Prof. dr. Roland Speklé is Professor of Management Accounting & Control at Nyenrode Business University. He is part of Nyenrode's Faculty Research Center for Accounting, Auditing & Control.
Before joining Nyenrode, Speklé held various academic positions at Erasmus University Rotterdam and worked as an auditor and consultant in a large public accounting firm. He holds an MSc and PhD degree (cum laude) from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
His primary research interests are in the field of the economics of organizational control, the design of effective management control structures, and performance measurement systems.
Speklé is an ad hoc member of advisory committees on performance management and benchmarking in the public sector, including the Netherlands Tax and Customs Administration, Fonds Podiumkunsten, Aedes.
Most relevant publications
- Radtke, R.R., Speklé, R.F., & Widener, S.K. (in press). Flourish or flounder: Do trust-centric management controls encourage knowledge sharing and team performance? Accounting, Organizations and Society.
- Bedford, D. S., Speklé, R. F., & Widener, S. K. (2022). Budgeting and employee stress in times of crisis: Evidence from the Covid-19 pandemic. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 101346.
- Speklé, R.F., Verbeeten, F.H., & Widener, S.K. (2022). Nondyadic control systems and effort direction effectiveness: Evidence from the public sector. Management Accounting Research, 54, 100769.
- Bedford, D.S., & Spekle, R.F. (2018). Construct validity in survey-based management accounting and control research. Journal of Management Accounting Research, 30(2): 23-58.
- Speklé, R.F., & Widener, S.K. (2018). Challenging issues in survey research: discussion and suggestions. Journal of Management Accounting Research, 30(2): 3-21.
- Verbeeten, F.H.M., & Speklé, R.F. (2015). Management controls, results-oriented culture, and public sector performance: empirical evidence on New Public Management. Organization Studies, 36: 953-978.
- Speklé, R.F., & Verbeeten, F.H.M. (2014). The use of performance measurement systems in the public sector: effects on performance. Management Accounting Research, 25: 131-146.