Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania.
M.B.A. University of Western Ontario.
B. of Commerce. Mcgill University.
Raffi Indjejikian's research focus is agency theory and its application to managerial accounting. In particular, he develops models and theories that illustrate the role of managerial accounting in decision-making and control and provides empirical evidence of current managerial accounting practices.
“Rational Information Leakage,” with Hai Lu and Liyan Yang, working paper, 2012, under review at Management Science.
“Commitment in Target Setting: Evidence from Earnings Target Revisions in Annual Bonus Plans,” with M. Matejka, K. Merchant, and W. Van der Steed, working paper, 2012, under review at The Accounting Review.
“Performance Evaluation of Business Unit Managers: Theory and Empirical Evidence” with Michal Matejka, The Accounting Review, 87 (1) January, 2012, 261-290.
“CFO Fiduciary Responsibilities and Annual Bonus Incentives” with Michal Matejka, Journal of Accounting Research 47, September 2009, 1061-1093.
“The Market for Corporate Control and CEO Compensation: Complements or Substitutes?” with Shijun Cheng, Contemporary Accounting Research, 26 (3) Fall 2009, 1-29.
“Managerial Influence and CEO Performance Incentives” with Shijun Cheng, International Review of Law and Economics 29 (2009) 115-126.