Mendoza School of Business

F. Asis Martinez-Jerez

Associate Professor
  347 Mendoza College of Business
  • Biography
  • Background
  • Publications
  • Awards

In his research, Asís focuses on issues related to accounting information and control systems to implement customer-centric strategies, as well as on corporate governance and its interaction with accounting information. His work has been published in The Accounting Review, Management Science and American Economic Journal among others. A native of Alicante, Spain, Asís earned his undergraduate degrees in Law and Business Administration at ICADE-Madrid, and his MBA from Harvard Business School. His professional experience includes working for La Suisse Assurances in Lausanne, Switzerland, and consulting for McKinsey & Co. in Europe and Latin America. Asís received his Ph.D. in Business Economics from Harvard University in 2002. Prior to joining Notre Dame in 2013, he taught MBA and Executive Education courses at HBS. In 2005, Asís received the HBS-MBA Class Award for Teaching Excellence, and the Jim Bulloch Award for Innovation in Management Accounting Education in 2010. At Mendoza he will be teaching Strategic Cost Management to undergraduate accountancy majors. Asís enjoys the company of his lovely wife, María José, and often escapes to New York to visit his daughters, Victoria and Aitana.

Ph D, Harvard University
MA, Harvard University
MBA, Harvard Business School
BS, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, ICADE, Madrid
BA, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, ICADE, Madrid

Areas of Expertise
Performance Measurement and Management
Corporate Governance
Strategy Implementation
Customer Centric Organizations
Management Accounting

"The performance effect of feedback frequency and detail: Evidence from a field experiment in customer satisfaction", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Pablo Casas-Arce, Sofia Lourenço), Journal of Accounting Research, 55, 2017

"Contracting with Opportunistic Partners: Theory and Application to Technology Development and Innovation", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Pablo Casas-Arce, Thomas Kittsteiner), Management Science - Accepted (awaiting publication)

"The Impact of Forward-Looking Metrics on Employee Decision Making: The Case of Customer Lifetime Value", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Pablo Casas-Arce, V.G. Narayanan), The Accounting Review, 92, 2017

"Rewriting the Playbook for Corporate Partnerships", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez), Sloan Management Review, 52, 2014

"Bouncing out of the Banking System: An Empirical Analysis of Involuntary Bank Account Closures", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Peter Tufano, Dennis Campbell), Journal of Banking and Finance, 36, 2012

"The Learning Effects of Monitoring", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Dennis Campbell, Marc Epstein), Accounting Review, 86, 2011

"Relative Performance Compensation, Contests and Dynamic Incentives", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Pablo Casas-Arce), Management Science, 55, 2009

"The Geography of Trade in Online Transactions: Evidence from eBay and MercadoLibre", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Ali Hortacsu, Jason Douglas), American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 1, 2009

"Managing Strategy with External Partners", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Robert Kaplan, Bjarne Rugelsjoen), Balanced Scorecard Report, 11, 2009

"Governance and Merger Accounting: Evidence from Stock Price Reactions to Purchase versus Pooling", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez), European Accounting Review, 17, 2008

"e-Information: A Clinical Study of Investor Discussion and Sentiment", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, Sanjiv Das, Peter Tufano), Financial Management, 34, 2005

"Internet Customer Acquisition Strategy at Bankinter", (With Asis Martinez-Jerez, V.G. Narayanan), Journal of Interactive Marketing, 17, 2005

"The Joe and Gina Prochaska Family Teaching Award", University of Notre Dame, 2017

"The James Dincolo Outstanding Teaching Award", University of Notre Dame, 2016

"The Jim Bulloch Award for Innovations in Management Accounting Education", American Accounting Association, 2010

"Class of 2005 Faculty Award", Harvard Business School, 2005

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