by Hamlen, Huefner, Largay III
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Susan S. Hamlen is the former Department Chair and Associate Professor of Accounting at the University at Buffalo School of Management. She received her PhD and MS at Purdue University and her BS at the University of California, Berkeley.
Professor Hamlen is the author of Advanced Accounting 4e and previously co-authored 12 editions of advanced accounting texts. She has taught courses in advanced accounting for over twenty-four years and courses in financial accounting for over nine years, at the undegraduate and graduate levels.
Professor Hamlen's research interests are in the area of reporting for financial derivatives and international reporting. She has publications in Journal of Derivatives Accounting, Theoretical Economics Letters, and in other accounting and analysis journals.
Professor Hamlen is an active member of the American Accounting Association and other accounting, analysis, and business organizations.
A faculty member since 1968, Dr. Huefner's specialties are in the areas of financial and managerial accounting and fraud examination.
He is one of only two School of Management professors to be honored as a SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor, which represents a promotion in rank above full professor. In addition to his teaching and research roles, Dr. Huefner has held various positions in professional organizations. He is co-author of an advanced financial accounting text, now in its tenth edition. He currently serves as chair of the School's MBA Programs.
James A. Largay III, has been a Professor of Accounting since 1980. In 1993 he received the Deming Lewis Faculty Award from the Lehigh University Class of 1983.
Professor Largay authored or co-authored about 40 articles that appear in The Accounting Review, the Journal of Accountancy, Accounting Horizons, the Financial Analysts Journal and other journals. He is a co-author of Advanced Accounting (Cambridge, 2009), Advanced Financial Accounting, 10/e (Thomson, 2006), Accounting for Changing Prices (Wiley, 1976) and is a contributor to the Handbook of Modern Accounting, the Handbook of Cost Accounting and the Handbook of Cost Management. He is a member of the American Accounting Association (AAA), the American Institute of CPAs, and Financial Executives International. He was Managing Editor and Editor of Accounting Horizons (2000-2003) and served as President of the Financial Accounting and Reporting Section of the AAA (1994-1995).
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