JOHN L. CAMPBELL, Ph.D., CPA
Address
228 Brooks Hall
Terry College of Business
J.M. Tull School of Accounting
The University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602-0001
Contact Information
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (706) 542-3595
Fax: (706) 542-3630
ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Associate Professor (with tenure), University of Georgia, July 2015 – present
Assistant Professor, University of Georgia, July 2010 – June 2015
Graduate Assistant, University of Arizona, August 2007 – May 2010
EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS
Ph.D., Management (Major area: Accounting; Minor area: Finance),
University of Arizona, May 2010
MS, Accountancy, Wake Forest University, 2001
BS, Analytical Finance, with honors, Wake Forest University, 2001
Certified Public Accountant (certified in Illinois since 2001)
JOURNAL ARTICLES
Cadman, B., J. Campbell, and S. Klasa. 2016. Are Ex-Ante CEO Severance Pay
Contracts Consistent with Efficient Contracting? Journal of Financial and
Quantitative Analysis, June 2016.
Campbell, J., J. Downes, and W. Schwartz, Jr. 2015. Do Sophisticated Investors use the
Information provided by the Fair Value of Cash Flow Hedges? Review of
Accounting Studies 20 (2), 934-975.
Campbell, J., J. Hansen, C. Simon, and J. Smith, 2015. Audit Committee Stock Options
and Financial Reporting Quality after the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 34 (2), 91-120.
Campbell, J., 2015. The Fair Value of Cash Flow Hedges, Future Profitability, and Stock
Returns. Contemporary Accounting Research 32 (1), 243-279.
Campbell, J., H. Chen, D. Dhaliwal, H. Lu, and L. Steele, 2014. The Information Content
of Mandatory Risk Factor Disclosures in Corporate Filings. Review of
Accounting Studies 19 (1), 396-455.
Campbell, J., J. Chyz, D. Dhaliwal, and W. Schwartz, Jr., 2013. Did the 2003 Tax Act
Increase Capital Investments by Corporations? Journal of the American
Taxation Association 35 (2), October 2013: 33-63.
Campbell, J., D. Dhaliwal, and W. Schwartz, Jr., 2012. Financing Constraints and the
Cost of Capital: Evidence from the Funding of Corporate Pension Plans.
Review of Financial Studies 25 (3), 868-912.
Campbell, J., D. Dhaliwal, and W. Schwartz, Jr., 2010. Equity Valuation Effects of the
Pension Protection Act of 2006. Contemporary Accounting Research 27 (2),
469-536.
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Campbell, J., and W. Schwartz, Jr., 2011. Defined Benefit Plan Headache: Rule Changes
Boost Volatility of Pension Cash Flow. Journal of Corporate Accounting and
Finance 23 (1), 47-58.
Aldhizer, G., T. Baker, J. Campbell, and D. Martin, 2002. When Earnings Management
Becomes Fraud. Internal Auditing 17 (4), 14-21.
WORKING PAPERS
“High-Quality Rank and File Employees and Financial Reporting Outcomes” with Andy
Call, Dan S. Dhaliwal, and Robbie Moon
 Presented at the American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting,
Chicago, IL
 Presented at the BYU Accounting Research Symposium, Provo, UT
 Presented at the AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS)
Mid-year Conference, Newport Beach, CA
 Under 2nd round review at Journal of Accounting and Economics
“Do Career Concerns Affect the Delay of Bad News Disclosure?” with Stephen P.
