Francisco de Asis Martinez-Jerez
Associate Professor of Business Administration
Asís Martinez-Jerez joined the Harvard Business School faculty in 2001, where he has taught the first-year MBA course, Financial Reporting and Control, a second-year MBA elective of his own design, Customer Intelligence Advantage, and several Executive Education Programs. In 2005, Asís received the MBA Class Award for teaching excellence and in 2010 the Jim Bulloch Award for Innovation in Management Accounting Education. He currently teaches Financial Reporting and Control.
A native of Alicante, Spain, Asís earned his undergraduate degrees in Law and Business Administration at ICADE-Madrid. He achieved his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1991. After graduating from college he worked as an International Associate for La Suisse Assurances in Lausanne, Switzerland. Then, he worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Co., where he returned after his MBA to develop his professional activities in Europe and South America. Asís received his Ph.D. in Business Economics from Harvard University in 2002.
In his research, Asís focuses on issues related to the information and control systems to implement customer centric strategies as well as on corporate governance and its interaction with accounting information. Asís enjoys the company of his lovely wife, María José, and his daughters, Victoria and Aitana.
Francisco de Asis Martinez-Jerez: Won the 2010 Jim Bulloch Award for Innovation in Management Accounting Education from the American Accounting Association. The award is given to faculty who have created or written innovative pedagogical practices or curriculum materials in the area of managerial accounting.