Steven B. Lilien
Weinstein Professor of Accountancy
BS New York University Accountancy 1969 MS New York University Accountancy 1973 PhD New York University Accountancy and Finance 1976 CPA State of New York 1980
Areas of Expertise:
Financial and Managerial Accounting
"Assessment of Analysts' Target Prices" (with Stephen Bryan and Lee-Seok Hwang). CPA Journal, July 2001.
"CEO Stock Based Compensation: An Empirical Analysis of Incentive-Intensity, Relative Mix and Economic Determinants" (with Stephen Bryan and Lee-Seok Hwang). Journal of Business, Fall 2000.
"Market Valuation of Interest-Cost Savings from Debt Refinancing" (with Aloke Ghosh and Steven Lim). Journal of Financial Statement Analysis, 1998.
"Stock-Based Compensation Effect on Net Income" (with Martin Mellman). CPA Journal, March 1996.
"Mandated Accounting Changes and Managerial Discretion" (with Steven Balsam and In-Mu Haw). Journal of Accounting and Economics, January 1995.
Developed combined 150-credit BBA/BA-MS Degree Program in Accountancy (60 students currently enrolled).
Published Impact, the Newsletter of the Stan Ross Department of Accountancy.
Organized Alumni/Student Breakfasts and Corporate Associates Program.
Vice Chair, AACSB Accreditation Team, George Washington University, 1998.
Vice Chair, AACSB Accreditation Team, Bowling Green University, 1996.
Board of Advisors, Grace and Co. Consultancy, 2000-present.
Board of Directors and Leadership Group, New York Chapter, Financial Executives Institute, 1999-present.
Chair, Academic Relations Committee, New York Chapter, Financial Executives Institute, 2001-present.
Board of Directors, New York Chapter, Institute of Internal Auditors, 1997-present.
Testified before State Assembly Hearings on Accountancy Law Reform, December 1999.