Baginski, Lisa A. Hinson, and David Koo
 Presented at the University of Illinois Young Scholars Research Symposium,
Champaign, IL
 Presented at the University of Arizona Conference to Honor Professor Mark
Trombley, Tucson, AZ
 Presented at the CAAA Canadian Academic Accounting Association Annual
Conference, Toronto, Ontario
 Presented at the Southeastern Schools Accounting Research Conference
(SESARC), Atlanta, GA
 Presented at the American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting,
Chicago, IL
 Presented at the AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS)
Mid-year Conference, Newport Beach, CA
 Revise and resubmit (2nd round) at The Accounting Review
“Earnings Comparability as a Signal of Earnings Quality and Future Stock Returns:
Evidence from Peer Firms’ Earnings Restatements” with Eric Yeung
 Presented at the American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting,
Washington, DC
 Presented at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
Accounting Research Symposium, Hong Kong, China
 Presented at the AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS)
Mid-year Conference, San Diego, CA
 Selected for presentation at 2016 Journal of Accounting, Auditing and
Finance Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada
 Revise and resubmit (2nd round) at Journal of Accounting, Auditing and
Finance
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“U.S. Multinational Corporations’ Foreign Cash Holdings: An Empirical Estimate and its
Valuation Consequences” with Dan S. Dhaliwal, Linda Krull, and Casey Schwab
 Presented at the American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting,
Anaheim, CA
 Presented at the Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting (FEA),
Chapel Hill, NC
 Presented at the AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS)
Mid-year Conference, Houston, TX
“Did Regulation Fair Disclosure Prevent Selective Disclosure?: Direct Evidence from
Intraday Trading Volume and Returns” with Brady Twedt and Ben Whipple
 Accepted for presentation at the American Accounting Association (AAA)
Annual Meeting, New York, NY
“Ex-ante CEO Severance Pay and Risk-Taking Incentives: Evidence from Corporate Tax
Avoidance” with Xinjiao Guan, Oliver Li, and Zhen Zheng
 Accepted for presentation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Asia Conference in Accounting, Xiamen, China
“Do Financial Analysts Reduce the Costs of Accounting Decisions? Evidence from
Goodwill Impairments” with Doug Ayres, James A. Chyz, Jonathan Shipman
 Presented at the American Accounting Association (AAA) Southeast Regional
Meeting, Atlanta, GA
 Accepted for presentation at the American Accounting Association (AAA)
Annual Meeting, New York, NY
“Do Mandatory Risk Factor Disclosures Predict Future Cash Flows and Stock Returns?:
Evidence from Tax Risk Factor Disclosures” with Mark Checchini, Anna Cianci, Anne
Ehinger, and Ed Werner
 Presented at the American Accounting Association (AAA) Southeast Regional
Meeting, Atlanta, GA – winner of “Best Ph.D. Student Paper Award”
 Accepted for presentation at the American Accounting Association (AAA)
Annual Meeting, New York, NY
“CEO Experience and Financial Reporting Quality: Evidence from Management
Forecasts” with Paul Brockman, Grace Lee, and Jesus Salas
 Accepted for presentation at the Financial Management Association (FMA)
Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV
WORK IN PROGRESS
“Costs and Benefits of Ex-Ante Severance Agreements: Evidence from Audit Fees” with
Jenny Gaver, David Koo, and Robbie Moon (sensitivity testing and writing)
“Is the Variability of Disclosure Tone associated with Investors’ Assessment of Firm
Risk?” with Grace Lee, Hsin-min Lu, and Logan Steele (sensitivity testing and writing)
“Skin in the Game: The effect of Author Stock Positions on Investors’ Reaction to Media
Content” with Matt DeAngelis and Robbie Moon (sensitivity testing and writing)
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MEDIA/PRACTITIONER CITATIONS
American Accounting Association’s Financial Reporting Policy Committee comment
letter on the International Accounting Standard Board (IASB)’s Conceptual Framework,
November 2015
 The Fair Value of Cash Flow Hedges, Future Profitability, and Stock Returns
 Do Sophisticated Investors use the Information provided by the Fair Value of
Cash Flow Hedges?
Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)’s October 2011
report titled “Reporting Business Risks: Meeting Expectations”
 The Information Content of Mandatory Risk Factor Disclosures in Corporate
Filings
Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council (FASAC)’s topic on Other
Comprehensive Income discussed at the December 8, 2011 meeting
 The Fair Value of Cash Flow Hedges, Future Profitability, and Stock Returns
ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS OF WORKING PAPERS
University of Arkansas, Spring 2016 (to be scheduled)
University of Connecticut, Fall 2016 (to be scheduled)
Vanderbilt University, September 2016 (scheduled)
Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Conference, June 2016 (scheduled)
University of Kansas, April 2016
American Accounting Association (AAA) Southeast Regional Meeting, April 2016
University of Wisconsin – Madison, April 2016
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, November 2015
National University of Singapore, November 2015
Singapore Management University, November 2015
Brigham Young University Accounting Symposium, November 2015
Texas A&M University, October 2015
University of Tennessee, May 2015
University of Arizona, April 2015
Florida State University, April 2015
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting, January 2014
Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting (FEA), November 2013
Michigan State University, October 2013
University of Utah, October 2013
University of Georgia, September 2013
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting, January 2013
University of Tennessee, September 2012
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, August 2012
Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting (FEA), November 2011
University of Georgia, October 2011
Georgia State University, October 2011
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, August 2011
University of Georgia, January 2011
Wake Forest University, November 2010
Indiana University – Bloomington, March 2010
University of Washington – Seattle, March 2010
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Carnegie Mellon University, March 2010
University of Pennsylvania (Wharton), February 2010
Dartmouth College, February 2010
University of California at Los Angeles, February 2010
University of Michigan, February 2010
University of Georgia, February 2010
University of California at Berkeley, February 2010
University of Missouri at Columbia, February 2010
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting, January 2010
University of Arizona, October 2009
University of Arizona, October 2008
Presentations by co-authors:
Financial Management Association (FMA) Annual Meeting, October 2016 (scheduled)
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, August 2016 (scheduled)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Asia Conference in Accounting, July 2016
(scheduled)
American Accounting Association (AAA) Southeast Regional Meeting, April 2016
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting, January 2016
National University of Singapore, November 2015
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, August 2015
Southeastern Schools Accounting Research Conference (SESARC), June 2015
Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) Annual Meeting, May 2015
University of Illinois Young Scholars Research Symposium, April 2015
Rutgers University, December 2014
University of Georgia, November 2014
State University of New York – Buffalo, September 2013
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, August 2013
HKUST Accounting Research Symposium, December 2012
Syracuse University, September 2012
Lehigh University, September 2012
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, August 2012
Oklahoma State University, April 2012
Auditing Section Mid-year Meeting, January 2012
Texas Christian University, November 2011
Texas Tech University, November 2011
Utah State University, November 2011
Lehigh University, November 2011
University of Oklahoma, October 2011
INSEAD Business School (France), October 2011
University of Technology, Sydney, July 2011
Ohio State University, April 2011
University of Arizona, December 2010
Singapore Management University, October 2010
Macquarie University (Australia), August 2010
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, August 2010
University of Adelaide (Australia), March 2010
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National University of Singapore, January 2010
University of Texas at Dallas, April 2009
Oklahoma State University, October 2008
CONFERENCES ATTENDED
2016:
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting (scheduled)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Asia Conference in
Accounting, Xiamen, China (scheduled)
Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Conference, Banff, Alberta,
Canada (invited presenter) (scheduled)
Journal of Business, Finance, and Accounting Conference, Chapel Hill,
NC (invited) (scheduled)
American Accounting Association (AAA) Southeast Regional Meeting
(invited panelist)
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Financial Reporting Issues
Conference (invited)
2015:
Miami Recruiting and Research Rookie Camp
Brigham Young University (BYU) Accounting Research Symposium
(invited)
Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) Conference, The
Impact of Social Norms on Organizational and Market Risk,
Georgia State University (invited discussant)
Review of Accounting Studies Conference (invited), London Business
School, London, UK
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting
Southeastern Schools Accounting Research Conference (SESARC)
Conference to honor Professor Mark Trombley, University of Arizona
(invited)
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Financial Reporting Issues
Conference (invited)
2014:
Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting (FEA) (invited
discussant)
Contemporary Accounting Research Conference (invited), Halifax, NS
UT-Austin/University of Waterloo International Tax Symposium (invited)
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Financial Reporting Issues
Conference (invited)
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting
2013:
Miami Recruiting and Research Rookie Camp
Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting (FEA)
Contemporary Accounting Research Conference (invited), Kingston, ON
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Faculty Program (invited)
Southeastern Schools Accounting Research Conference (SESARC)
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting
2012:
Miami Recruiting and Research Rookie Camp
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting
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2011:
2010:
2008:
Southeastern Schools Accounting Research Conference (SESARC)
AAA/Deloitte Foundation Robert M. Trueblood Seminar
Auditing Section Mid-year Meeting
Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting (FEA)
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting
American Accounting Association (AAA) New Faculty Consortium
Southeastern Schools Accounting Research Conference (SESARC)
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting
Contemporary Accounting Research Conference (invited), Kingston, ON
American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meeting
Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Mid-year Meeting
University of Illinois/Deloitte IFRS/Tax Symposium
SERVICE
Profession:
Ad-hoc Reviewer
 The Accounting Review
 Contemporary Accounting Research
 Review of Accounting Studies
 Accounting, Organizations and Society
 Journal of Finance
 Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis
 Management Science
 Accounting and Business Research
 Accounting Horizons
 Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance
 Journal of Accounting and Public Policy
 Journal of the American Taxation Association
 Journal of Banking and Finance
 Journal of Business Research
 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies
 Journal of Financial Markets
 Journal of Information Systems
 Journal of Pension Economics and Finance
 Conferences:
o FARS Mid-Year Meeting (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
o AAA Annual Meeting (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
o Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (2016)
o Journal of the American Taxation Association (2016)
o Review of Accounting Studies (2015, 2016)
o Accounting, Organizations and Society (2014)
o Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2014)
o Chinese Accounting Professors’ Association of North America
(CAPANA) conference (2011)
 Grants:
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o Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
Insight Grants Program (2013-2014)
o Research Grants Council (RCG) of Hong Kong, General Research Fund
(2014)
o Swiss National Science Foundation (SFNS) Research Council Grants
Program (2014)
External Letter Writer for Tenure & Promotion, University of Arizona
Member, Financial Reporting Policy Committee (FRPC), FARS Section, 2015 – 2018
o Principal co-author, Comment letter on International Accounting
Standards Board’s (IASB) Conceptual Framework Exposure Draft,
November 2015
Research Program Co-coordinator, FARS Section, AAA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL,
August 2015 (with Jake Thornock, University of Washington-Seattle)
FARS Section Sub-Liaison, Financial Reporting Quality area, AAA Annual Meeting,
Atlanta, GA, August 2014
Member, 2012-2014 AAA/Grant Thornton Doctoral Dissertation Awards for Innovation
in Accounting Education Committee, American Accounting Association
Discussant
 AAA Southeast Regional Meeting, Atlanta, GA, April 2016
o “Does the market punish the many for the sins of the few? The contagion
effect of accounting restatements for foreign firms listed in the United
States” by Weishi Jia (Emory University) and Jingran Zhao (Hong Kong
Polytechnic University)
 FARS Conference, Newport Beach, CA, January 2016
o “Increased mandatory disclosure frequency and price formation: Evidence
from the 8-K expansion regulation” by Jeff McMullin, Brian Miller, and
Brady Twedt (all of Indiana University – Bloomington)
o “Strategic non-disclosure of major customer identity” by Herita Akamah
(University of Oklahoma)
o “Green disclosures? Social media and prosocial behavior” by Wenli
Huang (HK Polytechnic Univ), Hai Lu (University of Toronto), and
Barbara Su (University of Toronto)
 CEAR Conference, Atlanta, GA, October 2015
o “Voluntary External Assurance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Disclosure and Dow Jones Sustainability Index Membership: International
Evidence” by Peter Clarkson (University of Queensland), Yue Li
(University of Toronto), Gordon Richardson (University of Toronto), and
Albert Tsang (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
 AAA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 2015
