Prof. Mohammed S. Bazaz

Prof. Mohammed S. Bazaz

California State University, California

Education
Professor Bazaz received his Ph.D. from University of Oklahoma. 
After 24-years’ service at Oakland University, Michigan, he moved to California State University in 2011.
Master of Accountancy, N.I.O.C., School of Accountancy, Tehran, lran, 1973
Bachelor in Accounting, N.I.O.C., School of Accountancy, Tehran, Iran, 1972

Teaching and Research Interests
He specializes in financial, managerial and international accounting. He has taught elementary, intermediate and advanced accounting courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels both in the US and overseas universities including in Austria, Canada, Malaysia, India, Kosovo, and Iran.  Dr. Bazaz‘s research focus is accounting regulations, equity price reaction to incremental disclosure, foreign currency translation, segmental reporting, and event studies.

His research study in the area of assessment of currency exchange rate risk was awarded an educational grant from the National Association of Chartered Accountants in the United States.  Dr. Bazaz has consulting engagements with several firms including Chrysler Corporation.  His experience with Chrysler was on the areas of activity-based costing, business process costing and corporate investments in other countries.

Publications
He has published more than 40 articles in several national and international accounting journals including Research in Accounting Regulation, Quarterly Review of Economics and finance, The Journal of International Accounting, Global Finance Journal, Advances in International Accounting, and Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economic.

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