Steve

Buchheit

Professor of Accounting

Roddy-Garner Professor of Accounting

Culverhouse School of Accountancy

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Publications

Are CFOs effective operators? An empirical analysis of CFO / COO duality. Coauthors: Austin Reitenga, George Ruch, Daniel Street. Journal of Management Accounting Research Vol. 31  (2019).

Crowdsourcing intelligent research participants: A student versus MTurk comparison. Coauthors: Derek Dalton, Shane Stinson and Troy Pollard.  Behavioral Research in Accounting Vol. 31 (2019).

Do consumer-directed tax credits effectively increase demand?  Experimental evidence of conditional success. Coauthors: Shane Stinson, Beau Barnes and Michaele Morrow.  Journal of the American Taxation Association Vol. 40 (2018).

Threshold-based Medicare incentives and aggressive patient reporting in U.S. hospitals. Coauthors: Beau Barnes and Linda Parsons. Accounting and the Public Interest Vol. 17 (2017).

A contemporary analysis of accounting professionals’ work-life balance.  Coauthors: Derek Dalton, Nancy Harp, and Carl Hollingsworth. Accounting Horizons Vol. 30 (2016).

Audit and tax career paths in public accounting: An analysis of student and professional perceptions. Coauthors: Derek Dalton and Jeffrey McMillan. Accounting Horizons Vol. 28 (2014).

Experimental evidence of a sunk cost paradox: a study of pricing behavior in Bertrand-Edgeworth duopoly. Coauthor: Nick Feltovich. International Economic Review Volume 52 (2011).

An experimental study of multidimensional hierarchical accounting data: drill-down paths can influence economic decisions. Coauthors: Jacob Peng and Ralph Viator. Journal of Information Systems Vol. 21 (2007).

An experimental investigation of accounting information’s influence on the individual giving process. Coauthor: Linda Parsons.  Journal of Accounting and Public Policy Vol. 25 (2006).

Non-cash charitable giving: Evidence of aggressive taxpayer reporting following a compliance change. Coauthors: Teresa Lightner, John Masselli, and Robert Ricketts, Journal of the American Taxation Association Vol. 27 (2005).

Fixed cost magnitude, fixed cost reporting format, and competitive pricing decisions: some experimental evidence. Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 21 (2004).

Reporting the cost of capacity. Accounting, Organizations and Society. Vol. 28 (2003).

No need to compromise:  evidence of pubic accounting’s changing culture regarding budgetary performance. Coauthors: Bill Pasewark and Jerry R. Strawser.  Journal of Business Ethics Vol. 42 (2003).

CEO bonus pay, tax policy, and earnings management. Coauthors: Austin Reitenga (Alabama), Terry Baker (Wake Forest U.), and Qin Jennifer Yin (U. Texas-San Antonio). Journal of the American Taxation Association, Vol. 24 (2002).

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