Seokjoo Andrew Chang

Position: Associate Professor
Office: (518) 956-8343
Email: schang (at)
Curriculum Vitae

Professor Chang teaches accounting information systems, statistical methods for forensic accounting and digital forensics. His research interest is data analysis in information systems including online transaction systems and e-auctions. He has published his works at Management Information Systems Quarterly, Decision Support Systems and Information Systems Frontiers.

Educational Background

Ph.D., Operations and Information Management, University of Connecticut, 2006

M.S., Economic Systems Engineering, Stanford University, 1998

M.S., Electrical Engineering, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, 1997

Positions Held

Associate Professor, University at Albany, 2013 – present

Assistant Professor, University at Albany, 2006 – 2013

Recent Publications

Multiple overlapping online auction market: Bidder strategic mixture analysis using entropy. 2014 Decision Support Systems 64 57-66, solo-authored

Overlapping Online Auctions: Empirical Characterization of Bidder Strategies and Auction Prices. 2009 Management Information Systems Quarterly 44(3) 763-783, with R. Bapna, P. Goes and A. Gupta.

An Analytical Approach to Bundling in the Presence of Customer Transition Effects. 2009 Decision Support Systems 48(11) 122-132, with G. Tayi.

Courses Taught

BACC 381 Accounting Information Systems

BACC 522 Statistical Methods for Forensic Accounting

BACC 553 Digital Forensics