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Dan Swenson

Dan Swenson

Associate Professor
School of Accountancy

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Contact
Office:FAB N136
Mailing Address:
Main Campus
PO BOX 873606
Tempe, AZ 85287-3606

Phone: 602-543-6226
Fax: 480-965-8392
Email: Dan.Swenson@asu.edu

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Education
Ph.D., Accountancy, University of Mississippi, 1993; MBA, Business Administration, Arizona State University, 1980; B.B.A., Business Administration, University of Memphis, 1978

Academic Positions
Arizona State University: 2000-present. Previous Appointments: University of Idaho, University of Mississippi

Professional Leadership
Member, Executive Committee for the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association, 2001-Present; Member, Editorial Review Board, Journal of Business Disciplines, 2000-2001; Ad Hoc Reviewer, Accounting Educator's Journal, Accounting Horizons, and the American Accounting Association, 1995-Present.

Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Director of Finance, Peck Industries, 1987-1989; Plant Controller, Dow Corning Wright, 1984-1987; Budget Administrator, Levi Strauss and Co, 1980-1984.

Representative Publications
Swenson, Dan, Shahid Ansari, Jan Bell, and Il-Woon Kim. "A Field Study of Best Practices in Target Costing." Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter 2003), pp. 12-17.

Kim, Il-Woon, Shahid Ansari, Jan Bell, and Dan Swenson, "Target Costing Practices in the United States." Controlling (November 2002), pp. 607-614.

Swenson, D, and D. Barney. "ABC/M: Which Companies Have Success?" Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance (March/April 2001), pp. 35-44.
 

 


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ACC 350 - Internal Reporting
Internal reporting systems for planning, control, and decision making.

ACC 585 - Perf Measuremt&Adv Mgrl Acctg
Applies quantitative techniques to accounting problems.