Koffler Hall 206
Ph.D. - Behavioral Accounting University of Connecticut
Area(s) of Expertise:
Education games and simulations, entrepreneurial best practices, financial valuation techniques, Libor manipulation scandal, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), virtual reality communication systems.
Awards and Honors:
Best Research Paper Award
- Strategic Emerging Technologies Workshop, American Accounting AssociationSSRN Top 1% Download Citation
- SSRNSSRN Top 1,000 Download Citation
- SSRNKeynote Address, Biennial Conference
- IAAER / Southern African Accounting AssociationKeynote Address, Public Interest Conference
- American Accounting Association
Kraten, Michael. (2014). Sustainability - The Accounting Perspective.
CPA Journal, 84 (3), 11-14.
Kraten, Michael. (2014). The Chinese Experience: The Impact Of Financial Restatements On Firm Value And Its Implications On The Investigatory Practices Of Regulators.
Research In Accounting Regulation,
Kraten, Michael. (2013). Why Libor Manipulation Matters.
Kraten, Michael. (2012). Budgeting In The Global Internet Communication Technology Industry.
Kraten, Michael. (2012). Libor Manipulation?.
Journal Of Banking And Finance,
Kraten, Michael., Featured Faculty - Visiting Speaker Series, Rutgers Business School, The State University of New Jersey, Newark, New Jersey, "Communication Technologies, Gaming Simulations, and Social Presence". October, 2014.
Kraten, Michael., How To Become A 21st Century CPA, Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants, Cranston, Rhode Island, "Sustainability And Private Sector Business". September, 2014.
Kraten, Michael., Annual Meeting, American Accounting Association, Atlanta, Georgia, "JIBAR Manipulation?". August, 2014.
Kraten, Michael., Strategic and Emerging Technologies Workshop, Annual Meeting, American Accounting Association, Atlanta, Georgia, "Save The Blue Frog: An Integrated Accounting Case Involving Valuation, Sustainability, Controls and Risk, and Ethics". August, 2014.
Kraten, Michael., Hybrid Higher Education Conference, AICU RI, AICUM, and CCIC, Providence, Rhode Island, "Gamification in Auditing". April, 2014.
Kraten, Michael., Public Interest Section Midyear Meeting, American Accounting Association, San Diego, California, "Save The Blue Frog: An Integrated Accounting Case Involving Valuation, Sustainability, Controls and Risk, and Ethics". March, 2014.
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