Steven B. Lilien , PhD, CPA was chairman of the Stan Ross Department of Accountancy for fifteen years and is now the Weinstein Professor of Accountancy, at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY. He has published extensively in the governance area with forthcoming co-authored articles on executive compensation in the Journal of Business and on pro-forma earnings in the Harvard Business Review. He has served as a consultant on financial accounting and auditing for international and regional CPAs as well as for governmental agencies and law firms. He is a governor of the New York Chapters of Financial Executives International and the Institute of Internal Auditors. His articles have appeared in every major accounting journal, and he has co-authored books on financial accounting and auditing and on discovery of accounting information in litigation actions. He was co-editor, with Douglas Carmichael and Martin Mellman, of the Eighth and Ninth Editions of the Accountants Handbook.
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.