Assistant Professor : Accounting Department
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B.S., University of Louisiana-Lafayette
M.B.A Tulane University
Ph.D. Michigan State University
Experimental research on decision making in accounting and other business contexts.
- Frequency of financial reporting
- Earnings management
- Financial disclosure
- “Effects of Increased Reporting Frequency on the Accuracy, Dispersion and Confidence Intervals of Nonprofessional Investors’ Earnings Predictions,” Behavioral Research in Accounting Journal, Forthcoming 2011.
Pitre, Terence, Ronald Daigle & Robert Pinsker, “An Investigation of Nonprofessional Investors’ Qualitative Materiality Judgments Incorporating SEC Listed vs. Non-listed Events,” Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 28 (2009): 446-465.
Pitre, Terence, W. Achilles & J. Blaskov, "Corporate Governance and Reporting Frequency: Hazards of More Frequent Reporting," Journal of Corporate Ownership and Control, May 2008.
"Reporting Frequency and Sample Size: Effects on Prediction, Confidence Levels and Confidence Intervals," Journal of Behavioral Finance 8 (2007): 154-160.