Welcome New Faculty

Author: Lorie Marsh

We'd like to welcome our new faculty. Read below to get to know them better.

John Aland, Visiting Assistant Professor

AREAS OF INTEREST: Financial institutions, financial reporting, equity crowdfunding, voluntary disclosure.

RESEARCH:…

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Imdieke Wins Wildman Medal at AAA Conference

Author: Lorie Marsh

Andy Imdieke won the Deloitte Foundation Wildman Medal at the annual AAA conference. The medal is presented to to the author(s) of the article, monograph, book or other work, reflecting the results of their research or the application of the research of others, published during the five calendar years…

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Donovan Paper Accepted at TAR

Author: Lorie Marsh

John Donovan's paper titled "Does Recognition versus Disclosure Affect Debt Contracting? Evidence from SFAS 158" was accepted for publication by The Accounting Review

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Faculty Retirements

Author: Lorie Marsh

The following faculty members who are transitioning to emeritus status this year collectively represent 136 years of teaching and research excellence:

Chao-Shin Liu, associate professor of Accountancy, joined Notre Dame in 1998. Chao won numerous teaching awards during his…

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Awards Announced

Author: Lorie Marsh

Mendoza Outstanding Professor Awards honor the faculty members in each department who exhibit sustained excellence in undergraduate teaching in her or his discipline.

James Dincolo Outstanding Undergraduate Professor Award – Accountancy

  • James

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White Paper Accepted in JAE

Author: Lorie Marsh

Accountancy's Hal White's paper "Spillover Effects of Mandatory Portfolio Disclosures on Corporate Investment” was accepted by the Journal of Accounting & Economics.

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Donovan Paper Accepted in JAE

Author: Lorie Marsh

John Donovan's paper "Contracting in the Dark: The Rise of Public-Side Lenders in the Syndicated Loan Market" was accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Economics. Congratulations, John!

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Imdieke Paper Accepted at CAR

Author: Lorie Marsh

Andy Imdieke's paper "Does the Presence of an Internal Control Audit affect Firm Operational Efficiency?" was accepted for publication in Contemporary Accounting Research. Congratulations, Andy!

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Watkins research shows interest rate sensitivity disclosures accurately predict changes in bank revenue resulting from interest rate shocks

Author: Lorie Marsh

Some banks say interest income sensitivity disclosures are useless. Jessica Watkins’ research shows otherwise. 

“We found that analyst forecasts were more accurate in projecting future net income when banks provided the disclosures, relative to banks that did not provide them,” Watkins said,…

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Imdieke Quoted in WSJ's Morning Ledger

Author: Lorie Marsh

Andy Imdieke was quoted in the Wall Street Journal's Morning Ledger about his new research co-authored with Erik Beardsley that examines whether non-audit services to clients can help improve audit quality.

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Beardsley and Imdieke Paper Featured in CFO Journal

Author: Lorie Marsh

Erik Beardsley's and Andy Imdike's working paper with Tom Omer, "Too Much of a Good Thing? Evidence of a Nonlinear Association Between Non-Audit Services and Audit Quality," was recently cited in the Wall Street Journal's CFO Journal. Please see the article…

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Greener Measures

Author: Lorie Marsh

Seven years ago, Laudato Si' called upon businesses to get serious about sustainability. Today Mendoza professors Sandra Vera-MuñozPeter Easton and Jessica McManus Warnell are putting the encyclical's words into action by showing what it takes to…

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Milani and Wittenbach Milestones

Author: Lorie Marsh

Please join me in thanking accountancy professors Ken Milani and Jim Wittenbach for 50 years of service to the University. Ken and Jim have served the College across 10 deanships (eight different deans) and shaped the College through their love of teaching, scholarship…

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Vera-Munoz Wins Teaching Award

Author: Lorie Marsh

Sandra Vera-Munoz has received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. The awards are presented by the Office of the Provost, and the recipients are selected through a process that includes peer and student nominations. They honor faculty members who have…

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