Advance the accounting profession, business management and government regulation through original scholarship and effective teaching skills.
Combine conceptual and technical accounting skills with mathematics, statistics, econometrics and relational databases to produce original research. By examining current and relevant issues, doctoral students help advance the academic accounting field and contribute to the profession, governance and industry.
Pursue a tenure-track position in academia conducting research, publishing scholarship and teaching future accountants. A doctorate also prepares you for senior-level positions in research, financial management and policy.
Work with faculty who are ranked among the most productive researchers by the Academy of Management Journal, as well as by top scholarly journals within their discipline. Our faculty:
Accounting and Law Department
School of Management
University at Buffalo
375 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000
To speak to a faculty member, contact Inho Suk, PhD, associate professor of accounting and law.
Most people don’t think of accountants as crime-fighting superheroes, but to many people in the Spokane area, Sara Melendy, PhD ’05, is just that. Learn more about her work.
Our program emphasizes empirical research addressing contemporary issues in three main areas: