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Michael Haselkorn

Associate Professor, Accountancy
Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1980
BA, Princeton University
Office: Adamian Academic Center 216 | 781.891._2521 |

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Formerly employed by Arthur Andersen and Inland Steel Company. Research interests include the use of computers in the classroom and how new manufacturing techniques might change the cost accounting system. Author of Financial Accounting Practice Set and co-author of Lecture Guide for Teaching Principles of Accounting. Formerly taught at Adelphi University and the University of Chicago.

Teaching Interests

Introductory financial accounting, Management accounting; Cost accounting; Financial statement analysis

Research Interests

Internal cost accounting systems; Teaching methodology

Consulting/Practice Interests

Cost accounting systems; Accounting text review


Journal Article(s)
Abdolmohammadi, M. J., Brown, C., Feldmann, D. A., Gujarathi, M. R., Haselkorn, M. (1998). Designing and Implementing an AECC Complying Introductory Accounting Course: A Four Year Perspective. Advances in Accounting Education, 1, 147-162.

Gogan, J. L, Haselkorn, M, Subramani, M, Cash, J. (1999). Open Market Inc.: The E-Commerce Wars. Harvard Business School.

Haselkorn, M. (1981). APB No. 8: An Empirical Investigation.

Conference Presentations

Klein, L. A., Haselkorn, M. (2004). "Enhancing Effectiveness of Student Learning through Protocols."

Haselkorn, M., Klein, L. A. (2004). "Improving Student Performance Using the Fear/Hopes Protocol."


Public Service
Audit Committee for Maimonides School, 2015