Dr. Kilic has joined the faculty of the Bauer School of Business at the University of Houston in 2005. Dr. Kilic received his Ph.D. from Syracuse University, New York.
His research focuses on the value-relevance of recognized versus disclosed accounting information, information content and value-relevance of risk disclosures, and implications of derivative accounting for security prices, returns and cost of capital.
- Information content and value-relevance of risk disclosures
- Value-relevance of recognized versus disclosed accounting information
- Implications of derivative accounting for security prices, returns and cost of capital
- Bank accounting and regulation
- Income Smoothing by banks
- "The Impact of SFAS 133 on Income Smoothing by Banks through Loan Loss Provisions". Co-authored with Gerald J. Lobo, Tharindra Ranasinghe and Shiva Sivaramakrishnan (The Accounting Review, January 2013).
- "Effects of SFAS 133 on the Risk Relevance of Accounting Measures of Banks' Derivative Exposures". Co-authored with Anwer S. Ahmed and Gerald J. Lobo (The Accounting Review, May 2011).
- "Bilateral Implicit Taxes and Anti-Competitive Banking Regulation". Co-authored with David G. Harris. (Journal of the American Taxation Association, Fall 2009).
- "Does Recognition versus Disclosure Matter? Evidence from Value-Relevance of Banks' Recognized and Disclosed Derivative Financial Instruments". Co-authored with Anwer S. Ahmed and Gerald J. Lobo (The Accounting Review, May 2006).
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Syracuse University, New York
Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey