Sara Aliabadi
Sara
Aliabadi
Full-Time
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-6142
Courses Taught
ACTG 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACTG 202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
ACTG 301 Cost Accounting I
ACTG 312 Cost Accounting II
ACTG 412 Accounting for Planning and Control
Research Interests
Capital market, Fraud and forensic accounting, Fair value accounting.
Education

Ph.D. in Accounting
2007 – 2011 The University of Memphis
School of Accountancy
Diploma received in December 2011

Master of Accountancy 
1998 – 2003 University of Missouri-Columbia
Diploma received December 2003 with honor
GPA: 3.73 (Part of 150-Credit-Hour Program)

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
1998 – 2003 University of Missouri-Columbia 
Diploma received December 2003 with honor
GPA: 3.73 (Part of 150-Credit-Hour Program)

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
1998 – 2003 University of Missouri-Columbia 
Diploma received December 2003 with honor
GPA: 3.73 (Part of 150-Credit-Hour Program)

Graduate Certificate
1998 – 2003 University of Missouri-Columbia 
Diploma received December 2003 with honor
(Part of 150-Credit-Hour Program)

Selected Publications

 •Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Afifi, R. 2013. The Effects of SFAS NO. 159, Fair Value Disclosure, on Commercial Banks. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics. 13(1): 25-34 (Acceptance rate for this journal is 20% and is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013). 

 •Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Rezaee, Z. 2013. Integration of Enterprise Risk Management into Corporate Governance. International Journal of Managerial Accounting Research. 3(1): 1-16 (Acceptance rate for this journal is 25%)

 •Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Balsara, N. 2013. The Most Value Relevant Accounting Performance Measure by Industry. Journal of Accounting and Finance. 13(1): 22-34 (Acceptance rate for this journal is 13% - 19%)

 •Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Qadri, M. 2011. Fraud prevention and Detection in the United States: A Macro perspective. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 3(3): 150-165. (This is specifically an accounting journal which is one of top two journals in forensic accounting in the United States and it is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013)

 •Aliabadi, S., Chen, H., and Dorestani, A. 2011. Fair value determination: A conceptual framework. Journal of Accounting, Business, and Management 18(1): 93-107. (This journal is specifically an accounting journal with acceptance rate of 20% - 30% and it is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013)

 •Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Abdyldaeva, A. 2011. Budget deficit, national debt, and government spending: Is now th right time to cut deficit and reduce national debt? Journal of Accounting, Business and Management 18(2): 74-83. (This journal is specifically an accounting journal with acceptance rate of 20% - 30% and it is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013)

CBM 167
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-6142
Office Hours
TBA
Main Campus
NEIU logo
John
Bernbom
Instructor
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-6022
Courses Taught
ACTG 310 Federal Income Tax (Individual)
ACTG 311 Federal Income Tax (Corporate)
BLAW 285 The Legal Environment of Business
BLAW 380 Business Law I
BLAW 381 Business Law II
Research Interests
None provided.
Education

• ​J.D. The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Ill.,  Law, 1973

• Other: University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill., Study of the Classics certificate, 1988

• LL.M. The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Ill., Law, 1986

• B.A. University of Illinois, Chicago, Ill.

 

CBM 169
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-6022
Office Hours
Wednesday: 10 a.m. (by appointment)
Thursday: 10 a.m. (by appointment)
Main Campus
Dwan (Dee) K. Buetow-Kimpel
Dwan (Dee)
K.
Buetow-Kimpel
Office Administrator
Accounting
Business Law and Finance
Expertise
Certified Customer Service Administrator and Certified Trainer. Experienced in Microsoft Office products, Excel, PowerPoint and Statistical Program for the Social Sciences general organization and administrative skills.
Education

Bachelor of Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies, 2008 Northeastern Illinois University
Pursuing Bachelor of Music, Vocal Performance, Northeastern Illinois University

 

Background

Dwan (Dee) joined the College of Business and Management in July, 2017 as an Office Administrator. Dee has been with NEIU for 11 years having served in the President’s Office, Angelina Pedroso Center for Diversity and Intercultural Affairs, the Physics department and Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. Prior to joining NEIU, Dee spent 28 years in banking as a Corporate Trainer, Customer Service Administrator, Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President with various institutions.

Additional Information

Northeastern Illinois University alumna, Interdisciplinary Studies, December 2008

Current Northeastern Illinois University student, pursuing Bachelor of Music, Vocal Performance

Dee believes in giving back to the community, not limited to and including fundraisers for: Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Association, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Suicide Prevention of America, The Chicago Coalition for the Homeless and The Alzheimers Association of America.