o “Severance Agreements and Earnings Management through Real Business
Decisions” by Peggy Huang (Securities and Exchange Commission) and
Yvonne Lee (University of Texas at Arlington)
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FEA Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 2014
o “Stock Option Compensation Incentives and R&D Investment Returns” by
Bruce Billings (Florida State University), Rick Morton (Florida State
University), Robbie Moon (Georgia State University), and Dana Wallace
(University of Central Florida)
 AAA Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 2014, 2 papers
o “The Real Effects of Customer Accounting Quality: Trade Credit and
Suppliers’ Cash Holdings” by Tao Ma (University South Carolina),
Xiumin Martin (Washington University – St. Louis), and Ming Liu (Hong
Kong Baptist University)
o “Director Overlap and Financial Reporting Quality” by SangHyun Suh
(University of Massachusetts Lowell), Hong Xie (University of
Kentucky), and David Ziebart (University of Kentucky)
 AAA Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, August 2012
o “Does the Cost of Equity Capital Matter? Evidence on CEO Turnovers
and Capital Investment” by Jinshuai Hu (Xiamen University) and Z. Jun
Lin (Hong Kong Baptist University)
 AAA Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, August 2011, 2 papers
o “Cash Flow Patterns as a predictor of Future Operating Income” by
Victoria Dickinson (University of Mississippi)
o “The Extent of Information Efficiency in the Credit Default Swap Market:
Evidence from Post Announcement Returns” by Nicole Jenkins
(Vanderbilt University), Michael Kimbrough (University of Maryland),
and Juan Wang (Singapore Management University)
 FARS Mid-Year Meeting, Tampa, FL, January 2011
o “A Convenient Scapegoat: Fair Value Accounting by Commercial Banks
during the Financial Crisis” by Brad Badertscher, Jeff Burks, and Peter
Easton (all at University of Notre Dame)
 AAA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 2010
o “Prediction of Equity Values for Venture Capital Backed Firms” by Georg
Keienburg (University of Cologne) and Soenke Sievers (UNC-Chapel
Hill)
 FARS Mid-Year Meeting, San Diego, CA, January 2010
o “Mandatory Adoption of IFRS and Properties of Analysts’ Information
Environment” by Cristof Beuselinck (Tilburg University), Philip Joos
(University of Rochester), Sofie Van der Meulen (Tilburg University),
Inder K. Khurana (University of Missouri)
Moderator
 FARS Mid-year Meeting, Newport Beach, CA, January 2016
o Customers and Disclosure, Ole-Kristian Hope (University of Toronto)
 AAA Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 2014
o Networks and Financial Reporting Quality, Jayanthi Sunder (University of
Arizona)
 FARS Mid-year Meeting, Houston, TX, January 2014
o Measuring Accounting Quality Session, Maria Ogneva (University of
Southern California)
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
FARS Mid-year Meeting, San Diego, CA, January 2013
o Executive Compensation Session, Chris Armstrong (Wharton)
Panelist
 AAA Southeast Regional Meeting, Atlanta, GA, April 2016
o “Effective Teaching Strategies for Intermediate Accounting”
Member since 2006: American Accounting Association; Financial Accounting and
Reporting Section, AAA; American Tax Association
Doctoral Student Supervision (initial placement):
 Lisa Hinson, 2016 (University of Florida)
 Jenna Feagin, 2018, dissertation chair (To be determined)
University/College/Department:
Graduate (PhD Program) Coordinator, J. M. Tull School of Accounting, Terry College of
Business, University of Georgia, July 2015 – present
Faculty Recruiting Committee, J. M. Tull School of Accounting, Terry College of
Business, University of Georgia, 2015-2016
Director Search Committee, J. M. Tull School of Accounting, Terry College of Business,
University of Georgia, 2014
Judge, Demosthenian-Phi Kappa Intersociety Debate, 2016
Faculty Recruiting, Accounting Ph.D. Rookie Recruiting and Research Camp attendee
(University of Miami), 2015, 2013, 2012
Two week-long accounting overviews to high school students that are prospective
business majors, Terry Business Academy, University of Georgia, Summer 2013
Faculty-feedback panel member for AACSB accreditation, University of Georgia, 2013
Roosevelt Scholars Faculty Mentor, University of Georgia Honors College, for honors
student Jesse Chan, Fall 2012
Accounting department representative, Terry College Graduation Convocation, Terry
College of Business, University of Georgia, May 2015, May 2011
Organized and co-taught SAS training course to incoming doctoral students,
University of Georgia, Summer 2011; University of Arizona, Summer 2008 and 2007
Organized curriculum and taught M&A valuation techniques to selected group of
undergraduates, Terry Business Academy, University of Georgia, Summer 2011
Member, Undergraduate Program Committee, Terry College of Business, University of
Georgia, 2014 – 2015
Member, Admissions Appeals Committee, Terry College of Business, University of
Georgia, 2013 – 2014
Member, Curriculum Committee, J.M. Tull School of Accounting, University of Georgia,
2010 – present
Member, Awards Committee, J.M. Tull School of Accounting, University of Georgia,
2012 – 2014
Student-feedback panel member during AACSB accreditation process,
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University of Arizona, 2007
Community:
Member, Board of Directors, 2015 – present
Clarke/Oconnee Tennis Association (COTA), a non-profit organization affiliated
with the U.S. Tennis Association (USTA), whose mission is to promote and
