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Dr. Katerina D. Annaraud

Title: Associate Professor
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Phone: 941-359-4200
Email: annaraud@usf.edu
Office: A313

Dr. Katerina Annaraud is an Associate Professor in the USF School of Hospitality and Tourism Management within the Muma College of Business. She arrived at USF in January 2005 from the University of South Carolina where she was a junior faculty member. 

Dr. Annaraud was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia and has earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting and auditing from St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance, which is ranked as the third-best business school in Russia. She also holds a PhD from Texas Tech University with a concentration in hospitality management.

Dr. Annaraud has worked for an international auditing company in St. Petersburg, Russia and for Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP in Detroit, Michigan. Her hospitality industry experience was gained through work in a Russian-Greek travel agency in St. Petersburg and Athens, and she has held several internships in hotels and restaurants in the U.S. and her native Russia. Her primary research interests include hospitality accounting, finance and cost control.

Research

Chang, D. Y. & Annaraud, K. (2008). Service quality evaluation and multiattribute attitude measurement: The case of a chain steakhouse in Taiwan. Advances in Hospitality & Leisure, 4

Annaraud, K. (2007). Restaurant Menu Analysis: Can we go further? The article will appear in Journal of Food Service Business Research 10 (4).

Annaraud, K. (2007). Restaurant Menu Analysis: Can we go further? The article will appear in Journal of Food Service Business Research 10 (4).

Annaraud, K. (2007). Accounting in Russia: Challenges for the Hospitality Stakeholders”. Journal of Hospitality Financial Management 15 (2)

Annaraud, K. (2006). A Comparison of Skills Necessary for Successful Careers for American and Russian Hospitality Students Upon Graduation. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, 18(4), 33-44.

Walker, J. (2006). Introduction to Hospitality, 4th Ed. Upper Saddles River, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall. Annaraud, K. - Contributing Author for Chapters 2 & 17 (Careers in Hospitality, pp. 31-79 & Accounting, Finance, and Cost Control, pp. 563-597).

Annaraud, K., Chang, D. Y. SAS 112 and the Private Club Industry. Submitted to Journal of Hospitality Financial Management