School of Accountancy
PO BOX 873606
Tempe, AZ 85287-3606
B.B.A., The George Washington University, 1969; M.B.A., The George Washington University, 1970; M.A., The Ohio State University, 1973; Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 1974
John Deere & Co.; Valhi, Inc.; CompX International Inc.
Arizona State University: 2008-present. Previous appointments: Claremont Graduate University; Thunderbird School of Global Management; Southern Methodist University; The Northwestern University; Ohio State University. Visiting appointments: Curtin University of Technology; City Polytechnic of Hong Kong; University of Otago.
Recipient, Associated Student Legislative Council Outstanding Professor Award, The Garvin School of International Management; Recipient, Distinguished Graduate Teacher Award, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University; Recipient, Faculty Research Excellence Award, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University.
Editorial Review Boards: Editor, Journal of International Accounting Research
Financial Accounting for Executives, with J.S. Wallace, Cambridge Business Publishers LLC (2008).
"The Value Relevance of Earnings and Book Value Under Pooling and Purchasing Accounting," with C.S. Chen, Sue-Jane Hsieh, and Yuli Su, Advances in Accounting (2005).
Valuation - Avoiding the Winner's Curse, with B. Petitt, Pearson Education/Prentice-Hall Inc. (New Jersey, 2002)
ASU is a tier 1 research university and W. P. Carey is proud of its strong tradition of teaching and classroom excellence. Our students directly benefit from the research and theories our faculty brings into the classroom. Below is a list of courses being taught during the current semester by this faculty member. Click a course to view it in the ASU course catalog.
ACC 232 - Financial Accounting I
Develops an understanding of the theory, concepts, principles and practices underlying preparation, interpretation, and use of external financial reports. Emphasizes interpreting the economic substance of events and transactions and their association with contemporaneous and prospective events, relationships, and outcomes. Gains understanding of the accounting information model and develops an ability to analyze and record business transactions and analyze basic financial statements. Meant for prospective accounting and finance majors (and students who plan current majors in these areas) and develops skills and abilities facilitating success in higher-level accounting courses.