Accounting is the examination, processing, and reporting of an organization or economic entity's financial information.
Research and study at the Tepper School includes financial accounting, managerial accounting, corporate financial reporting, information economics, and microeconomic theory.
Research: Are Women Less Responsive to Performance Pay Incentives?
In the study "Women Respond Less to Performance Pay? Building Evidence From Multiple Experiments," Erina Ytsma, Assistant Professor of Accounting, and her co-authors sought to address this question.
Tepper Accounting Faculty in the News
Clothing Companies Want to Hold On to Unsold Inventory, featuring Thomas Ruchti, Assistant Professor of Accounting.
PPP Guidelines Say You Must Use 75% of the Loan on Payroll To Earn Forgiveness, but Businesses Explain the Other Creative Ways They're Spending the Money in Order To Get the Most Bang for Their Buck, featuring Thomas Ruchti, Assistant Professor of Accounting.
Deductions Back on the Menu for Ballgame, Entertainment Meals, featuring Andrew Bird, Assistant Professor of Accounting.