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Ivo D. Tafkov

Associate Professor    
Education

Ph.D., Emory University
M.B.A., Kennesaw State University
B.B.A., Sofia University, Bulgaria

Specializations

Managerial accounting

Biography

Professor Tafkov’s research investigates the effect of economic and behavioral factors on managerial decision-making.

Publications
  • Choi, W., A. Newman, and I. Tafkov. “A Marathon, a Series of Sprints, or Both? Tournament Horizon and Task Complexity in Multi-Period Settings,” forthcoming at The Accounting Review (slated for September 2016 issue).
  • Choi, W., G. Hecht, I. Tafkov, and K. Towry. “Vicarious Learning under Implicit Contracts,” forthcoming at The Accounting Review (slated for July 2016 issue).
  • Newman, A. and I. Tafkov. 2014. “Relative Performance Information in Tournaments with Different Prize Structures,” Accounting, Organizations and Society, Vol. 39(5), 348-361.
  • Hannan, L., G. McPhee, A. Newman, and I. Tafkov. 2013. “The Effect of Relative Performance Information on Performance and Effort Allocation in a Multi-Task Environment,” The Accounting Review, Vol. 88(2), 553-575.
  • Tafkov, I. 2013. “Private and Public Relative Performance Information under Different Incentive Contracts,” The Accounting Review, Vol. 88(1), 327-350.
  • Hecht, G., I. Tafkov, and K. Towry. 2012. “Performance Spillover in a Multi-Task Environment,” Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 29 (2), 563-589.