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The School of Accountancy Newsletter keeps you up to date on our students, faculty, alumni and programs. Learn about the insights obtained from faculty research and their implications for our profession. Send your questions, comments and subscription requests to the School of Accountancy.

Autumn 2016/Winter 2017

Accountancy Newsletter

How can we close federal and foreign tax loopholes so multinational corporations pay their fair share? What drives World Bank lending behavior compared to commercial banks? The faculty of the School of Accountancy at the W. P. Carey School of Business investigated these questions and more. Read our latest newsletter to find out what we discovered, as well as what we've contributed to accounting literature over the past year. Plus, meet new faculty, bid a fond farewell to accounting legend William Huizingh, and learn what the School of Accountancy is working on and looking forward to in the new year. Download the PDF

Autumn 2015

Accountancy Newsletter

The role of data, analytics and technology. With companies gathering and storing vast amounts of data, CPAs and business professionals must have the technology skills to use it. Read our latest newsletter to learn how the School of Accountancy at the W. P. Carey School of Business has responded. Additionally, after consulting with partners from the Big Four accounting firms about what new professionals should be learning, our School leveraged a $10,000 grant from PwC to revise curriculum. Read on for news about outstanding students and alumni, and reports on faculty achievements and research. Download the PDF

Autumn 2014

Accountancy Newsletter

Globalization. Big Data. Ethics. These are challenging times for the accounting profession. Read this newsletter to learn how the faculty of the School of Accountancy are responding with research that informs practice and with curriculum relevant to the real world. In addition, we’ve shared stories about our people and programs, and we hope you find it engaging. Read this issue or download the PDF