Accounting and Taxation
Area chair: Stan Veliotis
Contact: [email protected]
Accounting is the language of business, and Fordham professors help their students to become fluent in that language. Core-level accounting classes give students the basic skills to interpret and analyze financial statements, while upper-level and special-topics courses—such as corporate taxation and ethics in financial reporting—help them specialize their knowledge. Fordham's accounting faculty works with highly motivated students through the university's chapter of Beta Alpha Psi and routinely coaches teams in prestigious accounting competitions organized by multinational accounting firms. Fordham is also on the cutting edge of teaching sustainability reporting.
Chenqi Zhu and Svenja Dube, 2021, “The Disciplinary Effect of Social Media: Evidence from Firms’ Response to Glassdoor Reviews,” Journal of Accounting Research, 59(5), 1783-1825
Hye Seung (Grace) Lee, John Campbell, Hsin-min Lu, and Logan Steele, 2020, “Express Yourself: Why Managers’ Disclosure Tone Varies across Time and What Investors Learn from It,” Contemporary Accounting Research, 37(2), 1140-1171
Stan Veliotis, 2019, “Equating U.S. Tax Treatment of Dividends and Capital Gains for Foreign Portfolio Investors,” American Business Law Journal, 56(2), 345-390.