Professor Kogan’s areas of research include expert systems and artificial intelligence, internet technology and electronic commerce, knowledge-based decision support systems, accounting information systems, reasoning under uncertainty, productivity accounting and data analysis.
Ph.D., Computer Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences; Computer Science
Publications with PhD Students and Alumni:
Cong Y. Kogan A. and Vasarhelyi M. "The Association between Firms' Nature and Financial Statement Presentation Formats: On the Comparability of Income Statement Formats" Working Paper, Towson, 2005.
A.Kogan. M.Alles. M.Vasarhelyi. J.Wu. Continuity Equations in Continuous Assurance. Presented at AAA annual meeting. Orlando, 2004.
Name: Li, Pei
Graduation Date: 2016/May
Thesis Title: Analytics with Exception Prioritization, Consumer Search Volume, and Social Capital
Name: Byrnes, Paul
Graduation Date: 2015/October
Thesis Title: Developing an Automated Application for Clustering and Outlier Detection: Data Mining Implications for Auditing Practice
Name: Chychyla, Roman
Graduation Date: 2014/May
Thesis Title: Essays on Accounting Data Difference and Audit Learning
Name: Issa, Hussein
Graduation Date: 2013/October
Thesis Title: Exceptional Exceptions
Name: Chan, David
Graduation Date: 2012/May
Thesis Title: The Relationship between an Independent Audit and Financial Reporting Quality: Evidence from Small Private Commercial Banks