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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
  • Accounting choices, investor behavior, and market prices
  • Analysts’ earnings forecasts and investors’ use of such forecasts
  • Managers’ earnings guidance
  • Auditor judgment and decision-making
  • CPA firms’ peer/quality reviews
  • The effects of accounting standards on investment and credit decision-making
  • Information dissemination and market prices
  • Internal auditor judgments
  • Investor and managerial decision-making,using techniques from applied game theory,experimental economics, and psychology
  • The transparency of accounting information
  • The role of psychological factors in corporate evaluation and compensation practices
  • Ethics in managerial accounting contexts
Accounting Faculty
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Ryan Blunck
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Eric Condie
Assistant Professor 
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Harold Covert
Part-Time Lecturer 
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Jeffrey Hales
Professor, PhD Coordinator 
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Jason Kuang
Associate Professor 
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Robbie Moon
Assistant Professor 
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Charles Mulford
Professor, Program Director, Special Chairholder 
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Kathy Rupar-Wang
Assistant Professor 
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Arnold Schneider
Area Coordinator, Professor 
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Deborah Turner
Associate Professor, Term Professorship