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John Chandler
Associate Professor of Accountancy

Educational Background

Ph.D. , M.S., Ohio State University, 1977, 1976
B.A., College of William and Mary, 1972

Positions Held

At the University of Illinois since 1978. Director MAS program, 1998-present. Associate at the UIUC Beckman Institute, 1989-94. Director of the college's Office for Information Management from 1987-93. Information systems consultant.

Recent Publications

Chandler, J. S., Han, I., & Liang, T.-P. 1996. The impact of measurement scale and correlation structure on classification performance of inductive learning and statistical methods. Expert Systems with Applications: An International Journal. 10: 209-221.

Chandler, J.S., Stone, D., & Arundchalam, V. 1996. An Empirical Investigation of knowledge, skill, self-efficacy, and computer anxiety in accounting education. Issues in Accounting Education, 11: 345-376.

Chandler, J., Laughlin, P., Shupe, E., Magley, V., & Hulbert, L. 1995. Generality of a theory of collective induction: Face-to-Face and computer-mediated interaction, amount of potential information, and group versus member choice of evidence. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 63: 98-111.

Chandler, J., Ma, Y., & Wilkins, D. 1993. Learning classification rules from noisy data: An extended Bayesian belief function approach. In T. Petsche, S. Judd, and S. Hanson (Eds.) Computational Learning Theory and Natural Language Systems. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Honors and Awards

Weldon Powell Achievement Fellowship, 1996-97. NSF grant, 1992-94. Sangamon Valley Chapter of NAA, Best Manuscript Award, 1981-82.

Academic Service

Editorial Boards: Accounting, Management, and Information Technologies, 1990-2001; Advances in Accounting Information Systems, 1984-1988.

Teaching and Research

Teaches courses in accounting control systems. Research focuses on control of not-for-profit organizations and machine learning applications to business problems. Consultant on cost, control and information systems analysis, domestically and internationally.

Contact Information:
225D David Kinley Hall
1407 W. Gregory Drive
Urbana, IL 61801
(217) 333-4539
chandlej@uiuc.edu



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