I teach Cost Analysis and Internal Controls (30001) in the Chicago Booth School of Business MBA program.

The course focuses on internal operations, cost analysis, and performance evaluation, as opposed to the evaluation of external financial statements. Its targeted audience includes students intending to become management consultants, entrepreneurs, managers (e.g., CEOs, CFOs, COOs, and product managers), and anyone with an interest in understanding how firms (1) make decisions about products and services and (2) evaluate performance and control risk. Topics covered include overhead allocation, activity based costing, opportunity cost of excess capacity, customer profitability, capital budgeting, transfer pricing, performance evaluation, risk management, internal controls, and fraud. Applications cover both the manufacturing and services sectors.

Prior to joining Chicago Booth, I taught financial accounting and corporate governance courses while completing my PhD at the University of Melbourne, and lectured in finance and accounting at Dankook University in South Korea.