F.H.M. (Frank) Verbeeten

Frank Verbeeten is assistant professor of Management accounting & management control at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.

His research interests include management control systems and performance management, both in private sector companies as well as public sector organizations. He is currently working on the interrelations between intangible asset performance measures and financial performance. Issues considered are the relevance to investors of nonfiancial performance measures (including brands, human capital, innovation and CSR information), the predictive abilities of these nonfinancial measures (can nonfinancial performance measures explain future financial performance) and the interrelations with other elements of the management control system (including personal and cultural controls). In addition, he also works on the suitability of performance management system in public sector organizations.

Frank's research has been published in journals such as Management Accounting Research; Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal; International Journal of Management; European Management Journal; Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance; and Maandblad Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie. In addition, he has published in practitioner journals such as MCA: Tijdschrift voor Organisaties in Control, Bank & Gemeente, Handboek Management Accounting and Overheidsmanagement. Finally, his research has been covered in Adformatie and Incompany.

  • Verbeeten, Frank & Terpstra, Maarten (2012). Customer satisfaction: cost driver or value driver? Empirical evidence from the financial services industry.
  • Verbeeten, Frank, Gamerschlag, Ramin & Moeller, Klaus (2012). Are voluntary CSR disclosures relevant for investors? Empirical evidence from Germany.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (2010). The use of control systems in public sector organizations: an empirical investigation in Dutch municipalities.
  • Verbeeten, F.H.M. & Vijn, P. (2010). An Empirical Test of a Business Model in the Retail Industry. onbekend: Rotterdam School of Management.
  • Verbeeten, Frank & Spekle, Roland (2010). Scope and use of performance measurement systems in the public sector: effects on performance.
  • Verbeeten, Frank & Van Rinsum, Marcel (2010). The impact of subjectivity in performance evaluation on motivation: evidence from public sector organizations.
  • Verbeeten, Frank, Dutordoir, M.D.R.P. & De Beijer, Dominique (2010). The Magnitude and Determinants of Stock Price Reactions to Brand Value Announcements.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (2010). The value-relevance of intangible asset disclosures: international evidence from the service industry.
  • Verbeeten, Frank, Roelofsen, E.M. & Mertens, G.M.H. (2010). Disclosure of intangible asset information in earnings conference calls.
  • Verbeeten, F.H.M. (2010). Management accounting change: the effectiveness of influence strategies on managerial and controller’s change attitudes. onbekend: Rotterdam School of Management.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (2008). The effectiveness of sophisticated capital budgeting practices: empirical evidence from the Netherlands. In Ingrid.N. Haugen & Anna.S. Nilsen (Eds.), Game Theory: Strategies, Equilibria and Theorems (pp. 269-287). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Verbeeten, F.H.M. (2001, April 06). The impact of uncertainty on capital budgeting practices: an empirical analysis of the interrelationships between uncertainty, other contigency factors, capital budgeting practices and performance. Tilburg University (210 pag.) ( Nijmegen: WLP). Prom./coprom.: prof. dr. R. Bannink.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (2010). De adoptie van accounting & control systemen in startende ondernemingen. Management Control en Accounting, augustus(4), 38-44.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (2009). De relatie tussen klanttevredenheid en financiele prestaties. Management Control en Accounting, 13(5), 32-37.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (2008). Is human capital relevant voor de waarde van een bedrijf? Management Control en Accounting, 12(3), 17-22.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (2007). Innovatie en control. Management Control en Accounting, 11(5), 45-52.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (2006). Het meten en managen van merkwaarde: een rol voor controllers? Management Control en Accounting, 10(3), 11-14.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (1998). Naar een gegrond risicobeleid; een bedrijfseconomische onderbouwing van de risicoparagraaf. Overheidsmanagement, 11(3), 56-61.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (1997). Cost accounting in the pensioensector. Tijdschrift Financieel Management, sept/okt., 24-33.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (1997). Planning & Control bij adviesbureaus: theorie en praktijk. In Handboek Management Accounting (pp. D2810.1-D2810.25).
  • Verbeeten, Frank (1996). Een streven naar prestaties in balans: de Balanced Score Card voor non-private organisaties. TAC, 5, 26-31.
  • Verbeeten, Frank & Naaborg, Ronald (1996). Gepast gebruik van laboratoriumonderzoek: een inventarisatie naar doelmatigheid en effectiviteit in de klinische chemie. 's-Gravenhage/Utrecht: Diagned/NVKC.
  • Verbeeten, Frank (1994). Activity Based Costing binnen de Gemeentelijke Organisatie: aanknopingspunten voor procesverbetering. B&G (Bank voor Ned. Gemeenten), 21(9), 23-27.

Side positions

  • Tijdschrift public controlling

    member editorial board

  • MCA, Tijdschrift voor Financial Executives

    vaste rubrieksmedewerker

  • Nivra-Nyenrode

    member Kerngroep Management Accounting

  • Nivra-Nyenrode

    member Kerngroep Management Accounting


Address

Visiting address

Office: T8-39
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738
3000 DR Rotterdam
Netherlands

Work in progress

Verbeeten, Frank & Terpstra, Maarten (2012). Customer satisfaction: cost driver or value driver? Empirical evidence from the financial services industry.
Verbeeten, Frank, Gamerschlag, Ramin & Moeller, Klaus (2012). Are voluntary CSR disclosures relevant for investors? Empirical evidence from Germany.

Latest publication

Perego, P.M. & Verbeeten, F.H.M. (2014). Do ‘good governance’ codes enhance financial accountability? Evidence from managerial pay in Dutch charities. Financial Accountability and Management, accepted.[go to publisher's site]