Dr. Tammy R. Bahmanziari

Associate Professor

Dr. Tammy R. Bahmanziari
615-898-2367
Room 420, Business & Aerospace Building (BAS)
MTSU Box 50, Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Degree Information

  • Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (2006)
  • B.S., University of Tennessee, Martin (1996)
  • M.B.A., Murray State University, KY (1988)
  • B.S., University of Tennessee, Martin (1986)

Areas of Expertise

Accounting Systems, Managerial and Financial Accounting

Certifications
Federal Compliance Regulator, 10

Biography

Dr. Bahmanziari received a Ph.D. in Accounting from Southern Illinois University in 2006. She has an MBA from Murray State University and two B.S. Degrees in Business, one with a major in Accounting and one with a major in Economics. Her current research interests include exploring trust in the ecommerce environment, banking compliance software, participative budgeting, group decision support systems and enterprise resource planning software implementation. She is a certified Federal Complian...

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Dr. Bahmanziari received a Ph.D. in Accounting from Southern Illinois University in 2006. She has an MBA from Murray State University and two B.S. Degrees in Business, one with a major in Accounting and one with a major in Economics. Her current research interests include exploring trust in the ecommerce environment, banking compliance software, participative budgeting, group decision support systems and enterprise resource planning software implementation. She is a certified Federal Compliance Regulator. She has several years of experience as a Federal Bank Examiner for the U.S. Treasury Department and several years in the private sector as a cost accountant. She worked 3 years as a cost accountant with General Dynamics and 3 years as a cost accountant with Murray, Inc., a leading outdoor products manufacturer.

Publications include Exploring The Effects Of The Social Component Of Mentoring Relationships On Doctoral Students And New Faculty Members In Accounting, 2012; Prospect Theory And Risky Choice In The Ecommerce Setting: Evidence Of A Framing Effect, 2012; Risky Choice In The Ecommerce Environment: A Test Of Probabilistic Mental Modeling, 2011; An Experimental Evaluation Of The Effects Of Internal And External E-Assurance On Initial Trust Formation In B2c E-Commerce, 2009; Reap Xbrl Benefits Now, 2009.

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