organize the game of tennis for all age groups in the Athens, GA area
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Intermediate Financial Accounting III, University of Georgia
Fall 2016 (scheduled)
Intermediate Financial Accounting II, University of Georgia
Spring 2011-2016: Avg. effectiveness ratings: 4.95 / 5.00
Capital Markets Research, PhD Seminar
University of Georgia
Fall 2014: Teacher effectiveness rating: 5.00 / 5.00
Fall 2016: (scheduled)
University of Tennessee
May 2015: Guest lecturer for three seminars in Dr. James Chyz’s seminar
Advanced Financial Accounting, University of Arizona
Fall 2008: Teacher effectiveness rating: 4.55 / 5.00
Introduction to Financial Accounting, Wake Forest University
Spring 2002: Avg. overall ratings across two sections: 4.60 / 5.00
Directed Study in Accounting, University of Georgia
Fall 2015: Independent Study – PhD level
Spring 2015: Fundamental Analysis – PhD level
Spring 2013: SOX and Corporate Governance – Masters level
HONORS, AWARDS, AND SOCIETIES
Percy B. Yeargan Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher of the Year, Tull School of
Accounting, University of Georgia, Beta Alpha Psi, 2016
Terry-Sanford Research Award, University of Georgia, 2016
Ernst & Young (EY) Faculty Fellow, University of Georgia, 2015-2016
Student Career Development Award, University of Georgia, 2015
Percy B. Yeargan Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher of the Year, Tull School of
Accounting, University of Georgia, Beta Alpha Psi, 2015
Terry-Sanford Research Award, University of Georgia, 2015
Ernst & Young (EY) Faculty Fellow, University of Georgia, 2014-2015
Percy B. Yeargan Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher of the Year, Tull School of
Accounting, University of Georgia, Beta Alpha Psi, 2014
Outstanding Teacher Award, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia, 2014
Student Career Development Award, University of Georgia, 2014
University of Georgia Research Award, Office of the Provost, 2014
Terry-Sanford Research Award, University of Georgia, 2014
Ernst & Young (EY) Faculty Fellow, University of Georgia, 2013-2014
Percy B. Yeargan Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher of the Year, Tull School of
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Accounting, University of Georgia, Beta Alpha Psi, 2013
UGA Lilly Foundation Teaching Fellowship ($2,000), 2013-2015
Student Career Development Award, University of Georgia, 2013
Deloitte Foundation Doctoral Fellowship ($25,000), 2009
Eller College Dean’s Research Award, 2009
Eller College Dean’s Service Award, 2009
Phi Beta Kappa (top 8% of graduating class), 2001
Beta Gamma Sigma (business scholarship society), 2001
Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award (highest finance GPA), 2001
Golden Key Honor Society, 2001
Omicron Delta Kappa (leadership society), 2001
Mortar Board (scholarship, leadership and service society), 2001
Wake Forest University Graduate Assistantship ($22,500), 2001
Financial Executives International (FEI) graduating senior award ($1,000), 2001
William Louis Poteat Scholar ($8,000 per year for four years), 1996-2000
Eagle Scout, 1996
CONSULTING
Wells Fargo Securities, Investment Banking Division, 2014-present
 Financial statement analysis training for new analysts and associates
Expert Witness, 2016
 Deposed and cross-examined on matters related to US GAAP
LiveOffice LLC, provider of outsourced email archiving, 2009-2010
 Hybrid debt/equity accounting
 Derivatives accounting
 Lease accounting
PRIOR ACCOUNTING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Research and Teaching Assistant, University of Arizona, 2007-2010
Advanced Financial Accounting, and Accounting Theory, 2008-2010
Intermediate Financial Accounting, 2007-2008
Financial Reporting Manager, Remington Arms Company, Inc., 2004-2007
Reported to Chief Financial Officer; responsible for internal and external financial
reporting; wrote Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, among others; prepared forecast and
budget, as well as Board of Directors financial communications; prepared
management team for and participated in quarterly analyst conference calls;
responsible for development and oversight of four employees
Senior Auditor, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, 2002-2004
SEC expertise in financial services and manufacturing (audits, quarterly reviews,
comment letters, registration statements, comfort letters); technical experience on
pensions, compensation, derivatives, off-balance sheet entities, fair value
accounting, segment reporting, and restructuring; managed staff of seven; clients
included BB&T Corp. (BBT), Sara Lee Corp. (SLC), VF Corp. (VFC), Oakwood
Homes Corp. (OHC) and Remington Arms Co. (public debt)
Mergers and Acquisitions Analyst, Investment Banking Division, Wachovia Securities,
Wachovia Corporation, 2001
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Sell-side and buy-side advisory services; worked sell-side on a divestiture for a
large public company; worked buy-side on a sale for a private equity group
REFERENCES
Professor Dan S. Dhaliwal (dissertation chair)
University of Arizona
520.621.2366
[email protected]
Professor Sandy Klasa
University of Arizona
520.621.8761
[email protected]
Dean Benjamin C. Ayers
University of Georgia
706.542.3772
[email protected]
Professor William C. Schwartz, Jr.
Oklahoma State University
918.594.8168
[email protected]
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