Academics

By extension Academia has come to connote the cultural accumulation of knowledge, its development and transmission across generations and its practitioners and transmitters.

Bala Balachandran

Dr. Bala Balachandran

Accounting Information & Management
Professor Emeritus of Accounting Information & Management
J. L. Kellogg
Northwestern University
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Bala Balachandran began his teaching career in 1960 while a graduate student at Annamalai University, India. In 1967 he moved to the University of Dayton and in 1971, to Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, where he taught management courses while working on his doctorate. In 1973 he joined the Kellogg School of Management faculty. He was Chairman of the Department of Accounting Information and Management from 1979 - 1983. In 1984 he was appointed Professor of Accounting Information and Management and was Director of the Accounting Research Center from 1985-2006.

Professor Balachandran's teaching interests include managerial accounting, auditing, management information systems, and mathematical programming. He is one of three Kellogg faculty members who started the Information Resource Management Program (IRM) at Northwestern in 1974. He has authored more than 55 research articles and is currently writing a managerial accounting textbook with emphasis on cost management in an automated manufacturing environment. He is department editor in accounting for Management Science, associate editor for The Accounting Review and on the editorial boards of Contemporary Accounting Research, and the Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance.

Professor Balachandran's research deals with performance evaluation, cost management, audit planning, allocation models, and forecasting. His recent work includes auditors' legal liability and game theoretic cost allocation models with transfer pricing. His work has earned numerous scholastic honors, awards, and fellowships, and he serves as a consultant to senior management in industry, as well as to the U.S. Air Force, in the areas of accounting, forecasting, and strategic decision support systems. He has provided executive education for various companies and the government and is the program director for "Managing Cost Information for Effective Strategic Decisions," a three-day program conducted at the James L. Allen Center each year during the spring and fall.


Mohan Gopalakrishnan

Mohan Gopalakrishnan

Associate Professor
Arizona State University West
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Mohan Gopalakrishnan is an award-winning researcher with a wide range of interests. His work has explored global supply chain risk management, health care operations management, non-profit humanitarian logistics management, web-congestion and technology capacity management, product design and target costing, pricing and revenue management, “purchase-cards” and inventory management, project management, ware housing and distribution management, and manufacturing planning and control.

His work has been widely cited and published in leading journals, including Journal of Supply Chain Management, International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Operational Research, European Journal of Industrial Engineering, International Journal of Information Management, Leadership Quarterly, and Management Science. His projects have been funded by the National Science and Engineering Research Council – Quebec, the Seagram Foundation, and American Express Global Technologies, among others.

His teaching focuses on global operations and supply-chain management, business-process excellence management, lean and six-sigma management, project management, and technology management and he has won multiple awards for “Outstanding Teaching Excellence.” Prior to joining ASU in 1998, Gopalakrishnan held a faculty position in Decision Sciences and MIS at Concordia University, Canada, and previously taught at IIT-Chennai, Great Lakes Institute of Management, and IIM-Ahmedabad. He earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Madras in India, and his master’s and doctorate at the University of Alabama.


Il-Woon Kim

Dr. Il-Woon Kim

Professor of Accounting and International Business
The University of Akron
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Dr. Kim teaches Cost/Managerial Accounting, Advanced Managerial Accounting, Accounting, Management and Control, Cost Concepts and Control International Accounting, International Financial Reports and Analysis.

Dr. Kim's research interests include Developing cost management models, Examining current practices of management accounting, Comparative analyses of accounting practices in different countries, Target costing, and Theory of constraints.

He is active in a number of organizations, including International Journal of StrategicCost Management as Managing Editor, Asian Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship as Consulting Editor, Institute of Management Accountants as Academic Mentor, Akron Chapter of IMA as Director, Consortium of Advanced Manufacturing - International as Academic Affiliate.


Dan Swenson

Dan Swenson

Associate Professor
Arizona State University
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Editorial Review Board
Journal of Business Disciplines, 2000-2001
Ad Hoc Reviewer
  • Accounting Educator's Journal
  • Accounting Horizons
  • American Accounting Association
Professional Associations

Director of Finance, Peck Industries, 1987-1989; Plant Controller, Dow Corning Wright, 1984-1987; Budget Administrator, Levi Strauss and Co, 1980-1984.

Member, Executive Committee for the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association, 2001-Present


David Malone

David Malone

Professor and Chair
School of Accounting & Taxation
Weber State University
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David Malone joined the faculty of Weber State University in 2007. He is a professor of accounting at the Goddard School of Business & Economics. He previously taught at University of Wyoming, University of Idaho and most recently at Texas Tech University. He earned a PhD in accounting in 1987 from University of Arkansas, and he has his BBA and MBA from Texas State University. Malone primarily teaches financial and managerial accounting.

Malone’s current research interests are accounting for environmental sustainability and target costing. He has published in a wide variety of journals on topics ranging from financial reporting to corporate social responsibility to accounting information systems. He has served as chair of the Trueblood Seminars Committee of the American Accounting Association, sponsored by the Deloitte & Touche Foundation. He is currently active as a member of and participant in the Consortium for Advanced Management – International, working with their Environmental Sustainability Interest Group.

CAM-I Spring Meeting

March 9-11, 2020, Alexandria, VA

CAM-I 2020 Meetings

  • February 13 - 14 2020, 30 Finsbury Square, London, United Kingdom
  • March 9 - 11 2020, Alexandria, Virginia
  • June 8 - 10 2020, Seattle, Washington
  • September 14 - 16 2020, Alexandria, Virginia
  • October 19 - 20 2020, United Kingdom, Bristol
  • December 7 - 9 2020, Austin, Texas