» Hirschel S. Adler
Assistant Professor

George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics
Hirschel S. Adler
Office Location:
Beckman Hall 303T
Phone:
(714) 628-7283
Email:
Education
University of California, Los Angeles, Bachelor of Science
University of California, Los Angeles, Master of Business Administration in Executive MBA
Biography

Assistant Professor of Accounting, Mr. Adler was in public accounting for almost thirty-four years, the last twenty as a top partner at Deloitte & Touche. Mr. Adler serves on several corporate and community boards of directors. His research has been published by Prentice Hall and Tax Magazine. His interests include theories of taxation and board governance.

Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
2012 FrumForum.com - Published regularly on finance and taxes for this well read conservative website. (Dr. Kraft and i agreed that a listing of the various articles was not necessary. I am a regular contributor and generally respond to their requests for pieces on current events. (Over 1 million monthly readers) FrumForum ceased publication in 2012 when David Frum became a part of News Week and the Daily beast. 2012 Hugh Hewitt.com - Published regularly on finance and taxes for this well read conservative website. (Dr. Kraft and i agreed that a listing of the various articles was not necessary. I am a regular contributor and generally respond to their requests for pieces on current events. (Over 4 million daily readers)
From Three to Five, Amazon ISBN 0615482236
FrumForum.com - Published regularly on finance and taxes for this well read conservative website. (Dr. Kraft and i agreed that a listing of the various articles was not necessary. I am a regular contributor and generally respond to their requests for pieces on current events. (Over 1 million monthly readers)
Townhall.com - Published two pieces on finance and taxes for this well read conservative website
The FairTax Fantasy, An Honest Look at a Very, Very Bad Idea, Townhall Press, ISBN 978-1-60791-304-7 Co-authored with Chapman law professor Hugh Hewitt
Ethical Beginnings, Preferences, Rules, And Principles Influencing Decision Making, ISBN: 978-0-595-51781-7, by Waymund Rogers, University of California at Riverside, iUniverse, January, 2009
Townhall.com - Published six pieces on finance and taxes for this well read conservative website