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Peter A. Silhan

Associate Professor of Accountancy

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Articles in Journals

Silhan, P. 2014. Income Smoothing from a Census X-12 Perspective. Advances in Accounting, 30: 106-115

Silhan, P. 2013. Interfirm Differences in Earnings Variability: An Analysis of Fundamentals, Cash Flows and Accruals. Accounting and Finance

Silhan, P., Szuster, N. 1996. The Future of Accounting. City Controller's Office, Rio de Janeiro

Craig, C., Silhan, P. 1995. AMTexpert: An Expert Decision Support System for the Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax. International Journal of Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance & Management, 155-171

Luttman, S., Silhan, P. 1995. Determinants of Earnings Variability. Journal of Applied Business Research, 117-124

Luttman, S., Silhan, P. 1995. Identifying Factors Consistently Related to Value Line Earnings Predictability. Financial Review, 445-468

Dugan, M., Shriver, K., Silhan, P. 1994. How to Forecast Income Statement Items for Auditing Purposes. Journal of Business Forecasting Methods & Systems, 22-26

Silhan, P., Luttman, S. 1993. An Empirical Analysis of the Value Line Earnings Predictability Index. Journal of Applied Business Research, 104-109

Silhan, P., Luttman, S. 1993. Corporate Seasonality as a Potential Determinant of Earnings Forecast Accuracy. Advances in Accounting, 139-158

Frecka, T., Newbold, P., Silhan, P. 1991. Seasonal Adjustment at the Corporate Level Using X-11 Procedures. Advances in Quantitative Analysis Of Finance And Accounting, 39-53

Silhan, P., Craig, C. 1991. Developing Expert Decision Support Systems for Tax Applications. Tax Adviser, 50-53

Silhan, P. 1989. Using Quarterly Sales and Margins to Predict Corporate Earnings: A Time Series Perspective. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 131-141

Hreha, K., Silhan, P. 1988. Tax Base Differences Between Worldwide and Water's Edge Methods of Unitary Taxation. Journal of the American Taxation Association, 89-98

Nitterhouse, D., Silhan, P. 1988. A Checklist for a Believable Bottom Line. Journal of Accounting and EDP, 20-24

Nitterhouse, D., Silhan, P. 1987. Formatting Accounting Outputs for Improved Usability. Journal of Systems Management, 6-11

Silhan, P. 1987. Learning to Avoid MIS Design Cop-Outs. Journal of Systems Management, 35-39

Hreha, K., Silhan, P. 1986. An Empirical Analysis of Unitary Apportionment. Journal of the American Taxation Association, 7-18

Silhan, P., Frecka, T. 1986. On the Sales Forecasting Benefits of Form 10-K Backlog Information. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 425-431

Silhan, P., Thomas, H. 1986. Using Simulated Mergers to Evaluate Corporate Diversification Strategies. Strategic Management Journal, 523-534

Silhan, P., McKeown, J. 1985. Further Evidence on the Usefulness of Simulated Mergers. Journal of Accounting Research, 416-426

Manes, R., Schoumaker, F., Silhan, P. 1984. Demand Relationships and Pricing Decisions for Related Products. Managerial and Decision Economics, 120-122

Silhan, P. 1984. Company Size and the Issue of Quarterly Segment Reporting. Journal of Accounting & Public Policy, 185-197

Silhan, P. 1983. The Effects of Segmenting Quarterly Sales and Margins On Extrapolative Forecasts of Conglomerate Earnings: Extension and Replication. Journal of Accounting Research, 341-347

Silhan, P. 1982. Simulated Mergers of Existent Autonomous Firms: A New Approach to Segmentation Research. Journal of Accounting Research, 255-262

Silhan, P. 1982. Management Accounting Is Research. Management Accounting, 38-42

Silhan, P., Hopwood, W., Newbold, P. 1982. The Potential for Gains in Predictive Ability Through Disaggregation: Segmented Annual Earnings. Journal of Accounting Research, 724-732

Silhan, P. 1981. Electronic Data Processing and the Management Accountant. Survey of Business, 18-23

Silhan, P. 1978. The Recurring Problem of Divergent Terminology. The Accounting Review, 179-181

Presentations

Silhan, P. 2006. "Management, Information, Systems", Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro.

Silhan, P. 2006. "Management, Information, Systems", Fundacao Getulio Vagas, Rio de Janeiro.

Silhan, P. 2001. Active Server Pages, Okayama University, Okayama.

Silhan, P. 2000. E-Commerce, Okayama University, Okayama.

Silhan, P. 2000. e-Commerce Considerations, Bilkent University, Ankara.

Silhan, P. 2000. Entry Threat as a Determinant of Earnings Management, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Silhan, P. 1999. Management Support Systems, Cheju National University, Cheju.

Silhan, P. 1999. Management Support Systems, Chonnam National University, Kwanju.

Silhan, P. 1998. Decision Support Systems, Okayama University, Okayama.

Silhan, P. 1997. Accounting Systems, City University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro.

Silhan, P. 1997. Accounting Systems, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro.

Silhan, P. 1997. Accounting Systems, Globosat Corporation, Rio de Janeiro.

Silhan, P. 1997. Accounting Systems, Information Consulting Group, Brazilian Senate, Brasilia.

Silhan, P. 1997. Developing Expert Decision Support Systems, Okayama University, Okayama.

Silhan, P. 1997. Entry Threat as a Determinant of Earnings Management, University of Brasilia, Brasilia.

Silhan, P. 1997. Entry Threat as a Determinant of Earnings Management, Asian-Pacific Conference on International Issues, Bangkok.

Silhan, P. 1997. Accounting Systems, Auditing Division, Brazilian Supreme Court, Brazilia.

Silhan, P. 1996. Accounting Trends, Chuo University, Tokyo.

Silhan, P. 1996. Impact of Accounting Accruals on Earnings Variability, Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul.

Silhan, P. 1995. Factors Consistently Related to Earnings Predictability, Senshu University, Kanagawa.

Silhan, P. 1995. Impact of Accounting Accruals on Earnings Variability, Chuo University, Tokyo.

Silhan, P. 1995. Impact of Accounting Accruals on Earnings Variability, Institute of Business Research, Chuo University, Tokyo.

Silhan, P. 1993. Factors Consistently Related to Earnings Predictability, Accountancy Forum, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.

Silhan, P. 1990. Time-Varying Determinants of Earnings Predictability, Accountancy Forum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign.

Silhan, P. 1989. Impact of Corporate Seasonality on Unexpected Earnings, Louisiana State University Accounting, Baton Rouge.

Silhan, P. 1985. Seasonal Adjustment at the Corporate Level, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Reno.

Silhan, P. 1984. On the Predictive Benefits of 10-K Backlog Information, International Symposium on Forecasting, London.

Silhan, P. 1984. The Importance of MIS in Small Business, Entrepreneurship Workshop, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign.

Silhan, P. 1983. Financial Statement Predictions, International Symposium on Forecasting, Philadelphia.

Silhan, P. 1983. The Effects of the Size and the Number of Reporting Segments on Forecasts of Conglomerate Earnings, Ohio State Research Colloquium, Columbus.

Silhan, P. 1983. Choice of Reporting Alternatives, American Accounting Association ABO Research Conference, Chicago.

Silhan, P. 1983. On the Usefulness of SEC Backlog Information, Tennessee Accounting Workshop, Knoxville.

Silhan, P. 1981. The Effects of Size and Diversification on Forecasts of Conglomerate Earnings, Accountancy Forum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign.

 

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