Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, and Edward D. King had an article published in the March 2017 issue of the Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly. The article is titled "An Overview of Timber Accounting and Taxation Principles and Practices." This is the 41st article that King has published in the Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly since 2000.
Dr. Carl J. Case, professor of business information systems, and Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, earned a Best Paper Award from the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences for their paper titled "Internet Trolling in Social Networking Sites: A Preliminary Investigation of Undergraduate Student Victimization." The paper was also accepted to be published in the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences Journal.
Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, and Edward D. King had an article published in the September 2016 issue of the Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly. The article is titled "A Brief History of the Evolution of Percentage Depletion." King has done research in natural resource accounting and taxation for the last 17 years. The majority of his research in this area involves timber accounting and taxation. This is the 40th article that King has published in this journal since 2000.
Dr. Carol Fischer, professor of accounting, co-authored an article with Susan Anders, professor of accounting at Midwestern State University (and formerly at SBU), that has been accepted for publication in The CPA Journal. The article is titled "Best Bets in Tax Software: 2016 Annual Survey of New York State Practitioners" and will appear in the November 2016 issue of the journal. This represents the 15th annual survey that they have conducted and published.
Dr. Carl J. Case, professor of business information systems, and Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, had their paper titled "Phishing: Are Undergraduates at Risk and Prepared?" published in the journal Issues in Information Systems. The paper was also presented at the International Association for Computer Information Systems annual conference.
Business First announced that Edward J. Bysiek, CPA, CEO of Bysiek CPA, PLLC, and adjunct professor of accounting and finance at St. Bonaventure University, was selected as a recipient of its Buffalo 612’ awards, which honor the region’s best C-level executives. C-Level executives (CEOs, CFOs, COOs, etc.) are the ones who know how to navigate the obstacles, see clearly through the clouds, and ultimately lead the way. The award is significant, as Bysiek is the only Southern Tier native being honored. A luncheon reception at the Hyatt Regency in Buffalo will be held on October 13 to honor this year's award winners.
Students and faculty presented papers at the Business Research Consortium of Western New York Conference, held in Niagara Falls on April 16. Drew Chaddock, MBA student and graduate assistant, presented “Employing Project Management Software as a Learning Tool in the Business Classroom” conference. He co-authored the paper with fellow student Sarah Colarusso and faculty members Dr. Todd Palmer and Dr. Carol Wittmeyer.
Zachary Rodriguez, graduate student, presented “The Impact of Microfinance on Pro-Social Behaviors: Experimental Evidence of Public Goods Contributions in Uganda.”
Dr. Mike Fischer and Dr. Carol Fischer co-authored two papers that were presented at the conference: “What Do We Know About Corporate Social Responsibility Reports? A Review of the Recent Accounting Literature” and “How Western New York CPA Licensure Qualifying Programs Are Meeting the Accounting Research Requirement.” The latter was co-authored with Kristin Woodhead, MBA student and graduate assistant, who participated in the presentation of the paper.
Dr. Michael Fischer, professor of accounting, had a paper titled “Relevance Regained? An Examination of the Contents of Introduction to Management Accounting,” accepted for publication in the Academy of Business Research Journal.
Dr. Carl J. Case, professor of business information systems, and Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, had their paper titled "Fair Information Practices at the Fortune 500: An Examination By Organization Size and Industry Sector" published in the journal Issues in Information Systems. The paper also earned the best research paper honorable mention award by the International Association for Computer Information Systems.
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