John Chandler

John Chandler

Associate Professor Emeritus of Accountancy

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434 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-333-4539

chandlej@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 1977
  • M.S., The Ohio State University, 1976
  • B.A., College of William and Mary, 1972

Positions Held

  • Associate Professor Emeritus of Accountancy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2015 to present
  • Consultant, Chartered Accountants Ireland, 2012-2013
  • Director, BS/MS Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011-2015
  • Consultant, Commission on Electronic Voting, Ireland, 2004
  • Director, MAS Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998-2011
  • Director, Office for Information Management, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1987-1993
  • Associate Professor of Accountancy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1984-2015
  • Assistant Professor of Accountancy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1978-1984
  • Lecturer, The Ohio State University, 1977-1978
  • Management Analyst, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1973
  • Computer Programmer and Systems Analyst, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1972
  • Computer Programmer, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1971

Recent Publications

  • Chandler, J., Stone, D., & Arunachalam, V. Forthcoming. An Empirical Investigation of Knowledge, Skill, Self-Efficacy, and Computer Anxiety in Accounting Education. Issues in Accounting Education, 11 (2), 345-376.
  • Chandler, J., & Schwartz, R. Forthcoming. An Instructional Note on Business Risk and Audit Implications: Seasonality at Mattel. Journal of Accounting Education, 30 397-415.

Other Publications

Article

  • Chandler, J., & Dungan, C. (1995). AUDITOR: A Microcomputer-based Expert System to Support Auditors in the Field. Journal of Expert Systems, 2 (4),
  • Chandler, J., Laughlin, P., Shupe, E., Magley, V., & Hulbert, L. (1995). Generality of a Theory of Collective Induction: Face-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Interaction, Amount of Potential Information, and Group versus Member Choice of Evidence. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 63 (1), 98-111.
  • Chandler, J., Liang, T., Han, I., & Roan, C. (1992). An Empirical Investigation of Some Data Effects on the Classification Accuracy of Probit, ID3 and Neural Networks. Contemporary Accounting Research, 9 (1), 306-328.
  • Chandler, J., & Dungan, C. (1992). Development of a Prototype Expert System in Auditing. Advances in Accounting Information Systems, 1 89-118.
  • Chandler, J., Liang, T., & Han, I. (1990). Integrating Statistical and Inductive Learning Methods for Knowledge Acquisition. Expert Systems with Applications, 391-410.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1988). The Challenge Faced by Management Accounting in Managing the MIS Function. Management International Review, 3 (88), 67-74.
  • Chandler, J., & Braun, H. (1987). Predicting Stock Market Behavior Through Rule Induction: An Application of the Learning-from-Examples Approach. Decision Sciences, 18 (3),
  • Chandler, J. (1986). Microcomputers Are Not Just Small Computers: An Internal Control Perspective. Georgia Journal of Accounting, 119-129.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1985). Preconditions for the Introduction of Computer-based Accounting Systems in Less Developed Countries. Management International Review, 28 (1),
  • Chandler, J., & Robinson, M. (1985). An Integer Goal Programming Methodology for Multiple Objective Cost/Benefit Analysis of Internal Accounting Control Systems. Applications of Management Science,.
  • Chandler, J. (1985). Expert Systems in Auditing: The State of the Art. Auditor's Report,.
  • Chandler, J. (1984). A Course on Systems Development of Accounting Information Systems with Hands-on Computing Experience. Journal of Accounting Education,.
  • Chandler, J., Trone, T., & Weiland, M. (1983). Decision Support Systems Are for Small Business. Management Accounting,.
  • Chandler, J., & Schonbrunn, N. (1982). Katastophentheorie und Der Going Concern Status Einer Unternehmung: Eine Modelltheoretische Betrachtung. Zeitschrift Fur Betreibswirtschlaftliche Forschung, 34 (6),
  • Chandler, J. (1982). A Methodology for Evaluating Information Systems Under Multiple Criteria. MIS Quarterly, 6 (1),
  • Chandler, J., & Trone, T. (1982). Bottom-up Budgeting and Control. Management Accounting,.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1981). Systems Training: The First Step to Effective Integration of Modern Audit Techniques in Developing Countries. International Journal of Government Auditing,.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1981). A Systems Approach to Accounting in Developing Countries. Management International Review, 24 (4),

Book or Monograph

  • Chandler, J. (1990). OIM Annual Report.
  • Chandler, J., & Liang, T. (1990). Developing Expert Systems for Business. Merrill Publishing.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1988). Management Information Systems: Planning, Evaluation and Implementation. New York, NY: Basil Blackwell Publishers.
  • Chandler, J., & Boland, R. (1986). Cases in Accounting System Design. Touche Ross Foundation.
  • Chandler, J., Holzer, H., & Burton, R. (1986). Quantitative Approaches to Business Decision Making. Harper & Row.

Chapter in a Book

  • Chandler, J., Ma, Y., & Wilkins, D. (1993). Learning Classification Rules from Noisy Data: An Extended Bayesian Belief Function Approach. Computational Learning Theory and Natural Language Systems MIT Press.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1988). A Contingency Approach to Planning and Control of the MIS Function. Management Information Systems: Planning, Evaluation, and Implementation New York, NY: Basil Blackwell Publishers.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1984). Accounting in the Third World. International Accounting Harper & Row.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1981). Accounting in Developing Countries: The Need for Special Systems Education. Accounting Education in Third World Countries North-Holland Publishers.

