School of Accountancy
Instructor ABD, Arizona State University June 2013 - present
Ph.D. (Accounting), Emory University, 2013
B.B.A., Stetson School of Business and Economics, Mercer University (Summa Cum Laude), 2008
Disclosure of Financial Information in Global Capital Markets; International Accounting; Economic Consequences of Accounting Regulation
“The Big Consequences of IFRS: How and When Does the Adoption of IFRS Benefit Global Accounting Firms?” (Dissertation, supervised by Grace Pownall, Emory University)
“Deviations from the Mandatory Adoption of IFRS in the European Union: Incentives, Standards, and Compliance” with Grace Pownall, Emory University (Presented at AAA FARS Midyear Meeting and at AAA IAS Midyear Meeting, 2012)
“Exchange Demutualization, Firm Liquidity and Timely Loss Recognition” with Grace Pownall, Emory University and Maria Vulcheva, Florida International University
Academic Positions Held
Arizona State University: 2013-present.
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ACC 588 - Professional Accounting Resrch
Applies the technical knowledge of accounting theory and principles developed in other academic courses through the use of "real life" case studies, where such knowledge and professional judgment is applied in resolving advanced accounting problems and issues.