We are happy to provide the following resources to help you explore the possibility of becoming an accounting professor.
Created in 1994 to increase the diversity of business school faculty by providing a resource clearinghouse of doctoral program information and a network of peer support to under-represented populations.
Bergner, J. 2009. Pursuing a Ph.D. in accounting: Walking in with your eyes open. Here’s how the doctoral track looks through the eyes of one student. Journal of Accountancy (March).http://www.journalofaccountancy.com/Web/PursuingaPhDinAccounting
Beyer, B., D. Herrmann, G.K. Meek, and E.T. Rapley. 2010. What it means to be an accounting professor: A concise career guide for doctoral students in accounting. Issues in Accounting Education 25 (2); 227-244. Published by the American Accounting Association.
Hermanson, D. R. 2008. What I have learned so far: Observations on managing an academic career. Issues in Accounting Education 23 (1): 53-66. Published by the American Accounting Association.
Nusbaum, Edward E. "Top 10 Wish List for Audit Research," Current Issues in Auditing, Vol. 1, 2007, pp. C3-C9. Published by the American Accounting Association.
Stone, D. N. 1996. Getting tenure in accounting: A personal account of learning to dance with the mountain. Issues in Accounting Education 11 (1): 187-201. Published by the American Accounting Association.
"Accounting Program Research Rankings by Topical Area and Methodology" and was published by the AAA in Issues in Accounting Education Volume 25, Issue 4. by Joshua G. Coyne, et. al.