Demski, Joel S.

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DEMSKI, Joel S. American, b. 1940. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry. Career: Columbia University, NYC, research associate, 1966-67, assistant professor of business, 1967-68; Stanford University, Stanford, CA, assistant professor, 1968-70, associate professor, 1970-73, professor of information and accounting systems, 1973-79, Paul Holden Professor, 1979-84, Joan E. Horngren Professor, 1984-85; Yale University, New Haven, CT, Milton Steinback Professor of Information and Accounting Systems, 1985-94; University of Florida, Gainesville, Frederick E. Fisher Eminent Scholar in Accounting, 1994-. Visiting faculty member, University of Chicago, 1974-75, University of Michigan, 1981-82, and Odense University, 1990. Publications: Information Analysis, 1972, 2nd ed, 1980; (with N. Dopuch and J. Birnberg) Cost Accounting: Accounting Data for Management's Decisions, 2nd ed, 1974, 3rd ed, 1982; (with G. Feltham) Cost Determination: A Conceptual Approach, 1976; (ed. with Dopuch and S. Zeff) Essays in Honor of William A. Paton, 1979; Managerial Uses of Accounting Information, 1994. Contributor to books. Contributor to accounting and business journals. Address: P.O. Box 117160, Fisher School of Accounting, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611, U.S.A.