Title: Assistant Professor
Office: Alter Hall 452
Research Interests: Cost behavior, Conservatism, Integration of managerial and financial accounting topics
Dr. Dmitri Byzalov is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Temple University. He has a PhD in Economics from Harvard University. His primary research interests are at the intersection of managerial and financial accounting, including topics such as cost behavior, conditional conservatism, executive compensation, and interactions among them. His papers have been published in top accounting journals, including Journal of Accounting and Economics, The Accounting Review, and Journal of Management Accounting Research.
- Asymmetric Cost Behavior (with Rajiv Banker), Journal of Management Accounting Research, forthcoming
- The Moderating Effect of Prior Sales Changes on Asymmetric Cost Behavior (with Rajiv Banker, Mustafa Ciftci, and Raj Mashruwala), Journal of Management Accounting Research, forthcoming
- Demand Uncertainty and Cost Behavior (with Rajiv Banker and Jose Plehn-Dujowich), The Accounting Review, 2014, 89(3), 839–865
- Employment Protection Legislation, Adjustment Costs and Cross-Country Differences in Cost Behavior (with Rajiv Banker and Tony Chen), Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2013, 55(1), 111–127
Fox School of Business, Temple University
- Managerial Accounting (undergraduate)
- Cost Accounting (undergraduate)
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