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 Bauman Mark P. Bauman

Usefulness of accounting data to investors, creditors, and financial analysts.

Cathalene Bowler Cathalene Bowler

Deferred Tax Assets, Taxation, Earnings Management and Accounting Education

Linda DeBarthe Linda DeBarthe

Personal finance, social entrepreneurship

Gabriel Dickey Gabriel Dickey

Audit Quality, Teamwork, Leadership, and Accounting Pedagogy

Amy Igou 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 Wee Meng Eric Lee

Sustainability accounting; business ethics; textual analysis; technology adoption; forensic accounting; investment psychology; business and accounting pedagogies.

Tim Lindquist 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 Joseph Ugrin

Judgement and Decision Making related to Accounting and Information Systems, Accounting Education

Huishan Wan Huishan Wan

Capital market research, earnings management, tax avoidance

Lei Wang Lei Wang

Judgment and Decision Making related to Accounting; Sustainability Reporting.

Lisa Williams Lisa C. Williams

Business Taxation, Earnings Quality, Disclosure and Investment Decisions