David A. Ziebart
Professor of Accountancy
Accounting, Michigan State University, 1983
M.S. Accounting, Northern Illinois University, 1976
B.A. Accounting, Aurora College, 1975. C.P.A.
the University of Illinois since 1985. Assistant professor of accounting
at Indiana University, 1982-85.
D., & Yaekura, T. 2004. An analysis of the difficulty in
correctly identifying discretionary accruals. Advances in
Quantitative Analysis in Accounting and Finance, 1:
D., & Yaekura, T. 2003. An analysis of the difficulty in
correctly identifying discretionary accruals. In Advances in
Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting,
Ziebart, D., & Guo, H. 2000. The effect of earnings
management, inside information, and voluntary disclosure
choice on management earnings forecasts. Asian Pacific
Journal of Accounting and Economics, 7: 33-58.
Ziebart, D., & Liu, C.S. 1999. Evidence on the stock
market's overreaction to bad news management earnings
forecasts. Journal of Empirical Finance, 6: 405-430.
Louis Accountancy Alumni Teaching Award, 2000. Undergraduate
Teaching Award, Commerce Alumni Association, 1997. M.B.A.
Teaching Award, 1992.
board, The International Journal of Accounting and
Accounting Inquires. Outstanding Dissertation Award
Committee, American Accounting Association, FAR Section,
2001-2002. Director, Midwest Regional Financial Accounting
and Reporting Section, American Accounting Association,
1999-2000. Selection Committee, Notable Contributions to
Accounting Literature Award, American Accounting
in financial accounting. Also teaches in the CPA review
course. Research focuses on the application of financial
economics methods to evaluate and investigate financial
accounting and reporting issues. Has provided litigation
support services to Big 5 public accounting firms.
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