The CMA Preparation Course is led by Dr Marcel van Rinsum, Dr Miriam Koning and Dr Stephan Kramer.
Dr Marcel van Rinsum
Marcel van Rinsum is an associate professor of accounting at RSM. His teaching and research interests include performance measurement and incentives, auditing, and management control, with a specific research focus on earnings management and subjective judgments. Marcel’s work has been published in national and international journals, including Accounting and Business Research, The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, and Long Range Planning. He completed his PhD dissertation Performance Measurement and Managerial Time Orientation in 2006 at RSM.
Dr Miriam Koning
Miriam Koning is an assistant professor in RSM’s Finance and Accounting department. Before joining RSM, Miriam worked in the international audit practice at Ernst & Young (EY). Miriam teaches courses in financial accounting and reporting to undergraduates, graduates and executives. Her research focuses on corporate financial reporting, with a particular interest in the effect of regulation on disclosure practices. She has published in Abacus and the International Review of Financial Analysis. She received her doctorate in financial reporting in 2014 from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Dr Stephan Kramer
Stephan Kramer is an assistant professor in management accounting and control. His teaching subjects include management accounting and control, and accounting information systems. Stephan’s research is focused on incentive system design, performance measurement and performance evaluation, and his papers have been published in various journals, such as Accounting, Organizations and Society, Management Accounting Research and Abacus. He obtained a PhD at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in 2011, and holds a Master degree in business information systems from the University of Münster.