Prof.dr. Bart Dierynck

Prof.dr. Bart Dierynck



Bart is a Full Professor in Accounting interested in intellectually-challenging and practically-relevant questions in the broader area of management accounting.  Most of his work is multidisciplinary and he is especially known for his multidisciplinary research at the intersection between management accounting on the one hand and operations management, organizational behavior, and corporate responsibility on the other hand. He uses quantitative methods (experiments, surveys, archival data, field data) in his research and his work appears in leading journals in accounting, organizational behavior and operations management. He is an award-winning teacher and teaches about management accounting, strategy implementation, and corporate responsibility in MSc-programs, MBA- and executive education programs, and tailored in-company programs. Bart is currently heading the PhD-program of Tilburg School of Economics and Management. He obtained his undergraduate degrees in business economics and his PhD in Accounting at KU Leuven (Belgium). He has held visiting positions at Emory University and INSEAD.


  • Dierynck, B., & van Pelt, V. (2021). The sorting benefits of discretionary adjustment to performance-based pay. Management Accounting Research52, 100755.
  • Dierynck, B., & Verriest, A. (2020). Financial reporting quality and peer group selection. Management Accounting Research47, 100675.
  • Dierynck, B., & Labro, E. (2018). Management accounting information properties and operations management. Foundations and Trends in Technology, Information and Operations Management (2018)12(1), 1-114.
  • Dierynck, B., Leroy, H., Savage, G. T., & Choi, E. (2017). The role of individual and collective mindfulness in promoting occupational safety in health care. Medical care research and review74(1), 79-96.
  • Cardinaels, E., & Dierynck. B. (2017). Reshoring: terughalen van productie naar Nederland is nog zo gek niet!. Management Control & Accounting 21(6): 24-30.
  • Dierynck, B., & Sextroh. C. (2017). Report on the 3rd Dutch Accounting Research Conference. Maandblad voor Accountancy & Bedrijfseconomie 91(9-10): 315-316.