'I'm a student of art, which imitates life and therefore I commit my desires and studies to classical and musical genres, as well as dancing and sports'.

Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Faruk Daudbasic
Faruk
Daudbasic
Instructor
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-6022
Courses Taught
FINA 377 Real Estate Finance
Research Interests
N/A
Education

BS in Finance from Northeastern Illinois University, MBA from Roosevelt University

CBM 169
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-6022
Office Hours
Monday and Wednesday: 6-7 p.m.
Main Campus
Nont Dhiensiri
Nont
Dhiensiri
Associate Dean, Full-Time, Accounting Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-6171
Courses Taught
FINA 360 Principles of Financial Management I
FINA 366 Financial Institutions and Markets
FINA 373 Intermediate Financial Management
MNGT 380 Entrepreneurship
Research Interests
Accounting Business Law and Finance
Education

•  Ph.D.   University of Pittsburgh,  Pittsburgh, PA,  Finance,  2004

•  M.S.   Boston College, Carroll Graduate School of Management,  Chestnut Hill, MA,  Finance,  1996

•  M.Mgt   American Graduate School of International Management,  Glendale, AZ,  International Management,  1991

•  B.S.   Chulalongkorn University,  Bangkok, Thailand,  Business Administration,  1989

CBM 187
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-6171
Office Hours
Posted on Office Door
Main Campus
Alireza Dorestani
Alireza
Dorestani
Ph.D.s. CPA, CFE, CIA, CMA
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-6139
Expertise
Financial Accounting, Auditing, and Forensic Accounting
Courses Taught
ACTG 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACTG 202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
ACTG 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACTG 322 Intermediate Financial Accounting
ACTG 324 Advanced Financial Accounting
ACTG 325 Contemporary Financial Accounting Issues
ACTG 400 Fundamentals of Accounting
ACTG 421 Current Topics in Financial Accounting
Research Interests
Capital Market Research, Auditing, Forensic Accounting
Education

• Ph.D. in Accounting,  University of Memphis, 2006 - 2009

• Ph.D. in Economics, University of Missouri - Columbia, 1998 – 2002 

• Master of Arts in Economics,  University of Missouri – Columbia, 1996 – 1998

• Master of Accounting, University of Missouri – Columbia, 1994 – 1996 

• Master of Accounting,  Tehran University, Tehran, Iran, 1988 – 1991

Selected Publications

• Dorestani, A. 2004. Transfer Price and Equilibrium in Multinational Firms: An Examination of Divisional Autonomy and Central Control. Applied Economics. Applied Economics. 36(17): 1899-1906. (This journal is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013. The ranking for this journal is A)

• Dorestani, A. and Jir, A. 2013. Audit Quality Post Sarbanes Oxley Act. Accountancy Business and the Public Interest. 12: 119-134 (Acceptance rate for this paper is 11-25% and is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013).

• Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Afifi, R. 2013. The Effects of SFAS NO. 159, Fair Value Disclosure, on Commercial Banks. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics. 13(1): 25-34 (Acceptance rate for this journal is 20% and is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013). 

• Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Rezaee, Z. 2013. Integration of Enterprise Risk Management into Corporate Governance. International Journal of Managerial Accounting Research. 3(1): 1-16 (Acceptance rate for this journal is 25%)

• Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Balsara, N. 2013. The Most Value Relevant Accounting Performance Measure by Industry. Journal of Accounting and Finance. 13(1): 22-34 (Acceptance rate for this journal is 13% - 19%)

• Dorestani, A., and Rezaee, Z. 2012. Non-Financial Key Performance Indicators and Analysts' Earnings Forecast Accuracy. Asian Academy of Management Journal of Accounting & Finance 7(2): 79-102 (Acceptance rate for this journal is 25% and it is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013)

• Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Qadri, M. 2011. Fraud prevention and Detection in the United States: A Macro perspective. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 3(3): 150-165. (This is specifically an accounting journal which is one of top two journals in forensic accounting in the United States and it is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013)

• Aliabadi, S., Chen, H., and Dorestani, A. 2011. Fair value determination: A conceptual framework. Journal of Accounting, Business, and Management 18(1): 93-107. (This journal is specifically an accounting journal with acceptance rate of 20% - 30% and it is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013)

• Aliabadi, S., Dorestani, A., and Abdyldaeva, A. 2011. Budget deficit, national debt, and government spending: Is now th right time to cut deficit and reduce national debt? Journal of Accounting, Business and Management 18(2): 74-83. (This journal is specifically an accounting journal with acceptance rate of 20% - 30% and it is listed on Australian Business Dean Council Journal Quality List 2013)

