PhD, Izmir University of Economics
BS in Business Administration, State University of New York at New Paltz
Ibrahim Onur Oz is an Associate Professor of Accounting and he teaches Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Financial Reporting Theory III (Intermediate Accounting III), Accounting For Decision Makers, and IFRS Analysis and Implementation courses in Barney School of Business. Before joining the University of Hartford, he taught at Central Connecticut State University.
His research interests include:
- Financial Distress
- Earnings Management
- Audit Quality
Oz, I.O., T. Yelkenci and G. Meral (2021). The role of earnings components and machine learning on the revelation of deteriorating firm performance. International Review of Financial Analysis, Volume 77.
Oz, I.O., and T.Yelkenci (2018). Examination of real and accrual earnings management: A cross-country analysis of legal origin under IFRS. International Review of Financial Analysis 58, 24-37.
Oz, I.O., and C.S.Mugan (2018). Bankruptcy prediction models’ generalizability: Evidence from emerging market economies. Advances in Accounting 41, 114-125.
Oz, I.O., and T.Yelkenci (2017). A Theoretical Approach to Financial Distress Prediction Modeling. Managerial Finance 43(2), 212-230.
Oz,I.O. and T.Yelkenci (2015). The generalizability of financial distress prediction models: Evidence from Turkey. Journal of Accounting and Management Information Systems 14(4), 685-703.