Faculty Notes: May-June 2016

Faculty Notes: November-December 2016

School of Accounting Clinical Associate Professor Kenneth R. Henry has been named chair of the newly formed Global Education Forum of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. The Education Global Forum will be added to the group’s Global Forums line-up starting February 2017, with participants debating and addressing key issues in global accounting education. Department […]

Accounting research: For professors Raghunandan and Rama, it’s all in the family.

Accounting research: For professors Raghunandan and Rama, it’s all in the family.

School of Accounting professors Kannan Raghunandan and Dasaratha Rama met in 1985 as young professionals working at a computer company in India. While it is not unusual for academics to be married to other academics, Raghunandan and Rama are not only life partners, but research partners, who, both separately and together, are prolific in expanding […]

Faculty Notes: September-October 2016

Faculty Notes: September-October 2016

Accounting Professor Kenneth Henry was featured in a question-and-answer interview in the May – August issue of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean L-I-N-K-S newsletter. Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics Carlos M. Parra, clinical professor, was featured on the “Philanthropy and Private Social Investing Actions for Sustainable Development” panel at the […]

Innovation in Emerging Markets

Professor Jerry Haar presents “Innovation in Emerging Markets” at Books & Books on October 20.

“Innovation – whether it’s high-tech, low-tech or no tech – is really sweeping the emerging markets,” said Jerry Haar, clinical professor in the Department of Management & International Business in the College of Business at Florida International University (FIU). In his newly-released book, Innovation in Emerging Markets, Haar and co-author Ricardo Ernst discuss the forces […]

Professor and mentor: Tim Dugan Birrittella honored by FIU for teaching through stories and real-life experience.

Professor and mentor: Tim Dugan Birrittella honored by FIU for teaching through stories and real-life experience.

Marketing professor Tim Dugan Birrittella’s students expressed their admiration for him in a unique way: they elected him King. The popular College of Business professor was voted Florida International University’s first-ever faculty-staff homecoming king in 2014, crowned at a ceremony with alumni, students, husband Meredith Birrittella and their 11-year-old daughter Emma watching. Birrittella’s excellence in […]

Faculty Notes: July-August 2016

Faculty Notes: July-August 2016

Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics Monica Chiarini Tremblay, department chair and associate professor, was recently elected president-elect of the Association of Information Systems’ SIG-Health, which supports health-IS research, education and career development. Department of Management & International Business Jerry Haar, professor, wrote an op-ed column entitled “Brain Drain: Fact? Fiction? Or A Little of […]

Omnichannel marketing: The consumer IS the channel.

As part of an op-ed series, BizNews shares the expertise and diverse perspectives of members of the university community. In this piece, Greg Maloney discusses how to market to consumers who today have access to many retail channels and sales within minutes to buy a single item. By Greg Maloney, marketing instructor, College of Business Omnichannel […]

College of Business Finance professor Zdanowicz study finds U.S. loses $2.3 trillion in tax revenue due to strategic mispricing of international trade goods.

College of Business Finance professor Zdanowicz study finds U.S. loses $2.3 trillion in tax revenue due to strategic mispricing of international trade goods.

Trillions of dollars may be missing from U.S. government coffers due to widespread corporate tax evasion and criminal money laundering strategies, according to Florida International University College of Business professor John Zdanowicz. The Department of Finance professor conducted an analysis of 12 years’ worth of U.S. Customs data and found that abnormally priced goods imported […]

Faculty Notes: May-June 2016

Faculty Notes: May-June 2016

School of Accounting Jimmy Carmenate, clinical instructor, has been named Outstanding Faculty Advisor of the Year by the national office of Beta Alpha Psi, the honor society for accounting, finance and information sciences students. Carmenate serves as faculty advisor to the FIU student chapter, which recently achieved Gold Chapter status for two consecutive years. Department […]