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Alumnus to deliver first CHI lecture series talk on Thursday

Arsen Djatej will discuss Russian World War II accounting

Arsen Djatej, associate professor at Eastern Washington University, will present "Financing the Soviet War, 1941–1945" at 4:10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, in Baker University Center 240.

The talk is the first in the 2011-12 Contemporary History Institute Lecture Series.

In 2006, he earned an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from Ohio University. His doctoral dissertation was titled, "Russian Financial Accounting."

His published research includes articles in journals in Europe, the United States, and Australia. His research primarily involves international accounting and taxation with a special focus on the accounting and business issues of transition economies. 

Originally from the Caucasus Mountains of Southern Russia, Djatej worked in international agriculture in Idaho, where he earned an MBA and a Master of Accountancy (Taxation) from Boise State University.

This event is free and open to the public.