School of Accountancy
Ph.D. - University of Washington
M.Acc. - Brigham Young University
B.S. - Brigham Young University
Security analysts; management guidance; whistleblowing
Academic Positions Held
Arizona State University: 2013-present
University of Georgia: 2007-2013
Research and Teaching Awards
2012 McLaughlin Prize for Research in Accounting and Ethics (with S. Kedia and S. Rajgopal)
2012 Percy B. Yeargan (Beta Alpha Psi) Outstanding Teacher of the Year
2012 University of Georgia Outstanding Teacher
2011 Percy B. Yeargan (Beta Alpha Psi) Outstanding Teacher of the Year
2011 University of Georgia Outstanding Teacher
2009 Percy B. Yeargan (Beta Alpha Psi) Outstanding Teacher of the Year
2009 University of Georgia Outstanding Teacher
2008 McLaughlin Prize for Research in Accounting and Ethics (with R. Bowen and S. Rajgopal)
2006 National Winners (1st Place), PwC xFAC Competition (with M. Hewitt and D. Shores)
2000 Glen E. Hill Future Educator Award, Brigham Young University
Call, A.C., S. Chen, B. Miao, and Y.H. Tong. 2013. Short-Term Earnings Guidance and Accrual-Based Earnings Management. Review of Accounting Studies, forthcoming.
Call, A.C., S. Chen, and Y.H. Tong. 2013. Are Analysts' Cash Flow Forecasts Naive Extensions of Their Own Earnings Forecasts? Contemporary Accounting Research 30 (2): 438-465.
Bowen, R.M., A.C. Call, and S. Rajgopal. 2010. Whistle-Blowing: Target Firm Characteristics and Economic Consequences. The Accounting Review 85 (4): 1239-1271.
Call, A.C., S. Chen, and Y.H. Tong. 2009. Are Analysts' Earnings Forecasts More Accurate When Accompanied by Cash Flow Forecasts? Review of Accounting Studies 14: 358-391.
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ACC 440 - External Reporting II
Continuation of ACC 340 with emphasis on the recognition, research, and resolution of financial reporting issues.