The Doctoral Program in Accounting is a top-ranked research program.
Accounting Research Areas, Disciplines, and Methods
Accounting research may be classified on three dimensions: substantive area, source discipline, and method. The key substantive areas are managerial accounting, financial accounting, auditing, and tax. The common source disciplines are economics, finance, management, and psychology. The typical research methods are analytical modeling, archival data analysis, and experimental data analysis.
Our faculty and students have sustained a proven track record of publishing in the top accounting journals across all substantive areas utilizing archival and experiment data analysis.
Research by Department of Accounting faculty and doctoral students appears in a variety of top-ranked publications. Learn more:
Faculty and Student Collaborative Research
The Doctoral Program in Accounting has a tradition of faculty-student research collaboration. Learn more:
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Photo of accounting faculty by Brian Maki.