Jason Schloetzer

Professor Schloetzer’s research focuses on the monitoring and control mechanisms used to manage the modern organization. This includes examining issues related to the design, implementation, and performance consequences of performance measurement systems. His articles have been published in leading academic accounting journals, including Journal of Accounting Research and The Accounting Review. He serves on the Editorial Advisory and Review Board of The Accounting Review.
To link his research with practice, Professor Schloetzer is a frequent contributor to The Conference Board’s Governance and Corporate Values Center. He is particularly involved in current issues regarding CEO turnover, CEO succession planning, and board structure. His research has generated over 250 media mentions in leading U.S. and international news outlets, including Forbes, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today.
Professor Schloetzer teaches MBA courses on management accounting and performance measurement. He has received two MBA teaching awards.
Professor Schloetzer earned his BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kansas, MBA from George Washington University, and PhD in Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a member of the American Accounting Association and the Institute of Management Accountants.

Posts by Jason Schloetzer

  • CEO Succession: A conversation with Richard Beyer (05.13.14 )

    By Jason Schloetzer, Assistant Professor, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Recently, The Conference Board published the 2014 CEO Succession Practices Report. As a follow-up to that report, which I co-authored with Melissa Aguilar and Matteo Tonello of The Conference Board, I spoke with Richard Beyer, former Chairman and CEO of Freescale Semiconductor and a […]

  • From Pretoria to Wall Street: Profits, Purpose, and the Impact of South Africa’s King Reports (12.19.13 )

    By Jason D. Schloetzer, Assistant Professor, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business On September 13, 1970, The New York Times published a now infamous opinion piece by Milton Friedman entitled, “The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase its Profits.” In only a few pages, Friedman described recent public discussions of the social responsibility of […]