Our Faculty

Bairj Donabedian

Associate Professor

Lubin School of Business

Accounting

Location
  • @ New York City
    Goldstein Academic Center

Education

BA, St. John's College, Annapolis, Annapolis, MD
Mathematics, Philosophy

MBA, Columbia University, New York City, NY
Accounting

PhD, Columbia University, New York City, NY
Accounting

Academic and Professional Engagement Activities

President and past Treasurer, Coop Board.

Selected Contributions & Publications

Donabedian, B. (1991). The economic rationales of CPA licensing. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.

Donabedian, B. (1993). Accounting self-regulation and the enforcement of professional codes. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.

Donabedian, B. (1995). Self-regulation and the enforcement of professional codes. Public Choice.

Donabedian, B., Angelini, J. (1997). Regional variations in tax expenditures. State Tax Notes.

Donabedian, B., McKinnon, S., Bruns, W. (1998). Task characteristics, managerial socialization, and media selection.. Management Communication Quarterly.

Donabedian, B. (2003). The Natural Realm of Social Law. Sociological Theory.

Donabedian, B. (2006). Optimization and its alternative in media choice: A model of reliance on social-influence processes. The Information Society. 22(3), 121-135.

Tinkelman, D., Donabedian, B. (2007). Street Lamps, Alleys, Ratio Analysis and Nonprofit Organizations. Nonprofit Management and Leadership. 18(1), 5 ff.

Tinkelman, D., Donabedian, B. (2009). Decomposing the Elements of Nonprofit Organizational Performance. Research in Government and Nonprofit Accounting. 12