• Dorestani, A., and Rezaee, Z. 2010. Non-financial key performance Indicators and quality of earnings: Using content analysis. Journal of Accounting and Finance 11(3): 75-96. (Acceptance rate for this journal is 13% - 19%)

CBM 165
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-6139
Office Hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 10:45 am to 12:45 pm and other time by appointment or whenever my door is open.
Main Campus
Essam Elshafie
Essam
Elshafie
Ph.D., CPA, CGMA
Professor
Accounting
Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-6118
Courses Taught
ACTG 307 Auditing Theory and Problems
ACTG 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACTG 407 Auditing Theory and Practice
ACTG 409 Forensic and Investigative Accounting
ACTG 430 Research Methodology in Accounting
Research Interests
Audit Quality, Auditors Conservatism, Auditors Litigation Risk, Financial Performance Measures, Earnings Management, Executive Compensation, and Accounting Information Value Relevance
Education

Ph.D. in Accounting with International Business Minor, December 2005, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

Selected Publications

Elshafie, E.  2016. Litigation Risk, Auditor Tenure, and Auditor Specialization and Their Effect on Reporting Quality. American Journal of Finance and Accounting.

Elshafie, E., and P. Alam. 2011. Differences in Earnings Management Patterns between Not-For-Profit and For-Profit Hospitals. Forthcoming in American Journal of Business Research 4 (1).

Elshafie, E., A. Yen, and M. Yu. 2010. The Association between Pro Forma Earnings and Earnings Management.  Review of Accounting and Finance 9 (2):  139-155.

Yen, A., and E. Elshafie. 2009. Value Relevance of Quarterly Accounting Information in Good Times and Bad Times.  Journal of Global Business Development 2 (1):  100-109.  

Alam, P., E. Elshafie, and D. Jarjoura. 2008. The Effect of Ownership Structure on the Financial Performance of Hospitals. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal 12 (3): 37-52.

Elshafie, E., and P. Alam. 2008. Are Investors Still Misled by Pro Forma Earnings After Financial Reporting Regulations? Journal of International Business and Economics 8 (2): 62-70. 

Elshafie, E., and P. Alam. 2008. Pro Forma Earnings and Executive Compensation in High-Versus Low-Tech Firms.  Journal of Accounting, Ethics & Public Policy 9 (3):  333-370.

CBM 175
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-6118
Office Hours
Monday and Wednesday: 3:30-5:30 p.m. or by appointment
Main Campus
Charletta Gutierrez
Charletta
F.
Gutierrez
Graduate Programs Coordinator, Full-Time, Accounting Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
College of Business and Management
773-442-6128
Expertise
Management Information Systems
Courses Taught
ABF 350 Management Information Systems
ACTG 386 Independent Study in Management Information Systems
ACTG 403 Management of Information Systems and Technology
Research Interests
Technology tools for Business Telecommunications and Networks Technology as it affects individuals with disabilities New Technologies
Education

•  Ph.D.   University of North Texas,  Denton, TX,  Business Computer Information Systems,  2000

•  M.B.A.   University of North Texas,  Denton, TX,  Marketing,  1992

•  B.B.A.   University of North Texas,  Denton, TX,  General Business/Entrepreneurship,  1989

Selected Publications

Loucopoulos, Constantine and Charletta F. Gutierrez (2014). “Three-group classification with unequal misclassification costs using goal programming,” Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 17. No. 1, 25-31.

Gutierrez, Charletta F. (2013).  “Cloud computing: An Introduction for the Layperson,” International Journal of Scientific Knowledge (Computing and Information Technology). Vol. 2, No. 1, February, 2013, Vol. 2, No. 1, 35-41. 

Gutierrez, Charletta F. (2010).  “Quality, Accessibility and Destination Marketing: The case of U.S. States ’Tourism Web Sites,” International Journal of Intercultural Information Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1-15. 

Loucopoulos, Constantine, Charletta F. Gutierrez and Durward Hofler (2007).  “Reassessment of the relative weights of GPA and GMAT in the MBA admission decision process,”  Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 10, No.2, 91-97. 

Mackie, Brian and Charletta F. Gutierrez (2006).  “Personalizing the collaborative learning environment with pictures,”  Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Vol. 3, No. 5.

Gutierrez, Charletta F., Constantine Loucopoulos and Roger W. Reinsch (2005), “Disability-accessibility of airlines’ Web sites for US reservations online,” Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol. 11, 239-247.

