Brian P. Shapiro
Associate Professor : Accounting Department
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B.A., majors in Latin and ancient Near Eastern studies, University of Minnesota
Ph.D., business administration, with a concentration in accounting and a minor in cognitive psychology, University of Minnesota
- Internal control and corporate governance
- Business ethics
- Sociological, cultural and philosophical perspectives on accounting and business practice
- Shapiro, B. and M. Naughton, "Toward an Integrated Vision of Undergraduate Liberal and Accounting Education in the Public Interest: the Holistic Development of Persons and Institutions," Accounting and the Public Interest, forthcoming.
- Shapiro, B., N. Cohen and M. Naughton, "Leviticus on How to Make and Distribute Profit," Society and Business Review 8:1, forthcoming.
- "A Comparative Analysis of Theological and Critical Perspectives on Emancipatory Praxis Through Accounting," Critical Perspectives on Accounting 20:8 (2009): 944-955.
Shapiro, Brian and D. Matson, "Strategies of Resistance to Internal Control Regulations," Accounting, Organizations and Society 33 (2008): 199-228.
"Accounting Science's Contribution to the Corporate Governance and Executive Accountability Problem," Accounting and the Public Interest 6 (2006): 51-69.
- Shapiro, Brian, J. Schatzberg, G. Sevcik, L. Thorne and S. Wallace, "A Re-examination of Behavior in Experimental Audit Markets: The Effects of Moral Reasoning and Economic Incentives on Auditor Reporting and Fees," Contemporary Accounting Research 22:1 (2005): 229-264.
- "Thematized Selective Disclosure," Critical Perspectives on Accounting 16 (2005): 229-264.
- Shapiro, Brian, R. Anctil, J. Dickhaut and C. Kanodia, "Information Transparency and Coordination Failure: Theory and Experiment," Journal of Accounting Research 42:2 (2004): 159-195.
- "Rash Words, Insincere Assurances, Uncertain Promises: Verifying Employers' Intentions in Labour Contracts," Critical Perspectives on Accounting 13 (2002): 63-88.
- Shapiro, Brian and C.R. Baker, "Information Technology and the Social Construction of Information Privacy," Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 20 (2001): 295-322.
- Waller, W., Brian Shapiro and G. Sevcik, "Do Cost-Based Pricing Biases Persist in Laboratory Markets?" Accounting, Organizations and Society 23 (1998): 641-663.
- "Toward a Normative Model of Rational Argumentation for Critical Accounting Discussions," Accounting, Organizations and Society 23 (1998): 641-663.
- "Objectivity, Relativism, and Truth in External Financial Reporting: What's Really at Stake in the Disputes?," Accounting, Organizations and Society 22 (1997): 165-185.
- Fisher, J., J. Schatzberg and B. Shapiro, "A Theoretical and Experimental Examination of Strategic Auditor-Client Interaction," Advances in Accounting 14 (1996): 135-160.
- Schatzberg, J., G. Sevcik and B. Shapiro, "Exploratory Experimental Evidence on Independent Impairment Conditions: Aggregate and Individual Results," Behavioral Research in Accounting 8 (supplement, 1996): 173-195.
- Shapiro, Brian and E. Joyce, "Invariance Violations and Mental Accounting Procedures in Riskless Matching," Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 62 (1995): 175-189.
Significant Scholarly Honors
- Research Fellow, John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Thought
- Faculty Participant, American Accounting Association 2008 Doctoral Consortium
- McLaughlin prize for best research paper in accounting ethics, University of Oklahoma, 2003
- Leadership Development Program co-chair, Bet Shalom Congregation (Minnetonka, MN)
Past treasurer and member of the Executive Committee and Board of Trustees, Bet Shalom Congregation