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

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 42 (Fall 2020): 145-158.

Dai, Xin, and Qiu, Yue, Common Ownership and Corporate Social Responsibility. The Review of Corporate Finance Studies (Nov 2020):

Curatola, Anthony, Harden, J. William, Rinier, James W., and Upton, David, Business Tax Planning Issues for 2021. Journal of Financial Services Professionals (Nov 2020): 39-48.

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.

Chang, Hsihui, Hall, Curtis, and Paz, Michael, Suppliers Product Market Competition, Customer Concentration, and Cost Structure. Journal of Management Accounting Research (Aug 2020):

Hall, Curtis, Brushwood, James, and Rapley, Eric, Regulatory Uncertainty and Audit Fees: Evidence from Cannabis Legalization and Financial Institutions. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 39 (May 2020):

Chang, Hsihui, Dai, Xin, He, Y., and Wang, M., How Internal Control Protects Shareholders Welfare: Evidence from Tax Avoidance in China. Journal of International Accounting Research 19 (Apr 2020): 19-39.

Chang, Hsihui, Dai, Xin, He, Yurun, and Wang, Maolin, How Internal Control Protects Shareholders’ Welfare: Evidence from Tax Avoidance in China. Journal of International Accounting Research 19 (Summer 2020): 19-39.