STEVEN SCHWARTZAssociate Professor
Office Phone: (607) 777-2102
Ph.D., The Ohio State University
M.S., State University of New York at Albany
B.A., State University of New York at Albany
Most Significant PublicationsReputation Without Repeated Interaction: A Role for Public Disclosures, (with R. Young and K. Zvinakis), December 2000, Review of Accounting Studies.
Behavioral Implications of Information Systems on Disclosure
Fraud, (with D. E. Wallin), Annual Issue 2002, Behavioral Research in Accounting.
A Laboratory Investigation of Verification and Reputation in a Repeated Joint Investment Settings, (with R. Young), Summer 2002, Contemporary Accounting Research.
Management Control Using Non-Binding Announcements, (with F. W. Rankin and R. Young), Annual Issue 2003, Journal of Management Accounting Research.
Experiential Learning in Auditing: Four Experiments for the Classroom, (with E. Spires and R. Young), 2004, Advances in Accounting Education.
A Note on the Roles of Aggregation and Delay in Management Control, (with A. D. Nikias and R. Young), August 2005, Issues in Accounting Education.
Optimal Performance Measures With Task Complementarity, (with A. D. Nikias and R. Young), 2005, Journal of Management Accounting Research.
Economic Experiments for the Management Accounting Classroom, (with D. Wallin and R. Young), August 2007, Issues in Accounting Education.
The Effect of Honesty Preferences and the Approval Process on Budget Proposals, (with F. W. Rankin and R. Young), July 2008, The Accounting Review.
The Effects of Aggregation and Timing on Budgeting: An Experiment, (with A. Nikias, E. Spires, J. Wollscheid and R. Young), 2010, Behavioral Research in Accounting.
A Note on Bundling Budgets to Achieve Management Control, (with A. D. Nikias and R. Young), Forthcoming in Journal of Accounting Education.