|Title:||Associate Dean for Executive Development
Chair and Professor, School of Accounting
|Department:||Executive Development, School of Accounting
Darla Moore School of Business
|Resources:||Curriculum Vitae [pdf]|
Mark Cecchini is a Associate Dean of Executive Development, and School of Accounting professor and department chair at the Moore School. He holds a B.S. in both finance and accounting from Florida State University, an MBA from Rollins College and a Ph.D. from the University of Florida.
Accounting information systems, machine learning theory and applications (SVM), data management and information retrieval, IS strategy, and database/systems analysis and design/telecommunications.
- "Economic Consequences of Firms' Depreciation Method Choice: Evidence from Capital Investments," (with S. Jackson and K.Liu), Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2009, Vol 48(1): 54-68.
- Detecting Management Fraud in Public Companies," (with H. Aytug, G. Koehler, and P. Pathak), Management Science, 2010, Vol. 56: 1146-1160.
- "Making Words Work: Using Financial Text as a Predictor of Financial Events," (with H. Aytug, G. Koehler, and P. Pathak), Decision Support Systems, 2010, Vol. 50: 164-175.
- "Do Initial Public Offering Firms Manage Accruals? Evidence from Individual Accounts," (with S. Jackson and K. Liu), Review of Accounting Studies, 2012, Vol. 17(1): 22-40.
- "Multinational Transfer Pricing: A Transaction Cost and Resource Based View," (with A. Leitch and C. Strobel), Journal of Accounting Literature, 2013, Vol. 31(1): 31-48.
- "Solving Nonlinear Principal-Agent Problems using Bilevel Programming," (with J. Ecker, M. Kupferschmid, and A. Leitch), European Journal of Operational Research, 2013, Vol. 230 (2): 364-373.
- “A multiple objective search process for management using a transfer pricing example,” (with J. Ecker, M. Kupferschmid, and A. Leitch), International Journal of Business and Management, 2013, Vol. 8 (21): 89-107.
- "Analysts' Qualitative Statements and the Profitability of Favorable Investment Recommendations," (with M. Caylor and J. Winchel), forthcoming in Accounting, Organizations and Society.
- Ph.D., University of Florida, 2005
- MBA, Rollins College, 2000
- B.S., The Florida State University, 1992