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Ph.D., University of Missouri
M.S., University of Missouri
B.A., Cornell University
Most Significant Publications
The Structure and Progressivity of Accounting Research: The Crisis in the Academy Revisited, (with Paul Williams), forthcoming, Accounting, Organizations, and Society.
Moral Imagination and Accounting Ethics, (with LIsa Flynn), Research or Accounting Ethics, 1999, Vol. 5, 217-240.
Accounting Imperialism and the Crisis in Financial Accounting Research, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 1998, Vol. 9, 2, 143-169.
Storytelling and Ethics in Financial Economics, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 1997, Vol. 8, 6, 605-632.
The Ethics of Care and New Paradigms for Accounting Practice, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 1997, Vol. 10, 3, 299-324.
The Kohlberg-Gilligan Controversy: Lessons for Accounting Ethics Education, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 1996, Vol. 7, 1/2, 33-54.
Theory and Politics: Lessons from Feminist Economics, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 1995, Vol. 8, 3, 34-59.
Beyond Economic Man: Lessons for Behavioral Research in Accounting, Behavioral Research in Accounting, 1994, Vol. 6, Supplement, 163-185.
Bond Ratings, Bond Yields and Financial Information, (with David Ziebart), Contemporary Accounting Research, 1992, Fall, 252-282.
Determinants of Corporate Pension Funding Strategy, (with Jere B. Francis), Journal of Accounting and Economics, 1987, Vol. 9, 1, 35-59.
Regression Strategies When Multicollinearity Is A Problem, (with Douglas K. Pearce), Journal of Accounting Research, 1985, Spring, 405-407.
Honors and Recognitions
Chair, Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association 2000-02
President/Program Chair, Northeast Region American Accounting Association - 1996-98
Chair, Binghamton University Faculty Senate - 1995-96
KPMG Peat Marwick Faculty/Research Fellow - 1987-91
Gold Medal for the State of Missouri and Elijah Watt Sells Certificate with High Distinction - May 1978 CPA exam