O: M314B (Buell)
College of Business + Information Technology
Teaching and Research Interests
His major area of research interest is executive and non-executive compensation structures and their role in various areas of corporate decision-making: diversification strategies, capital structure decisions, dividend policies and managerial risk taking.
Tsebro is also interested in studying how compensation structures help mitigating agency costs for the firm, affect earnings management within the firm and relate to the corporate performance in general.
2013 – PhD, Kent State University, Finance
2006 – MBA, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
2003 – BSBA, Zaporizhzhya National Technical University, International Economics
Prior to joining Lawrence Technological University, he was a Teaching Fellow for four years at the Department of Finance at Kent State University.