Associate Professor of Accountancy
BS Trinity University Business 1986 PhD Stanford University Decision Theory 1993
Areas of Expertise:
Performance measurement; Management control systems; Incentives; Organizational design; Customer profitability analysis; Executive compensation; Activity-based costing; Transfer pricing.
Shane Dikolli and Igor Vaysman, “Contracting on the Stock Price and Forward-looking Performance Measures,” European Accounting Review 15:4 (2006): 1-20.
Shane Dikolli and Igor Vaysman, “Information Technology, Organizational Design, and Transfer Pricing,” Journal of Accounting and Economics 41 (2006): 203-236.
Birendra Mishra and Igor Vaysman, “Cost-system Choice and Incentives – Traditional vs. Activity-based Costing,” Journal of Accounting Research 39 (2001): 619-641.
Igor Vaysman, “A Model of Negotiated Transfer Pricing,” Journal of Accounting and Economics 25 (1998): 349-384.
Igor Vaysman, “A Model of Cost-based Transfer Pricing,” Review of Accounting Studies 1 (1996): 73-108.
Thomas Hemmer, Christopher Stinson, and Igor Vaysman, “Self Audits, Penalties, and Taxpayer Compliance,” Journal of the American Taxation Association (1994): 63-81.
Michael Granof, David Platt and Igor Vaysman, “Using Activity-based Costing to Manage More Effectively,” The Business of Government Report Series, PricewaterhouseCoopers (2000).
Professor Vaysman specializes in performance measurement and incentives. His research and teaching focus on the design of performance-measurement, decision-support, and incentive systems in modern organizations.
Professor Vaysman teaches management accounting courses. Prior to joining Baruch College, he taught at INSEAD, The University of Chicago, The University of Texas at Austin, and The University of California, Berkeley.
- Journal of Accounting Research
- Journal of Accounting and Economics
- Contemporary Accounting Research
- Review of Accounting Studies
- Games and Economic Behavior
- American Economic Review
- Management Science
- European Accounting Review
- Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance
Served as editorial board member, Accounting Review, 2001-2005