Milton Shen, Ph.D.

Milton Shen, Ph.D.
Accounting

 

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Assistant Professor

Office: 340 BAB
Phone: 256.824.5416

Education

  • University of Kentucky, Ph.D. in Business Administration 2011.  Major:  Decision Science and Information Systems
  • Ohio State University, M.A. in Accounting, 2003.        
  • National Chengchi University, Taiwan, M.S. in Accounting, 1998.
  • National Chengchi University, Taiwan, B.B.A in Accounting, 1996.

Professional Certification

  • Certified Public Accountant, Taiwan, 2001

Academic Experience

  • Part-time Instructor, School of Accountancy, University of Kentucky, 2010-2011
  • Teaching Assistant, School of Management, University of Kentucky, 2007-10
  • Teaching Assistant, School of Accountancy, University of Kentucky, 2006-09
  • Research Assistant, University of Kentucky, 2005-08
  • Full-time Research Assistant, Department of Accounting, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, 2003-04
  • Part-time Teaching Assistant, Department of Accounting, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, 1997-98
  • Part-time Research Assistant, Department of Accounting, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, 1994-96

Current Teaching Responsibilities

  • Accounting Information Systems (ACC 307)

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Emergency Management Information Systems - Could Decision Makers be Supported in Choosing Display Formats?” with Radhika Santhanam, Melody Carswell, and Kyle Bailey, Decision Support Systems, Vol. 52, Issue 2, January 2012, pp.318-330

Recent Presentations

  • A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Financial Attitude Constructs in Six Countries, with Stephanie Bryant, Lan Guo, Dan Stone, Ben Wier, Alex Nikitkov, Chunyan Ren, Edson Luiz Riccio, Samir Trabelsi, and LiFang Zhang, AAA 2012 Management Accounting Section Meeting, Houston, 2012
  • The Effects of Ambiguity Tolerance and User Discretion on Spatial Task Performance and Display Choices, with Melody Carswell, Russell Grant, and Radhika Santhanam, Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Taipei, 2010.
  • A Comparative Analysis of Occupational Characteristics for Supply Chain Professionals, with Thomas J. Goldsby, Clyde W. Holsapple, and David A. Marshall, Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, 2009
  • Implications of Occupational Characteristics for Supply Chain Professionals on Curriculum Design, with Thomas J. Goldsby, Clyde W. Holsapple, and David A. Marshall, Production and Operations Management Society Conference, Orlando, 2009.
  • Impacts of Time Pressure and Impression Management on Financial Reporting & Decision-Making, with Melody Carswell and Radhika Santhanam, Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Baltimore, 2008.
  • Does Knowledge Work Pay? Doctoral Consortium, Association for Computing Machinery SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference, Charlottesville, 2008.
  • Is Accounting An 'Outlier' Profession? A Comparative Analysis of Professional Law, Healthcare, Engineering and Accounting, with Clement Chen, Keith Jones, Audrey Scarlata, and Dan N. Stone, American Accounting Association: Accounting, Behavior, and Organizations Section Research Conference Forum Session, Providence, 2008.
  • Should Accountants Be "Prudish, Unimaginative, and Inflexible?" The Recruiting Implications of Operational Models of Accounting Work, expanded from the 2007 paper, with Clement Chen, Keith Jones, Audrey Scarlata, and Dan N. Stone, American Accounting Association, Research Interaction Forum Session, Anaheim, 2008.
  • Should Accountants Be "Prudish, Unimaginative, and Inflexible?" The Recruiting Implications of Operational Models of Accounting Work, with Clement Chen, Keith Jones, Audrey Scarlata, and Dan N. Stone, American Accounting Association: Accounting, Behavior, and Organizations Section Research Conference, Philadelphia, 2007.
  • Can Decision Makers Be Advised to Choose Appropriate Display Formats in Crisis Situations? with Melody Carswell and Radhika Santhanam, Association for Information Systems, SIGDSS Conference, Kolkata, India, 2007.
  • Research on Using Electronic Spreadsheets in the Instruction of Financial Statements Consolidation, with Mei-Hwa Lin, 1999 AAA/TAA Globalization Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.