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Elizabeth Felski

Lecturer: School Of Business
South Hall 303
585-245-5585
felski@geneseo.edu

Office Hours

SPRING 2020

Monday & Wednesday:  1:15 pm - 2:15 pm
Tuesday:  11:30 am - 12:30 pm
or by appointment

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • B.S., Canisus College

  • M.B.A., Canisus College

  • Ph.D., University at Buffalo

Publications

  • Felski, Elizabeth. (2015). Do common features exist among countries that locally adopt IFRS? International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting. Vol. 5(2).

  • Felski, Elizabeth. (2017). How Does Local Adoption of IFRS for those Countries who Modify IFRS by Design, Impair Comparability over Countries who have not Adapted IFRS? Journal of International Accounting Research. Vol, 16 (1)

More About Me

Affiliations

American Accounting Association

New York State Society of CPAs

Research Interests

International Financial Reporting Standards adoption

Classes

  • ACCT 103: Intro to Managerial Accounting

    An introduction to managerial accounting theory and practice. Emphasis is given to managerial accounting concepts; cost-volume-profit relationships; job, process, and absorption costing; budgeting; standard costs and variance analysis; price level changes; and the use of managerial accounting information in decision-making. Prerequisites: ACCT 102.

  • ACCT 270: Managerial Accounting I

    An in-depth study of the theory and practice of managerial accounting. Emphasis is given to cost-volume-profit relationships; cost behavior and cost allocation; job, process, joint and by-product costing; the master budget; standard costs and variance analysis; and responsibility accounting. Prerequisites: ACCT 103. Offered every spring

  • MGMT 522: Quantitative Analysis

    This course will provide a broad overview of advanced quantitative methodologies needed for modern management. Topics covered will include decision analysis, optimization, risk management, theory of waiting lines, simulation, forecasting, and multiple regression. Students will be required to work with computer packages for implementing the models taught in this course. Offered: every summer Prerequisites: ECON 202 and graduate status.