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Al Chen

Professor

Graduate Faculty

Nelson Hall 3162

919-515-4437

Education

D.B.A., Accounting, Georgia Institute of Technology (1989)

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Department and Affiliations

Department of Accounting

Area(s) of Expertise

Strategic cost management and performance measurement for world class manufacturing systems. Total Quality Management. Ethics. Economic consequences of accounting standards. Accounting, financial reporting and tax consideration. 1994 COM Outstanding Extension Service Award

Research Publications

  • J Bartley, F Buckless, YSA Chen, S Harvey, S Showalter, G Zuckerman, Academy of Business Research Journal 1 (2014), 9-17, “Strategic Sustainability Performance
  • Metric: How Bacardi Limited Drives Sustainability Improvement”
  • GZ Jon Bartley, Frank Buckless, Chen, Yuang-Sung Al, Stephen Harvey, Scott Showalter, Strategic Finance 94 (6), 29-34, “Flexible Budgeting meets Sustainability at
  • Bacardi Limited”
  • YSA Chen, H Hergeth, G Zuckerman, Journal of Applied Business Research 18 (Summer), 15-22, “Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing Through Total Cost Management”
  • J Bartley, YSA Chen, E Taylor, Accounting Horizon 25 (June), 227-245, “A Comparison of XBRL Filings to Corporate 10-Ks – Evidence from the Voluntary Filing Program”
  • J Bartley, YSA Chen, E Taylor, Journal of Accountancy, 46-51,“Common Errors of XBRL Implementation”
  • J Bartley, YSA Chen, E Taylor, Financial Executive, 30-33, “Are you prepared for XBRL? Lessons from the Field,” coauthored with Jon Bartley and Eileen Taylor
  • YSA Chen, GJ Zuckerman, K Zering, The Engineering Economist 53 (2), 156-170, Applying target costing in the development of marketable and environmentally friendly products from swine waste”
  • YSA Chen, E Taylor, Accounting Horizon 25 (June), 227-245, “A Comparison of XBRL Filings to Corporate 10-Ks – Evidence from the Voluntary Filing Program”
  • Chen, Y., Wright, L. M., American Accounting Association 2007 Southeast Regional Meeting, “The Use of Tax Incentives to Encourage the Development of Biomass-Based Alternative Energy,” American Accounting Association, Atlanta, GA. (May 4, 2007).
  • YSA Chen, N Karen, Journal of Applied Business Research 22 (1), 21-30, “Managing Supply Chain’s Transaction Costs Through Logistics”
  • Mark Beasley, Al Chen, Karen Nunez, and Lorraine Wright, “Working Hand in Hand: Balanced Scorecards and Enterprise Risk Management,” Strategic Finance, March 2006, pp. 49-55.
  • Chen, Al. Sawyers, Roby, and Paul Williams. “Reinforcing Ethical Decision Making Through Corporate Culture,” Journal of Business Ethics, 1997(16), pp. 855-865.
  • Chen, Al, Romocky, Timothy and Gilroy Zuckerman, “An Examination of U.S.-based Japanese Subsidiaries as Evidence of the Transfer of Japanese Strategic Cost Management to the United States in the Advanced Manufacturing Environment”, The International Journal of Accounting, Vol. 32, No. 4, 1997, pp. 417-440. ased Japanese Subsidiaries as Evidence of the Transfer of Japanese Strategic Cost Management to the United States in the Advanced Manufacturing Environment,The International Journal of Accounting, Vol. 32, No. 4, 1997, pp. 417-440.
  • Chen, Al, “Systemizing the Faculty Recruiting Process,” The Collective Abstracts of the 1998 Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Accounting Association, April 16-18, 1998, Winston-Salem, NC.

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