Past Seminars

Throughout the year, the Accounting Department welcomes scholars from around the country to present relevant accounting research and topics to our faculty and students.

Schloetzer’s research includes corporate governance and CEO succession practices.

Lusch’s research explores taxation and business strategy.

Lambert’s research explores financial accounting and auditing

Jonathan Black, PhD’s research explores discretion in financial reporting.

Thomas G. Ruchti, PhD’s research explores how firms and markets respond to information.

Connie Weaver’s, PhD, research investigates the effects of income taxes on financing, investing, and financial reporting decisions.

John Jiang’s, PhD, research interests are financial accounting, cybersecurity and finance

Dr. Weaver’s research interests span Taxation and financial reporting.

Dr. Aobdia’s research interests span empirical accounting and economics.

Dr. Wang’s research examines the roles that legal, regulatory, and financial reporting regimes play in capital markets and corporate activities.

Dr. Goodman’s research interests include Institutional investors, Mergers and Acquisitions, Executive compensation

Dr. Cohen’s research interests include Corporate Investment, Corporate Disclosure, Corporate Governance, Accounting Information and Managerial Decision Making

Dr. Xin’s research interests are in Hua Zhong Securities, Corporate Finance, and Financial Analysts.

Dr. Zur’s research interests are in hedge fund activism.

PhD Candidate Hanyong Chung research interests are in Financial accounting