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Accounting

Accounting is the language of business, the scoreboard which measures operational success and failure. Used by managers within the firm, accounting provides the information necessary to make effective decisions in the international marketplace.

 
Current Areas of Research
  • Effects of audit-related issues on commercial lending decisions
  • Auditor judgment and decision-making
  • Ethics in managerial accounting contexts
  • The role of psychological factors in corporate evaluation and compensation practices
  • Accounting choices, investor behavior, and market prices
  • The transparency of accounting information
  • Investor of managerial decision-making, using techniques from applied game theory, experimental economics, and psychology

Accounting Faculty
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Ryan Blunck
  • Lecturer
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Eric Condie
  • Assistant Professor
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Jason Kuang
  • Professor
  • PhD Coordinator
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Nikki MacKenzie
  • Assistant Professor
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Robbie Moon
  • Associate Professor
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Kathy Rupar-Wang
  • Assistant Professor
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Arnold Schneider
  • Area Coordinator
  • Professor
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Jane Thayer
  • Associate Professor
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Deborah Turner
  • Associate Professor