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    Mindy Callen

    Sessional Lecturer

    Bio

    Mindy Callen is a sessional lecturer in Accounting at Rotman. She has worked both in public practice and in industry. Her current teaching focus is introductory and intermediate financial accounting having also taught courses in managerial accounting and accounting theory in the past. Her research interests include firm valuation, firm performance metrics and the economics of just-in-time inventory.

    Academic Positions

    2008-current  Sessional Lecturer; Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
    2004-2006  Visiting Assistant Professor; Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
    2007  Visiting Assistant Professor; City University of Hong Kong
    2000-2003  Lecturer; Ben Gurion University of the Negev
    1999-2000  Lecturer; Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    1993  Lecturer, Part-time; Stern School of Business, New York University
    1989- 1990  Lecturer; Jerusalem College for Women- Israel

    Selected Publications - Papers

    • An Empirical Analysis of the Incentive-Action-Performance Chain of the Principal-Agent Model; J. L. Callen, M. Morel and C. Fader; Journal of Management Accounting Research; 2008; Pages: 79-105
    • Productivity Measurement and the Relationship between Plant Performance and JIT Intensity; J. L. Callen, M. Morel and C. Fader; Contemporary Accounting Research; Issue: (Summer); 2005; Pages: 271-309
    • The Valuation Relevance of R&D Expenditures: Time Series Evidence; J. L. Callen and M. Morel; International Review of Financial Analysis; 2005; Pages: 304-325
    • The Enron-Andersen Debacle: Do Equity Markets React to Auditor Reputation?; J.L. Callen and M. Morel; Finance Letters; Issue: (October); 2003; Pages: 1-5
    • The Profitability-Risk Tradeoff of Just-in-Time Manufacturing; J. L. Callen, M. Morel and C. Fader; Managerial and Decision Economics; 2003; Pages: 393-402
    • Endogenous Parameter Time Series Estimation: Ohlson Versus Alternative Nested Cash Flow Models; M. Morel; Journal of Business Finance & Accounting; Issue: (Nov/Dec); 2003; Pages: 1341-1363
    • Linear Valuation When Abnormal Earnings Are AR(2); J. L. Callen and M. Morel; Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting; Issue: (May); 2001; Pages: 191-203
    • A Lintnerian Linear Accounting Valuation Model; J. L. Callen and M. Morel; Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance; Issue: (Summer); 2000; Pages: 301-314
    • A Multi-lagged Specification of the Ohlson Model; M. Morel; Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance; Issue: (Spring); 1999; Pages: 147-161
    • Do Culture and Religion Mitigate Earnings Management? Evidence from a Cross-country Analysis; International Journal of Disclosure and Governance, forthcoming

    Recent Presentations

    • Faculty of Management, Jerusalem College of Technology; 2004
    • School of Management, Business Administration Seminar, Ben Gurion University; 2002
    • School of Business, Accounting and Finance Seminar, The Hebrew University; 1999
    • Faculty of Management, Accounting and Finance Seminar, Tel Aviv University; 1999
    • Department of Accounting, Rutgers University; 1998

    Honors and Awards

    1994-1996  Excellence Fellowship; Rutgers University
    1969  Ontario Grade 13 Scholar; The Government of Ontario

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