Conference Proceeding

  • Chandler, J., Stone, D., & Arunachalam, V. (1995). An Empirical Investigation of Knowledge, Skill, Accounting-Related Self-Efficacy, and Computer Anxiety in Accounting Education. 18th Annual European Accounting Association Meeting.
  • Chandler, J., Ma, Y., & Wilkins, D. (1993). An Extended Bayesian Belief Function Approach to Handle Noise in Inductive Learning. ( pp. 319-324). Fourth International Workshop on AI and Statistics.
  • Chandler, J., Ma, Y., & Wilkins, D. (1992). IUR Inductive Framework: Using Dempster-Shafer Theory to Handle Noise and Missing Values in Inductive Learning. ( pp. 285-292). Fifth International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, AAAI.
  • Chandler, J., Ma, Y., & Wilkins, D. (1992). On the Decision Making Problem in Dempster-Shafer Theory. ( pp. 293-300). Fifth International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, AAAI.
  • Chandler, J., Ma, Y., & Wilkins, D. (1992). An Extended Bayesian Belief Function Approach to Handle Noise in Inductive Learning. Third International Workshop on Computational Learning Theory and Natural Language Systems.
  • Chandler, J., Dungan, C., & Nielsen, P. (1981). Demonstration of an Application of Bayesian-based Expert System to the Audit Task. The Proceedings of the American Accounting Association Midwestern Regional Meeting.
  • Chandler, J., & DeLutis, T. (1976). A Methodology for the Performance Evaluation of Information Systems Under Multiple Criteria. Annual Conference of the Computer Measurement Group.

Other Publication

  • Chandler, J. (2011). Integrating the measurement and disclosure of operational risk into the accounting curriculum.

Presentation

  • Chandler, J. (2004). Presentations to the China Executive Leadership Program on accounting control. University of Illinois.
  • Chandler, J. (2004). Implementing Project Discovery in the Classroom. Dublin City University.
  • Chandler, J. (2003). Presentations to the China Executive Leadership Program on accounting control. University of Illinois.
  • Chandler, J. (2002). Introduction to Accountancy Education at UIUC: The Project Discovery Innovations. Dublin City University.
  • Chandler, J. (2002). Making Project Discovery Work. Dublin City University.
  • Chandler, J. (1996). The Current State of Information Technology. University of Illinois.
  • Chandler, J. (1993). Current and Future Trends in AI and Expert Systems in Accounting and Auditing. The Proceedings of the American Accounting Association Midwestern Regional Meeting.
  • Chandler, J. (1993). Impact of Computer-Mediated Communication on Group Decision Making. ORSA/TIMS National Meeting.
  • Chandler, J. (1988). Expert Systems in Auditing: Lessons from the Eighties for the Nineties. International Conference on Using Expert Systems by Accountants/Auditors.
  • Chandler, J. (1988). Expert Systems in Auditing: Lessons from the Eighties for the Nineties. University of Gothenberg.
  • Chandler, J. (1987). Integrating MoIS into the Curriculum at the University of Illinois. Annual Meeting of the IBM MoIS Schools.
  • Chandler, J. (1985). Rule Induction as an Aid in the Construction of an Expert System. ORSA/TIMS National Meeting.
  • Chandler, J. (1984). Microcomputers as a Support Tool for Water Resource Management. Water Resource Management Conference.
  • Chandler, J. (1984). Microcomputers as a Management Tool. Korean Institute of CPAs at University of Illinois.
  • Chandler, J. (1984). Microcomputers in Small Business. University of Illinois.
  • Chandler, J. (1984). Expert Systems: Operational Support for Auditors. Symposium on Decision Support for Auditing.
  • Chandler, J. (1983). Analysis of Audit Judgment through an Expert System. University of Notre Dame.
  • Chandler, J. (1983). Analysis of Audit Judgment through an Expert System. Michigan State University.
  • Chandler, J. (1980). Future Developments in Auditing. German AWV Delegation at University of Illinois.

Working Paper

  • Chandler, J. (2003). A Directional Measure of Cultural Closeness.
  • Chandler, J., & Ma, Y. (1991). The IUR Methodology: Managing Uncertainty in Rule Induction.
  • Chandler, J., Liang, T., & Han, I. (1991). An Empirical Comparison of Profit and ID3 Methods for Accounting Classification Research.
  • Chandler, J., Liang, T., & Han, I. (1991). Integrating Statistical and Inductive Learning Methods for Knowledge Acquisition.
  • Chandler, J., Ma, Y., & Wilkins, D. (1991). On the Decision Making Problem in Dempster-Shafer Theory.
  • Chandler, J., & Dungan, C. (1983). Analysis of Audit Judgment through an Expert System.
  • Chandler, J., & Holzer, H. (1983). Preconditions for the Introduction of Computer-based Accounting Systems in Less Developed Countries.
  • Chandler, J. (1981). A Casebook of Contemporary Problems in Information Systems.
  • Chandler, J. (1980). The Going Concern Determination and Catastrophe Theory.
  • Chandler, J., & Robinson, M. (1980). A Methodology for Multiple Criterion Cost/Benefit Analysis of Internal Control Features.
  • Chandler, J. (1979). The Development of a Model of District Office Performance for the Social Security Administration.
  • Chandler, J. (1977). A Methodology for Identifying Information Systems Design Requirements Based on the Assessment of Mul.

Honors and Awards

  • List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006,2008,2009,2010,2012,2013,2014,2016,2017

Teaching Interests

Teaches courses in accounting control systems and management accounting.

Research Interests

Research focuses on control of not-for-profit organizations and machine learning applications to business problems. Consultant on cost, control and information systems analysis, domestically and internationally.

Contact

434 Wohlers Hall

1206 S. Sixth

Champaign, IL 61820

217-333-4539

chandlej@illinois.edu