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff
  • F.G.H. Hartmann, E.H.J. Vaassen, L.H.H. Bollen & R.H.G. Meuwissen (2005). Informatie en control. Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff
  • P.M. Perego & F.G.H. Hartmann (2005). EPMs in management controlsystemen. Management Control en Accounting, oktober, 21-25.
  • J.M.F.G. Bouwens, F.G.H. Hartmann, V.S. Maas, P.M. Perego & M. van Rinsum (2003). Performance Management en de Rol van de Controller in Nederland. Management Control en Accounting, April, 12-15.
  • J.M.F.G. Bouwens, F.G.H. Hartmann, V.S. Maas, P.M. Perego & M. van Rinsum (2003). Performance Management in Nederland. Management Control en Accounting, Oktober, 4-8.
  • F.G.H. Hartmann & M. van Rinsum (2001). Beloningsregelingen en Management Control. In E. de With & L. Traas (Eds.), Handboek Management Accounting (pp. D4100-1-D4100-22). Kluwer
  • F.G.H. Hartmann, M. van Rinsum & I.J. Uytdehaage (2000). Een optieregeling voor alle werknemers? Fiducie, 9 (1), 7-8.
  • P.M. Perego & F.G.H. Hartmann (2000). De ontwikkeling van environmental management control. Tijdschrift voor Bedrijfsadministratie, mei, 174-180.
Aljaž Sluga

Decision Making under Accountability

Marcel van Rinsum

Performance measurement and managerial time orientation

Editorial positions

  • The European Accounting Review

    Associate Editor

  • Management Accounting Research

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Contemporary Accounting Research

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • The British Accounting Review

    Member Editorial Board

  • Abacus

    Associate Editor

Research in Accounting

During the past decade-plus, capital market crashes and financial scandals around the world have harshly shown the importance of corporate financial transparency. Companies that fail to clearly communicate with investors on their investments, financial position, and financial performance likely face increased difficulty accessing external financing or an increased cost of financing. Companies that do not report transparently internally may stimulate managers to behave opportunistically by managing earnings and acting myopically. Accounting is the research discipline that examines the role of accounting information in companies´ communications, both externally and internally. Outside providers of financing such as banks and equity investors, as well as top and middle managers, use accounting information for decision making and control purposes. The objective of this Ph.D. project is to identify and analyze innovative research questions in the area of accounting. The expectation is that these questions will be examined using archival (quantitative, database-based) and/or experimental research methods. The structure of this Ph.D project will be as follows. During the first year, the Ph.D student will receive high-quality training in accounting (and finance) research as well as (applied) econometric methods. At the end of the first year, the student will have developed a first proposal for three empirical studies, having much independence in selecting a research focus. During the following three years, these studies will be carried out and gradually developed into three working papers that are potentially publishable in high-quality academic journals. Especially during the early stages of the project, the Ph.D. student will intensively cooperate with the members of the supervisory team.

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Address

Visiting address

Office: Mandeville Building T08-03
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738
3000 DR Rotterdam
Netherlands

Work in progress

F.G.H. Hartmann (2017). Thinking behavior under accountability. Financial Management.

Latest publication

M. Licen, F.G.H. Hartmann, S. Slapnicar & G. Repovs (2017). The Impact of Social Pressure and Monetary Incentive on Cognitive Control. Frontiers in Psychology, Accepted. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00093