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Marty Wartick
Professor of Accounting (Emeritus)
Office: CBB 263
319-273-7754
marty.wartick@uni.edu


Education

Ph.D. (Accounting), Pennsylvania State University; M.S. (Accounting), Pennsylvania State University; B.B.A. (Accounting), Pittsburg State University (Kansas)

Teaching Interests

Income Tax, Advanced Tax Topics, Regulation Review, Applied Professional Research

Research Interests

Professor Wartick's research interests include behavioral responses to tax law changes and the interaction of psychological and economic theory as it relates to taxpayer reporting decisions.

Professional Accomplishments

Professor Wartick has published in a number of highly regarded journals including The Journal of the American Taxation Association, Behavioral Research in Accounting, Journal of Accounting Literature, and Advances in Taxation. In addition, her research has been presented at numerous national conferences. Professor Wartick was awarded the CBA Faculty Scholarship Award in 2002 and is a past Vice-President of the American Taxation Association. In 2011 Professor Wartick received the Outstanding Service Award from the American Taxation Association.  Prior to her position at UNI, Professor Wartick taught at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and University of Oklahoma.

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Photo of Marty WartickMarty Wartick
Professor of Accounting (Emeritus)

Office: CBB 263
319-273-7754
marty.wartick@uni.edu
 

Education

Ph.D. (Accounting), Pennsylvania State University; M.S. (Accounting), Pennsylvania State University; B.B.A. (Accounting), Pittsburg State University (Kansas)

Teaching Interests

Income Tax, Advanced Tax Topics, Regulation Review, Applied Professional Research

Research Interests

Professor Wartick's research interests include behavioral responses to tax law changes and the interaction of psychological and economic theory as it relates to taxpayer reporting decisions.

Professional Accomplishments

Professor Wartick has published in a number of highly regarded journals including The Journal of the American Taxation Association, Behavioral Research in Accounting, Journal of Accounting Literature, and Advances in Taxation. In addition, her research has been presented at numerous national conferences. Professor Wartick was awarded the CBA Faculty Scholarship Award in 2002 and is a past Vice-President of the American Taxation Association. In 2011 Professor Wartick received the Outstanding Service Award from the American Taxation Association.  Prior to her position at UNI, Professor Wartick taught at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and University of Oklahoma.

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Marty Wartick
Professor of Accounting (Emeritus)

Education

Ph.D. (Accounting), Pennsylvania State University; M.S. (Accounting), Pennsylvania State University; B.B.A. (Accounting), Pittsburg State University (Kansas)

Teaching Interests

Income Tax, Advanced Tax Topics, Regulation Review, Applied Professional Research

Research Interests

Professor Wartick's research interests include behavioral responses to tax law changes and the interaction of psychological and economic theory as it relates to taxpayer reporting decisions.

Professional Accomplishments

Professor Wartick has published in a number of highly regarded journals including The Journal of the American Taxation Association, Behavioral Research in Accounting, Journal of Accounting Literature, and Advances in Taxation. In addition, her research has been presented at numerous national conferences. Professor Wartick was awarded the CBA Faculty Scholarship Award in 2002 and is a past Vice-President of the American Taxation Association. In 2011 Professor Wartick received the Outstanding Service Award from the American Taxation Association.  Prior to her position at UNI, Professor Wartick taught at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and University of Oklahoma.

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