Francisco J. Román specializes on managerial accounting. His research interests lie in understanding how monetray incentives for groups influences labor productivity and job perfromance, the implications of offshoring arrangements on firms' production costs, and corporate governance in emerging capital markets. His research has been published at Accounting, Organizations, and Society, Journal of Financial Economics, and Journal of Management Accounting Research. Prior to joining academia, Professor Román worked for General Instruments and Becton Dickinson at manufacturing plants in México and the U.S. Prior to USC he held academic appoinntments at Rice University, Texas Tech and George Mason University.
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