Gutierrez, Charletta F. and John Windsor (2005). “Web site accessibility: Evaluation of Fortune 500 company home pages,”  International Journal of Electronic Business, Vol. 3, No. 2, 137-153.

Mackie, Brian and Charletta F. Gutierrez (2004-2005).  “Using pictures as a vehicle to personalize the collaborative learning environment,” Journal of Educational Technology Systems, Vol. 33, No 3, 189-204.

Gutierrez, Charletta F. (2004).  “Ethics in Information Systems: Student performance in evaluating ethical dilemmas,” Communications of the International Information Management Association, Vol. 4, No. 1, 81-98.

Gutierrez, Charletta F. and Nancy Long.  (2002).  “Web site accessibility of AACSB-accredited universities:  meeting the requirements of the law(s),”  Journal of Educational Technology Systems, Vol. 30, No. 1,  69-84.

Loucopoulos, Constantine, Robert Pavur and Charletta F. Gutierrez.  (2002).  “Insights into gender discrimination in employment compensation through the use of classification models,”  Journal of Managerial Issues, Vol. 14, No. 3, 375-387.

Gutierrez, Charletta F. and Donna Holt.  (1998).  “Asynchronous Transfer Mode: An engineering management perspective,” Engineering Management Journal, Vol. 8, No. 4, 177-185.

Tabor, Sharon, Alan Pryor and Charletta F. Gutierrez.  (1997). “Intranets -- A new communication medium,”  Information Strategy: The Executives’ Journal, Vol. 14, No. 1, 7-12.

CBM 180
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

773-442-6128
Office Hours
Posted on Office Door
Main Campus
David Jordan profile picture
David
P.
Jordan
Instructor
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
773-442-6025
Expertise
Tax and Accounting
Courses Taught
ACTG 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACTG 310 Federal Income Tax (Individual)
ACTG 311 Federal Income Tax (Corporate)
ACTG 402 Managerial Accounting
ACTG 307 Auditing Theory and Problems
ACTG 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACTG 322 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
ACTG 324 Advanced Financial Accounting
ACTG 406 Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting
ACTG 422 Financial Statement Analysis
ACTG 440 Tax Research and Procedure
FINA 367 Short-term Financial Management
Research Interests
Tax and accounting related – not specific
Education

MST (Taxation)

Background

8 years public accounting experience, self-employed as tax and accounting professional for over 10 years.  Part-time instructor Loyola University.

CBM 137
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

773-442-6025
Office Hours
By appointment
Main Campus
Huong (Anne) Le
Huong (Anne)
Le
Full-Time, Accounting Business Law and Finance Professor
College of Business and Management
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
773-442-6149
Courses Taught
FINA 360 Principles of Financial Management I
FINA 363 Security Analysis
Research Interests
Accounting Business Law and Finance
Education

•  Ph.D.   Louisiana State University,  2015

•  M.A.   Foreign Trade University,  Vietnam,  Economics,  2005

•  B.S.   Foreign Trade University,  Vietnam,  Economics,  2001

CBM 142
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

773-442-6149
Office Hours
Posted on Office Door
Main Campus
NEIU logo
Emmanuel
Nyadroh
Full-Time, Accounting Business Law and Finance Professor
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
773-442-6157
Courses Taught
ACTG 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACTG 202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
ACTG 301 Cost Accounting I
ACTG 400 Fundamentals of Accounting
ACTG 402 Managerial Accounting
ACTG 412 Accounting for Planning and Control
MKTG 354 Personal Selling
MKTG 360 Marketing Channels
Research Interests
Accounting Business Law and Finance
Education

• Ph.D.   Northwestern University,  Evanston, IL,  Accounting,  1981

• M.B.A.   University of Cincinnati,  Cincinnati, OH,  Accounting,  1970

• B.Sc.   University of Ghana,  Ghana, Africa,  Accounting & Economics,  1968

CBM 136
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

773-442-6157
Office Hours
Posted on Office Door
Main Campus
Narendar Rao
Narendar
Rao
Full-Time, Accounting Business Law and Finance Professor
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
773-442-6158
Courses Taught
COBM 385 Advanced Topics in Business, Topic Varies
FINA 360 Principles of Financial Management I
FINA 361 Principles of Financial Management II
FINA 362 Investment
FINA 363 Security Analysis
FINA 365 Personal Financial Planning
FINA 367 Short-Term Financial Management
FINA 377 Real Estate Finance
FINA 402 Issues in Corporate Finance
FINA 462 Investment Strategies
FINA 470 Corporate Financial Strategy
FINA 500 Master's Project
Research Interests
Accounting Business Law and Finance
Education

