PhD Student | Accounting and Information Systems
4171 Grainger Hall

Biography

Seung Kyo Ahn earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree (2013) from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, Korea. Upon graduation, he gained professional experience in business and budget planning at Korean government agency in the financial industry. After three years of work, Seung Kyo earned Masters of Science in Accountancy degree at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2017), where he also worked as a teaching assistant. He joined the Ph.D. program at University of Wisconsin-Madison in Aug 2018. His research interest involves managerial accounting topics using behavioral and experimental methodologies.

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Introductory Managerial Accounting (AIS 211), Fall 2018.
Managerial accounting concepts relevant for decision-making; use of accounting information for planning,decision-making,and control of business operations in various management and business environments. Enroll Info: None

Introductory Managerial Accounting (AIS 211), Spring 2019.
Managerial accounting concepts relevant for decision-making; use of accounting information for planning,decision-making,and control of business operations in various management and business environments. Enroll Info: None

Introductory Managerial Accounting (AIS 211), Fall 2019.
Managerial accounting concepts relevant for decision-making. Measurement; classification, planning and control of costs. Estimating cost behavior, make or buy decisions; cost-volume-profit relationships; standard and other product cost systems. Discussion of budgeting and capital budgeting methodologies in planning and controlling.