Accounting and Taxation
Area chair: Haim Mozes
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 and Partnership Taxation, International Accounting, and Ethics in Financial Reporting—let 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 of undergraduates and graduates in prestigious accounting competitions organized by multinational accounting firms.
Shane Heitzman, and Mengjie Huang, forthcoming, “Internal Information Quality and the Sensitivity of Investment to Market Prices and Accounting Profits,” Contemporary Accounting Research. (forthcoming)
Hye Seung (Grace) Lee, Albert L. Nagy, and B. Zimmerman Aleksandra, 2019, “Audit Partner Assignments and Audit Quality in the United States,” The Accounting Review, 94(2), 297-323. (forthcoming)
Amir Rubin, Benjamin Segal, and Dan Segal, 2017, “The Interpretation of Unanticipated News Arrival and Analysts’ Skill,” The Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 52(4), 1491-1518.
John Shon, R. Huang, M. Krishnan and P. Zhou, 2017, “Analysts’ herding propensity: Theory and evidence from earnings forecasts,” Contemporary Accounting Research, 34(1), 374-399.