Accounting Faculty Research
Moving the accounting discipline forward
Our faculty have diverse expertise within the accounting profession, from sustainability accounting to non-profit accounting. Their research within the discipline creates new insights and observations.
| Mark P. Bauman|
Usefulness of accounting data to investors, creditors, and financial analysts.
| Cathalene Bowler|
Deferred Tax Assets, Taxation, Earnings Management and Accounting Education
| Linda DeBarthe|
Personal finance, social entrepreneurship
| Gabriel Dickey|
Audit Quality, Teamwork, Leadership, and Accounting Pedagogy
| Amy Igou|
Accounting standards effect on IT operations; Software Development Methodologies; IT use in Nonprofit organizations; Using Data Analytics in the Classroom; Big Data applications
| Wee Meng Eric Lee|
Sustainability accounting; business ethics; textual analysis; technology adoption; forensic accounting; investment psychology; business and accounting pedagogies.
| Tim Lindquist|
Behavioral Accounting- including influence of culture, ethics and generation on judgment & decision-making; management controls including impact of procedural and distributive justice/injustice in the workplace.
| Joseph Ugrin|
Judgement and Decision Making related to Accounting and Information Systems, Accounting Education
| Huishan Wan|
Capital market research, earnings management, tax avoidance
| Lei Wang|
Judgment and Decision Making related to Accounting; Sustainability Reporting.
| Lisa C. Williams|
Business Taxation, Earnings Quality, Disclosure and Investment Decisions