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Business professors' work published
Thursday, October 09, 2014

Fredonia Business Administration professors Kenneth Plucinski and Moj Seyedian’s paper, “Principles of Economics Textbooks: A Readability Analysis,” has been accepted to be published in the December 2014 issue of the Business Education Innovation Journal.

   
 Dr. Kenneth Plucinski
 Dr. Mojtaba Seyedian

It is the second writing collaboration for the professors. The paper is a study of which current introductory economics textbooks on the market are the most comprehensible for an undergraduate student.

The Business Education Innovation Journal seeks to publish original research and academically written articles that showcase learning and teaching methods in college level business schools.

Plucinski, who earned his master’s degree in accounting from the University of Pittsburgh, is a Certified Public Accountant in Pennsylvania. He began teaching accounting at Fredonia in 1984. Since then, Plucinski has written many published works, his first co-written journal article being published in 1989.

Seyedian earned his Ph.D. in monetary economics from the State University of New York at Binghamton. He began his career at Fredonia in 1983 as a Business Administration lecturer, becoming a professor for the department in 2000 and department chair in 2001. Like Plucinski, Seyedian has contributed to many published articles, his first in 1982.

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