S. Mark Young

S. Mark Young

S. Mark Young holds the George Bozanic and Holman G. Hurt Chair in Sports and Entertainment Business at the University of Southern California. Dr. Young is also a Professor of Accounting in the Leventhal School of Accounting and holds joint appointments as Professor of Management and Organization in the Marshall School of Business, and Professor of Communication and Journalism in the Annenberg School of Communication.

S. Mark Young holds the George Bozanic and Holman G. Hurt Chair in Sports and Entertainment Business at the University of Southern California. Dr. Young is also a Professor of Accounting in the Leventhal School of Accounting and holds joint appointments as Professor of Management and Organization in the Marshall School of Business, and Professor of Communication and Journalism in the Annenberg School of Communication. He was also a Special Term Professor at Peking University. Professor Young received an A.B. from Oberlin College (Economics), an M. Acc. from the Ohio State University, and a Ph.D. (Accounting) from the University of Pittsburgh.

Young has won the Notable Contribution to the Management Accounting Literature Award three times (with F. Selto, S. Anderson and F. Du and G. Tang) and the Notable Contribution to the Accounting Literature Award (with S. Anderson). In addition he has won several teaching awards at the undergraduate and graduate levels and has consulted with numerous companies. He has been interviewed in the media most notably by the BBC’s Newsday, The View, The Howard Stern Show, ABC News, The Economist, Financial Times, the New York Times, The Guardian and National Public Radio.

Professor Young has also written two other books on popular culture including The Mirror Effect: How Celebrity Narcissism is Seducing America (with D. Pinsky), which was a New York Times Best Seller and Trojan Tennis—A History of the Storied Men’s Tennis Team at the University of Southern California.


Books

Management Accounting, 7e
Management Accounting, 7e by Atkinson, Kaplan, Matsumura, Young 978-1-61853-351-7