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