Accounting

Research

The department’s research focuses on an array of financial reporting, governance, auditing, management accounting, and tax issues relevant to academics and professionals. Faculty deploy a variety of research methods from archival to experimental, and they collaborate with colleagues within the College and across the globe.

Recent Works

Curatola, Anthony, Harden, J. William, Rinier, James W., and Upton, David, Business Tax Planning Issues for 2021. Journal of Financial Services Professionals (Nov 2020):

Vermeer, Beth Y., Spilker, Brian C., and Curatola, Anthony, The Effects of Economic and Social Bonds with Clients on Tax Professionals’ Recommendations. Journal of American Taxation Association (Forthcoming)

Park, Duri, Jung, Boochun, and Chung, Ji-Woong, Has the Value of Cash Increased Over Time?. Accounting & Finance (Forthcoming)

Ndubizu, Gordian, and Yin, Jennifer, Asymmetric sensitivity of executive bonus compensation to earnings and the effect of regulatory changes. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting (Forthcoming)

Chang, Hsihui, Guo, Y, and Mo, P, Market Competition, Audit Fee Stickiness and Audit Quality: Evidence from China. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 38 (May 2019): 79-99.

Reichert, Bernhard, Does motivational orientation impact the effectiveness of incentive contracts?. Journal of Management Accounting Research (Jul 2016):

Lee, Jiung-Yee, Randall, Taylor, Hu, Paul, and Wu, Anne, Information Technology Investments and Firm Profitability. Journal of Management Systems 24 (Spring 2014): 39-56.

Ndubizu, Gordian, The impact of SFAS NO 14 segment information on price variability and earnings forecast accuracy. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 25 (Forthcoming) 969-985.

Ndubizu, Gordian, Informativeness of segment information: Evidence from financial analysts forecasts. Journal of Accounting & Business Research 5 (Forthcoming) 1-23.

Ndubizu, Gordian, The effects of international differences in the tax treatment of goodwill. Journal of International Business Studies (Forthcoming) 591-597.

Ndubizu, Gordian, International Acquisition Accounting Methods and Corporate Multinationalism: Evidence from Foreign Acquisitions. Journal of International Business Studies (Forthcoming) 361-377.

Curatola, Anthony, Harden, J. William, Rinier, James W., and Upton, David, Retirement Income Planning Issues for 2021. Journal of Financial Services Professionals (Sep 2020): 1-11.

Ndubizu, Gordian, and Yin, Jennifer, Asymmetric sensitivity of executive bonus compensation to earnings and the effect of regulatory changes. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting 53 (2019) (Dec 2019): 845-869.

Chang, Hsihui, Chen, J., and Reichelt, K, Do Supply Chain Auditors Compromise? Evidence from the Association of Supplier Aggressive Revenue Management and Major Customer Dependence. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance 34 (Oct 2019):

Curatola, Anthony, and Harden, J. William, Final Rules Developed for the Section 199A Deduction. Journal of Financial Services Professionals 73 (Sep 2019): 44-55.