Steve Buchheit

Associate Professor

Culverhouse School of Accountancy

Phone: 205-348-2917

Focus and Current Research

Managerial Accounting 


PhD, The University of Texas at Austin

BSBA, Ohio State University - Main Campus

Honors Achievements & Affiliations

American Accounting Association, Member

Institute of Management Accountants, Officer

Selected Publications

Stinson, S. R., Barnes, B., Buchheit, S. R., Morrow, M. (in press). Do Consumer-Directed Tax Credits Effectively Increase Demand? Experimental Evidence of Conditional Success. Journal of the American Taxation Association.

Buchheit, S. R., Dalton, D., Harp, N., Hollingsworth, C. (2016). A Contemporary Analysis of Accounting Professionals' Work-Life Balance. Accounting Horizons, 30(1).

Buchheit, S. R., Dalton, D., McMillan, J. (2014). Audit and Tax Career Paths in Public Accounting: An Analysis of Student and Professional Perceptions. Accounting Horizons, 28(2).

Buchheit, S. R., Bailey, C., Bulepp, B., Fleischman, G. (2014). Successful Efforts Versus Full Cost Accounting: A Size-Based Misconception? Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly, 62(4).

Buchheit, S. R., Dalton, D., Murray, S., Oler, D., Zhou, M. (2013). Enforcement Mechanisms for SEC Reporting Deadlines. Research in Accounting Regulation, 25(2).

Buchheit, S. R., Dalton, D., Downen, T., Pippin, S. (2012). Summary Outcome Feedback, Repetition, and Incentives: Evidence from a Relatively Complex Task. Behavioral Research in Accounting, 24(2).