Lecturer in Accountancy
LL.B. (1984) and B.Sc. (1978), Calcutta University.
At the University
of Illinois since 1998. Visiting Assistant Professor, University of
Illinois (1998-2002). Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame
(1994-1998). Instructor, University of Notre Dame (1992-1994). Teaching
Assistant, The Pennsylvania State University (1988-92). Research Assistant,
Harvard Business School (summers, 1986-88). Partner, Doogar and Sethia,
Chartered Accountants (1982-1985).
Choi, J.-H., Doogar, R., & Ganguly, A. R. The riskiness
of large audit firm client portfolios and changes in audit
liability regimes: Evidence from the US audit market. Contemporary
Accounting Research, forthcoming.
Doogar, R. 2003, What should doctoral programs focus on?
An economic perspective. Advances in Accounting Education,
Doogar, R., & Easley, R. F. 1998. Concentration without
differentiation: A new look at the determinants of audit
market concentration, Journal of Accounting and Economics,
Committee, Auditing Section, American Accounting Association
2001-2002. Reviewer, Advances in Accounting Education,
Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory,
Contemporary Accounting Research, and Journal of
and managerial accounting. Research interests are in audit markets,
managerial accounting, and, more generally, in applying economic theory
and statistical methods to understand accounting and auditing institutions
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