Accountability, Corporate Reporting, Governance, & Financial Management

Members of this area conduct research in areas relating to the governance and accountability of organizations, their financing decisions, their financial reporting, and improving organizational productivity. Our researchers address such topics as financial reporting quality, internal control quality, earnings restatements, stock market microstructure, asset pricing, seasoned equity offerings, the impact of risk, board of director characteristics, public sector accounting technologies, and auditor independence. We also examine how to improve staffing decisions and increase the utility of performance management systems. This cluster includes faculty members in finance, accounting, organizational studies, human resource management, and strategy.



Bruce Anderson

Instructor (Strategy and Policy)



Shelagh Campbell

Associate Professor (Business Ethics, Human Resources/Industrial Relations)



Helen Huang

Associate Professor (Finance)



Nola Joorisity

Lecturer (Introduction to Business and Accounting)



Saqib Khan

Associate Professor (Finance), Associate Dean (Academic)



Youngsoo Kim

Associate Professor (Finance)



Wallace Lockhart

Associate Professor (Accounting)



Jacqui Munro

Assistant Professor (Accounting)



Morina Rennie

Professor (Accounting)



Arturo Rubalcava

Associate Professor (Finance)



David Senkow

Associate Professor (Accounting)



Zhou Zhang

Associate Professor (Finance)