American (born Tunisia), b. 1943.
Genres: Money/Finance, Novels, Administration/Management, Politics/Government.
Career: University of Ottawa, ON, assistant professor to associate professor, 1973-79, associate professor, 1980-81; University of Illinois at Chicago, professor of accounting, 1981. University of Chicago, visiting associate professor, 1979-80; lecturer at universities worldwide.
Publications: The Conceptual Foundations of Management Accounting, 1980; Cost Accounting, 1983; Industrial Bond Ratings and the Rating Process, 1983; Socio-Economic Accounting, 1984; Theorie Comptable, 2nd ed., 1984; Public Policy and the Problems and Practices of Accounting, 1985; International Accounting, 1985; The Learning Curve, 1986; Handbook of Management Control Systems, 1986; Quantitative Models in Accounting, 1987; The New Environment in International Accounting, 1987; Inquiry and Accounting, 1987; The Coming Crisis in Accounting, 1989; Behavioral Accounting, 1989; Human Information Processing in Accounting, 1989; Judgment in International Accounting, 1990; (with E. Pavlik) Determinants of Executive Compensation, 1991; Multinational Management Accounting, 1991; Multinational Financial Accounting, 1991; Handbook of Cost Accounting, 1991; (with J. Monti-Belkaoui) Accounting for Economic Dualism, 1991; Accounting Theory, 3rd ed., 1992; Value Added Reporting, 1992; The New Foundations of Management Accounting, 1992; (with Pavlik) Accounting for Corporate Reputation, 1992; Morality in Accounting, 1992; Human Resource Valuation, 1995; (with J. Monti-Belkaoui); Fairness in Accounting, 1996; (with J. Monti-Belkaoui); Sherazade and Her Two Lovers, 1996.
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