Sudha Krishnan

Sudha Krishnan

Professor, Accountancy (ACCT)
Email: sudha.krishnan@csulb.edu
Campus Phone: 562.985.5757
Office: COB-412 (Hours)

I graduated with a B. Com. and M. Com from Bombay University, M. Acc. and PhD from University of Southern California. I am also a Chartered Accountant from India.

I teach Financial Accounting, Corporate Governance, Mergers & Acquisitions Accounting and Financial Instruments including Hedge Accounting

Corporate governance, education pedagogy and Business Communication

  • PhD, University of Southern California, 1999
    Major/Concentration: Business Administration (Accounting)
  • Master, University of Southern California, 1993
    Major/Concentration: Accounting
  • Master, Bombay University, 1989
    Major/Concentration: Accounting and Financial Management
  • Bachelor, Bombay University, 1985
    Major/Concentration: Accounting and Financial Management
    Academic
  • CSULB College of Business (2015 - Present) Chair of Accountancy Department
  • California State University, Long Beach (2011 - Present) Professor
  • California State University, Long Beach (2007 - 2011) Associate Professor
  • Loyola Marymount University (1999 - 2007) Assistant Professor
  • University of Southern California (1996 - 1996) Part Time Faculty
  • University of Southern California (1995 - 1999) Lead Teaching Assistant
  • University of Southern California (1994 - 1995) Teaching Assistant
  • University of Southern California (1993 - 1994) Instructor
  • University of Southern California (1992 - 1993) Teaching Assistant
  • Corporate Planning Department, Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India(ICICI) (1987 - 1989) Officer
  • M.P. Chitale and Co.(Chartered Accountants) (1984 - 1987) Intern
  • "Tone Analysis and Earnings Management", Journal of Accounting and Finance Research , Nov-2018
  • "Readability of compensation discussion and analysis: the impact of the Plain English initiative", International Journal of Services and Standard (The), Jan-2016
  • "The Effect of Experience on Perceived Communications Skills: Comparisons Between Accounting Professionals and Students", Advances in Accounting Education , Jan-2013
  • "Inventory Valuation Under IFRS and GAAP", Strategic Finance (Management Accounting), Jan-2012
  • "Executive Compensation and the Impact of SEC Disclosure Requirements", Decision Sciences Institute, Jan-2010
  • "Failure to Communicate: Why Accounting Students Don't Measure Up to Professionals Expectations", CPA Journal , Jan-2010
  • "Attitude Toward Communications Skills: The Comparison Between Accounting Students and Professionals", Decision Sciences Institute, Jan-2009
  • "A Comparison of Corporate Governance in China and India with the U.S", Business Review, Cambridge (Predatory) (The), Jan-2009
  • "Readability of Annual Reports for Top 10 S&P firms- A Comparison Among Measures", International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines(iabpad) Conference , Athens, Greece , Jul-2019
  • "Readability of Compensation Discussion and Analysis: The Impact of the Plain English Initiative", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Maui, Hawaii , Jan-2015
  • "Use of Media for Business Communication: A Survey of Business Students", American Accounting Association , Apr-2014
  • "Readability of Annual Reports for Top 10 S&P firms -- A Comparison Among Measures", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Jan-2014
  • "Comparison Between Traditional and New Media in Business Communication - A Survey of Business Major Students", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , Long Beach, California , Jan-2013
  • "The Impact of 2006 SEC Executive Compensation Disclosure Requirements on Pay-for-Performance Relationship", Hawaii International Conference on Business , Jan-2012
  • "Comparison Between Traditional and New Media in Business Communication - A Survey of Business Major Students", Western Decision Science Institute (WDSI) Meeting , San Francisco, California , Jan-2012
  • "Reviewer" , McGraw-Hill/Irwin, Publishers , Jan-2018
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