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Juan M. RiveraJuan M. Rivera

Emeritus Professor of Accountancy
(PhD, University of Illinois, 1975)
347 Mendoza College of Business

Geographic focus: Latin America and Mexico

Thematic interests: International accounting; foreign exchange transactions; foreign reporting and disclosures; agribusiness and development; NAFTA

Current research: International Financial Reporting Standards (seed grant from Pricewaterhouse Coopers PwC, 2009)

Selected publications:

  • “The Azul Lavanda Social Enterprise in Rural Mexico” was published as a chapter in Genossenschaften im Fokus einer neuen Wirtschaftspolitik (Cooperatives in the Focus of a New Economic Policy), Johann Brazda, Markus Dellinger, and Dietmar Rößl (Hg.), eds. (LIT VERLAG GmbH & Co. KG, Wien, Austria, 2013).

  • Sembrar en el desierto. Crónicas de los primeros 30 años de El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (El Colef, 2012)

  • “Budgeting for International Operations: Impact on and Integration with Strategic Planning” (with Ken Milani), Management Accounting Quarterly 12, 4 (Summer 2011)

  • NAFTA and the Campesinos: The Impact of NAFTA on Small Agricultural Producers in Mexico (coedited with Scott Whiteford and Manual Chávez, University of Scranton Press, 2008)

  • "Inflation Accounting and 20-F Reports: The Case of Mexico," in P. Y. Davis-Friday and Gary K. Meek, eds., Development Studies in International Accounting: Americas and the Far East (2002)

  • "International Business Budgeting: Being Global Requires Rigor," Management Accounting Quarterly (with Ken Milani, Fall 2002)




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