Faculty Research Detail - Hassan Hassab-Elnaby, Ph.D.
|Name: Hassan Hassab-Elnaby, Ph.D.|
|Office: ST 3036|
Cairo University, Ph.D., Accounting, 1998
Financial reporting issues, Executive compensation, Performance evaluation, and International
• The relative and incremental information content of accounting earnings versus the cash recovery rate, (with Amal A. Said and Tanya S. Nowlin). Review of Accounting and Finance 2008 (7): 372-395.
• An exploration of ethical decision-making processes in the United States and Egypt (with Rafik I. Beekun, Rania Hamdy, and James W. Westerman). Journal of Business Ethics 2008 (82): 587-605.
• Enterprise resource planning & non-financial performance incentives: The joint impact on corporate performance (with Benson Wier and James Hunton). International Journal of Accounting Information System 2007 (8):165-190.
• Audit committees oversight responsibilities post Sarbanes-Oxley Act? (with Amal Said and Glenn Wolfe). American Journal of Business 2007 (22):19-32.
• An investigation of the organizational and behavioral effects of corporate and national cultural in budgeting systems (with Patricia Douglas, Carolyn Norman, and Benson Wier). Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation 2007 (16): 90-109.
• The role of taxes in deferred compensation plans: The case of alternative minimum tax, (with Baugu Musazi and Tanya S. Nowlin). Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Quarterly 2007 (55) 4: 795-827.
• Waiving technical default: The role of agency costs and bank regulations. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting 2006 (33) 9&10: 1368-1389.
• The rentention of nonfinancial performance measures in compensation contracts (with Amal A. Said and Benson Wier). Journal of Management Accounting Research 2005: 23-42.
• Culture's consequences in controlling agency costs: Egyptian evidence (with Michael Mosebach). Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation 2005: 19-32.
• An empirical investigation of the performance consequences of nonfinancial measures (with Amal A. Said and Benson Wier). Journal of Management Accounting Research 2003: 193-223.
• The impact of environmental factors on accounting development: An Egyptian longtitudinal study (with Amal Said and Ruth W. Epps). Critical Perspectives in Accounting 2003 (14): 273-292.
• Consequences of the accounting environment on debt covenants: Comparing Egypt to developed countries (with Amal A. Said). Journal of Emerging Markets (Fall/Winter) 1997: 57-71.