Choi, Frederick D. S.
CHOI, Frederick D. S.
CHOI, Frederick D. S. American, b. 1942. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, Economics. Career: Bank of Hawaii, management trainee, 1965, 1966; Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., assistant bank examiner, 1967; University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, assistant professor, 1972-76, associate professor, 1976-79, professor of accounting, 1979, head of department, 1980-81; New York University, NYC, professor of accounting and international business, 1981-87, research professor, 1988-95, head of Dept of Accounting, Taxation, and Business Law, 1983-86, and International Business Dept, 1994-95, director of Japan-American Business and Cultural Studies Program, 1981-83, director of Ross Institute of Accounting Research, 1983-85, chairperson of international business area, 1994-, dean of Undergraduate Business College at Stern School of Business, 1995-. Visiting professor/lecturer at universities worldwide. Financial consultant to industry, government, and educational institutions. Publications: (with G. Mueller) An Introduction to Multinational Accounting, 1978; (with others) Analyzing the Financial Ratios of the World's 1,000 Leading Industrial Companies, 1981; Accounting and Control, 1982; (with J. Czechowicz) Assessing Foreign Subsidiary Performance, 1982; (with Mueller) International Accounting, 1984, 4th ed. (with G. Meek and C.A. Frost), 2002; (with R. Levich) The Capital Market Effects of International Accounting Diversity, 1990; Handbook of International Accounting, 1991, 1993 Supplement, 1992, 2nd ed. as International Accounting and Finance Handbook, 1997; (with Mueller) Globalization of Financial Accounting and Reporting, 1994; (with Levich) International Capital Markets in a World of Accounting Differences, 1994; (with others) Barriers to Business in the Single European Equity Market, 1996. EDITOR: (with Mueller) Essentials of Multinational Accounting, 1979; Multinational Accounting, 1981; (with Mueller) Frontiers of International Accounting, 1985; (with R. Hawkins and T. Pugel, and contrib.) Essays on the American Economy, Business, and Finance for Japanese Executives, 1987; (with K. Hiramatsu) Accounting and Financial Reporting in Japan, 1987. Address: Stern School of Business, New York University, 40 West 4th St., New York, NY 10012, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]