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Faculty Publications 1992


Beausejour, David and Joseph P. Matoney. "Potential Effect of the Personal and Holding Company Tax on Oil and Gas Corporations." Oil & Gas Tax Quarterl . XL(3):475 488. March 1992.

Boyle, Edmund J.  SEE: Geiger, Marshall A.

Cathcart, John and Richard Vangermeersch. "Accounting History Exhibits.' Accounting Historians Notebook. 15(2):23-26. Fall 1992.

Chang, Rosita P., Mark M. Higgins and S. Ghon Rhee. “Inter-Industry Evidence on the DeAngelo-Masulis Tax Shield Hypothesis.”  IN: Proceedings of the American Accounting Association National Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 1992.

Chang, Rosita P., Mark M. Higgins and S. Ghon Rhee. “Inter-Industry Evidence on the DeAngelo-Masulis Tax Shield Hypothesis.”  IN: Proceedings of the American Finance Association National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, October 1992.

Geiger, Marshall A. "Audit Disclosures of Consistency: An Analysis of Loan Officer Reaction to SAS 58." Advances in Accounting. 10:77-90. 1992.

Geiger, Marshall A. and Jeffrey K Pinto. "Changes in Learning-Style Preferences: A Reply to Ruble and Stout." Psychological Reports. 70 (3 pt.2):1072-1074. June 1992.

Geiger, Marshall A., Edmund J. Boyle and Jeffrey Pinto. "A Factor Analysis of Kolb's Revised Learning Style Inventory." Educational and Psychological Measurement. 52(3):753-759. Autumn 1992.

Geiger, Marshall A. "Learning Styles of Introductory Accounting Students: An Extension to Course Performance and Satisfaction." Accounting Educators' Journal. Spring 1992.  p.22-39.

Geiger, Marshall A. and Edmund J. Boyle. "Learning Styles of Students and Instructors., An Analysis of Course Performance and Satisfaction." Accounting Educators' Journal. Fall 1992.  p.86-101.

Geiger, Marshall A. and A. C. Lloyd Spurrell. "On the Efficacy of Final Examinations." College Student Journal. September 1992. p.361-364.

Grammas, M. and J. Power. "The Accounting Profession in the 90S Is the Gender Gap Narrowing."  IN: 1992 Annual Conference of the Canadian Academic Accounting Association. 1992.  p165-186.

The Harry C. Bentley Collection at The Boston Public Library, May 15 Through June 15, 1992. (Exhibit Catalog). Selected by John Cathcart and Richard Vangermeersch. 1992.  [3p.]

Higgins, Mark M.  SEE: Chang, Rosita P.; Schwarzbach, Henry.

Matoney, Joseph P., Jr. SEE: Beausejour, David J.

Power, Jeffrey William.  SEE also: Grammas, M.

Power, Jeffrey William. An Empirical Investieation of Antitakeover Amendments and Managerial Discretion in Reported Earnings. University Microfilms. 1992. 2 Microfiches. (Thesis - Ph.D.-  Purdue University, 1991)

Schwarzbach, Henry and Mark M. Higgins. “Cash Flow From Operating Activities: An Analysis of Management Manipulation.” IN: Proceedings of the American Association National Meeting, Washington, D. C., August 1992.

Vangermeersch, Richard.  SEE also: Cathcart, John; Harry C. Bentley....

Vangermeersch, Richard and Anthony T. Krzystofik. A Brief History of the Northeast Rep ion of the American Accounting Association, 1951-92. NERAAA_ 1992. Various Paging.

Vangersmeersch, Richard. [sic] "An Interview With Ruth S. Leonard." Accounting Historians Notebook. 15(l):10-13,20. Spring 1992.

Vangermeersch, Richard, Selector. Relevance Rediscovered. Volume 111, An Anthology of 25 Significant Articles to Help Solve Today's and Tomorrow's Problems, NACA Bulletins and Yearbooks 1939-1949. Institute of Management Accountants. 1992.  351p.

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