Dr. Izzet Kenis, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Accounting
Office: BSB 221
Phone: (856) 225-6711
Email: kenis@camden.rutgers.edu
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Ph.D., New York University

Dr. Kenis has published scholarly articles in various management and accounting journals and has served as an ad hoc reviewer for several accounting publications. He has experience in banking and public accounting.

Research Interests: Profit planning and control

Courses Taught: Accounting for Financial Analysis; Accounting for Management; Advanced Managerial Accounting; Intermediate Accounting; Principles of Accounting

Representative Publications:

  • “Determinants of Turnover and attitude of Accountants” Proceedings of the American Accounting Association, Northeast Regional Meeting, 1989
  • “Reaction of managers to Reward Expectancy in Budgeting Environment” Proceedings of the American Accounting Association, Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting. 1983, pp.157-165
  • “Effects of Budgetary Goal Characteristics on Managerial Attitudes and Performance,” The Accounting Review, October 1979, pp. 707-721
  • “Advertising and Promotion Costs-Expense or Asset? : Examination of the Issues,” The National Public Accountant (Co-author: Benjamin Katz), January 1979, pp.8-12
  • “Reaction of Accountants to Job Characteristics- A Field Study” Proceedings of the American Accounting Association, Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting 1979, pp.25-34
  • “Behavioral Effects of Budgets- A Field Study,” Proceedings of AAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting, 1978, pp.52-70
  • “Leadership Behavior, Subordinate Personality, and Satisfaction with Supervision in Banking Industry,” Journal of Psychology, 1978, 98, pp.99-107
  • “A Cross-Cultural Study of Personality and Leadership in Banking Industry,” Group and Organization Studies. March 1977, pp. 49-60