- Team-based incentive contracts
- Offshore production and its implications on production costs
- Corporate governance in emerging capital markets
- Costing systems and performance measurement systems
- PhD – Accounting, University of Arizona
- MS – Accounting, University of Arizona
- MS – Ag. Economics, University of Arizona
- BA – Economics, University of Arizona
Román joined the Accounting Area at George Mason in January 2013. Previously, he served on the faculties at Texas Tech University and the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University, where he taught financial and cost accounting courses in both the undergraduate and MBA programs.
Román comes to Mason with corporate finance and accounting experience with Fortune 500 companies Motorola and Becton Dickinson, having worked at factories in Mexico and the U.S.
His research has been published in the Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Management Accounting Research, and Accounting, Organizations and Society.
Presented the paper titled, "Evolución y Avances a las Reformas de Gobierno Corporativo en México. Han Funcionado?" at the Conferencia Iberoamericana en Gobierno Corporativo y Empresa Familiar in Puebla, Mexico in 2014.
Had the presentation titled “Evolución y Avances a las Reformas de Gobierno Corporativo en México. Han Funcionado?” published in the proceedings from the Conferencia Iberoamericana en Gobierno Corporativo y Empresa Familiar in 2014.
Published an article titled, “The Productivity of Resources: A Study of Value in Use and Sale,” (coauthored with Don Clancy) in Advances in Management Accounting in 2013.
Published an article titled, “Economic Consequences of Corporate Governance Reform in an Emerging Market: Evidence from México” (coauthored with Antonio Macias) in Trimestre Economico in 2014.