Culverhouse School of Accountancy
PhD, Arizona State Univesity
MST, California State University-East Bay
BS, Florida International University
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) - California
Editorial Review Board Member, Accounting Review. (June 2011 - April 2017).
PhD Project Hall of Fame, KPMG PhD Project. (2012).
Lopez, T. J., Reitenga, A. L., Glackin, V., Strobel, C. (2017). The executive compensation implications of the tax component of earnings. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 48(3), 557-595.
Lopez, T. J., Johnson, P., Christensen, T., Caylor, M. (2015). Analyst and Investor Reaction to Consistent Earnings Signals. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 42(9).
Lopez, T. J., Hill, M., Liu Xiaotao, X., Johnson, P. (2015). Operational Restructurings: Where’s the Beef? Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 45(4).
Lopez, T. J., Cready, W., Sisneros, C. (2012). Negative Special Items and Future Earnings: Expense Transfer or Real Improvements. The Accounting Review.
Lopez, T. J., Reitenga, A. L., Hill, M. (2016). CEO Excess Compensation: The Impact of Firm Size and Managerial Power. Advances in Accounting, 33(June), 35-46.
Lopez, T. J., Caylor, M. (2013). Cost behavior and executive bonus compensation. Advances in Accounting, 29(2).