S. Mark Young studies management control system design in entertainment. He has published in JAR, TAR and JMAR. His book, The Mirror Effect: How Celebrity Narcissism is Seducing America, is a New York Times Best Seller. He has received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Management Accounting, the Notable Contributions to the Accounting Literature Award, and the Notable Contributions to the Management Accounting Literature Award (three times). He is the Official Historian of the USC Men’s Tennis Team and author of, Trojan Tennis: A History of the Storied Men’s Tennis Program at the University of Southern California. Young is also a distinguished fellow of the Center for Excellence in Teaching.
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Quoted: Mark Young on Yahoo! Entertainment
YOUNG, professor of accounting, details how the traditional residuals model has been largely eliminated with the emergence of streaming deals for talent.
Quoted: Mark Young on CNN
YOUNG, professor of accounting, confirms that while there are post-release debts associated with marketing and production, there is also there is the possibility that it is in the studio's best interest to report a little profit as possible.
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