• Ph.D.   University of Cincinnati,  Cincinnati, Ohio,  Finance (Economics minor),  1989

• M.B.A.   University of Cincinnati,  Cincinnati, Ohio,  Finance and Management,  1986

• B.Com.   University of Madras,  Madras, Tamil Nadu, India,  Accounting,  1984

CBM 143
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

773-442-6158
Office Hours
Posted on Office Door
Main Campus
Stijepko Tokic
Stijepko
Tokic
Department Chair, J.D., LL.M.
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-4757
Expertise
Trade Regulation
Courses Taught
BLAW 109 FYE: Professionalism, Ethics, Law and Chicago Scandals
BLAW 285 The Legal Environment of Business
BLAW 380 Business Law I
BLAW 381 Business Law II
BLAW 410 International Business Law
Research Interests
Patents and Antitrust, Commercial Law, Education Law.
Education

• New York University School of Law, LL.M.

• Thurgood Marshall School of Law, J.D. (Magna Cum Laude)

Selected Publications

Stijepko Tokic, The Interplay Between User Innovation, Patent System and Product Liability Laws: Policy Implications, 99 J. PAT. & TRADEMARK OFF. SOC'Y 20 (2017).

Stijepko Tokic, "The Role of Defining the Relevant Product Market in the Post-Actavis Era," 27 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY JOURNAL 265 (2015).

Stijepko Tokic, Impact of Legal (Un)certainty on Patent Valuation: What Investors Should Know Before Investing in Patents, 22 FED. CIR. B.J. 363 (2013). Official journal of the Federal Circuit Bar. 

Stijepko Tokic, Rethinking Educational Malpractice: Are Educators Rock Stars? 2014(1) BYU EDUC. & L.J. 105 (2014).

Stijepko Tokic, Enforcing the Duty of Disclosure after Therasense: Antitrust Implications, 40 AIPLA Q.J. 221 (2012). Published by the American Intellectual Property Law Association.

Stijepko Tokic, The Role of Consumers in Deterring Patent Settlements Based on Invalid Patents: The Case of Non-Practicing Entities, 2012 STAN. TECH. L. REV. 2 (2012). 

Stijepko Tokic, In Re "DDAVP" Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation: Is the Second Circuit's Massage the Way to Relieve the Key Pressure Points Between the Patent System and Antitrust Laws? 92 J. PAT. & TRADEMARK OFF. SOC'Y 536 (2010). 

Background

Stijepko Tokic joined the Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) in Fall 2008. He currently teaches Legal Environment of Business, International Business Law, Business Law I and II, and a First Year Experience course entitled Professionalism, Ethics, Law and Chicago Scandals. Professor Tokic focuses much of his research on the intersection between patent and antitrust laws, and he has published articles in, among others, the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal, the Federal Circuit Bar Journal, the Stanford Technology Law Review, and the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society. Professor Tokic has presented his research at many domestic and international conferences, including the largest patent conference in the world, known as “PatCon,” and his research has been included in multiple amicus briefs that were submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States. Prior to joining NEIU, Professor Tokic worked as a Teaching Assistant for Contracts and Property Law, a law clerk, a consultant, and a researcher. In his spare time, Professor Tokic enjoys playing tennis, writing music, and fishing in his hometown of Dubrovnik, Croatia.

CBM 174
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-4757
Office Hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 11 a.m. to noon Tuesdays: 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Main Campus
Xiaohong (Sara) Wang
Xiaohong (Sara)
Wang
Ph.D., CFA
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-6177
Courses Taught
FINA 360 Principles of Financial Management
FINA 363 Security Analysis
FINA 365 Personal Financial Planning
FINA 373 Intermediate Financial Management
Research Interests
Empirical corporate finance, Financial markets and institutions, Innovation, Tax, Corporate social responsibility
Education

• Ph.D. in Finance, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

• M.A. in Economics and M.S. in Applied Statistics, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH.

• B.A. in Finance, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, China.

CBM 147
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-6177
Office Hours
Mondays and Wednesdays: 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Main Campus
Ai-Ru Yen
Ai-Ru
Yen
Accounting, Business Law and Finance
College of Business and Management
(773) 442-6119
Courses Taught
ACTG 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACTG 321 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
ACTG 422 Financial Statement Analysis
Research Interests
Financial reporting, International accounting, Market reaction to policy changes
Education

• Ph.D., 2007, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

 • M.B.A., 2001, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

 • B.B.A., 1999, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

CBM 166
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-6119
Office Hours
By appointment
Main Campus