|Professor Bentz joined The
Ohio State University faculty as Department Chair in 1988. Formerly,
he served on the faculties at the University of Kansas (1968-75) and the
University of Oklahoma (1975-88). At Oklahoma, Professor Bentz was Director
of the School of Accounting, Interim Dean and Associate Dean of the College
of Business Administration. His scholarly interests are varied, with a
primary emphasis on financial decision models and their related information
Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 1969
M.Acc., The Ohio State University, 1965
B.A., Economics, University of Cincinnati, 1962
"Reciprocal Cost Allocation Model: Extensions and Implications," (with
Rajendra P. Srivastava), Indian Journal of Accounting, 24, (June
(with Michael A. Diamond and Jan R. Williams) Accounting Administrator's
Handbook: A Guide for Managing Innovation an Change in Accounting Programs,
(New York: Price Waterhouse, 1991).
"Accounting Accreditation: Change and Transition," (with Allen R. Bailey),
in Accounting Education, 6, (Fall 1991), 168-177.
"Computer Extended Reciprocal Allocation Methods," The Accounting Review,
54, (July 1979), 595-603.
"Sensitivity Analysis with Interaction Effects," (with Lawrence A. Sherr
and Robert E. Miller) Decision Sciences, 7, (July 1976), 432-446.
"Learning Transfer in Professional Education and Training for Accounting,"
Accounting Review, (April 1975), 370-379.
"Input-Output Analysis for Cost Accounting, Planning and Control: A Proof,"
Accounting Review, (April 1973), 377-380.