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Steve D Makar

Ph.D. Accounting. Kent State University, 1994
Professor
Department Co-Chair, Accounting
Office: Sage Hall 1457
Office Phone: 920-424-0158
Expertise: Accounting



Selected Publications and Accomplishments

Journal Articles

  • Makar, S.D., & Wang, L. (Forthcoming). FX cash flow risk management: Financial reporting issues and practical implications. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance/Wiley.
  • Makar, S.D., Wang, L., & (2013). Managing Euro FX Risk: Benchmark Data to Make the Most of Borrowed Time. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance.
  • Makar, S.D., Wang, L., & Alam, P. (2013). The mixed attribute model in SFAS 133 cash flow hedge accounting: Implications for market pricing. Review of Accounting Studies.
  • Makar, S.D., & Huffman, S.P. (2013). The FX Exposure Puzzle: Insights from SEC disclosures. Managerial Finance.
  • Makar, S.D., Wang, L., & Alam, P. (2012). Managing FX Risk During the Euro Crisis. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance.
  • Makar, S.D., Wang, L., & Alam, P. (2011). Managing FX risk: How useful is accounting information. Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance.
  • Makar, S.D., U of Akron, W.L., & Kent State U, A.P. (2011). Derivative use and accounting regulation change: Does SFAS 133 hedge accounting affect currency risk management decisions. Advances in Quantitative Finance and Accounting.
  • Makar, S.D., Beyer, S.B., & Huffman, S.P. (2010). A 3 factor model investigation of foreign-exchange exposure. Global Finance Journal.
  • Makar, S.D., & Savchenko, O. (2010). Derivatives use in the partial hedging of currency risk: A firm-specific approach to understanding the exchange rate exposure puzzle. Journal of Applied Business Research.

Certifications

  • Certified Public Accountant, 1984-01-01.

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