Jason Schloetzer

Jason Schloetzer is the William and Karen Sonneborn Term Associate Professor of Business Administration at the McDonough School of Business.

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His research focuses on how management control systems impact employee decision-making and firm performance. His work often relies on empirical data collected directly from companies, having collaborated on research projects with large firms in the oil and gas, heavy vehicle manufacturing, industrial coatings, apparel, and consumer products industries, as well as tech startups. He is an Editor at Journal of Management Accounting Research, and is a member of the Editorial Advisory and Review Board at The Accounting Review. His work has been presented at numerous universities and conferences, including twice at the World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland.

Jason also collaborates with The Conference Board on a well-regarded annual research report on trends in CEO succession practices. He frequently presents at events attended by C-suite executives and corporate directors of public and private companies, and is often quoted in media outlets including Bloomberg, Reuters, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.

Jason teaches courses on how to use accounting data to determine the profitability of products and services, and how to evaluate employee and business performance. He teaches in the MBA, Executive MBA, Executive Masters in Leadership, and Masters in Management programs. He has received two MBA teaching awards.