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MBA Coordinator - Associate Professor

Qualifications :

  • PhD in Economics (Accounting, Analysis and Auditing), State Academy of Statistics, Accounting and Audit (Ukraine)
  • Dissertation: Principles, Standards and Professional Judgement in Accounting: theoretical and methodical aspect
  • Post Graduate Degree in Accounting and Auditing, Zhytomyr State Technological University (Ukraine)
  • Bachelor Degree in Economics with Honours, Zhytomyr State Technological University (Ukraine)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Language and Literature (English), Zhytomyr Ivan Franko State University (Ukraine)

Teaching Interest:

  • Accounting I, Accounting II
  • Intermediate Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting
  • International Accounting
  • Accounting and Financial Reporting under IFRS
  • Accounting Theory

Research Interest:

  • Financial and non-financial information disclosure under sustainable development Integrated reporting
  • Change management and cultural differences effect on business performance

Recent Publication:

  • Legenchuk, S.F., Raboshuk A.V. (2016) Mainstream Trends in Accounting: How It Develops in the 21st Century. Accounting and Finance: 1 (71), 32-37 (Index Copernicus (Poland) ICV 2014: 61.25)
  • ,li>Bondarchuk, V., Raboshuk, A. Shypina, S. (2016) Effect of the Economic Crisis 2007-2008 on Strategies of Multinational Corporations in Central and Eastern Europe. International Journal of New Economics and Social Sciences: 1(3), 82-89
  • Bondarchuk, V., Raboshuk, A. (2016) Multinational Corporations in J.K. Galbraith Theory of Firm. Visnyk of ZSTU. Economic Sciences: 1, 136-141
  • Raboshuk, A., Shymanska, K. (2015) State and prospects of trade between Poland and Ukraine. "Zeszyty Naukowe Uczelni Vistula" Scientific Journal of Academy of Finance and Business Vistula, Poland: nr 47 (2), seria: Ekonomia XI, 254-268 (Index Copernicus (Poland) ICV 2014: 46.68)
  • Zhigley, I.V., Raboshuk, A.V. (2012) Modern state of corporate governance: prerequisite of corporate conflicts. International Accounting: 44 (242), 57-60