Meet Michael N. Robinson
Assistant Professor, Accounting
Education: 1983 University of the West Indies, B.S.
1989 The Pennsylvania State University, MBA
2001 Arizona State University, MSIM
2009 Arizona State University, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Accounting for value creation
Accounting for strategic management
Career Specialties: Michael Robinson has 18 years industry experience in operations finance and general management, and has expertise in management accounting, managerial finance and financial statement analysis.
Professional and Community Activities: Robinson is an active member of the American Accounting Association (AAA) including section membership in financial accounting research, management accounting, accounting organization and behavior, and the diversity. He serves the accounting academic community as an ad hoc reviewer for Auditing, Journal of Practice and Theory, Advances in Accounting, and for the American Accounting Association. His research interests are management control systems, strategic cost managment and value-based management, and corporate governance and the quality of financial reporting.
Honors and Awards: KPMG Peat Marwick Foundation Minority Accounting Doctoral Scholarship, 2005-2009
Arizona State University - Graduate Academic Scholarship, 2005-2009