Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida
Agarwal, R., R. Echambadi, A. M. Franco and M. Sarkar. 2006. Reap rewards: Maximizing benefits from reviewer comments. The Academy of Management Journal 49(2): 191-196. (JSTOR link).
Ashton, R. H. 1998. Writing accounting research for publication and impact. Journal of Accounting Education 16(2): 247-260.
Behn, B. K., G. A. Carnes, G. W. Krull Jr, K. D. Stocks and P. M. J. Reckers. 2008. Accounting Doctoral Education-2007: A Report of the Joint AAA/APLG/FSA Doctoral Education Committee. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 357-367.
Bergner, J. 2009. Pursuing a Ph.D. in accounting: Walking in with your eyes open. Journal of Accountancy web-exclusive article. (Mentioned in the March issue as an AICPA resource on page 40). (Link to JOA).
Beyer, B., D. Herrmann, G. K. Meek and E. T. Rapley. 2010. What it means to be an accounting professor: A concise career guide for doctoral students in accounting. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 227-244. (Summary).
Bishop, C. C., D. M. Boyle, R. R. Clune and D. R. Hermanson. 2012. A different model for doctoral education in accounting and auditing: Student and faculty reflections. Current Issues in Auditing 6(1): A1-A16. (Note).
Bonner, S. E., J. W. Hesford, W. A. Van der Stede and S. M. Young. 2006. The most influential journals in academic accounting. Accounting, Organizations and Society 31(7): 663-685.
Booth, W. C., G. G. Colomb and J. M. Williams. 2008. The Craft of Research, 3rd edition. University of Chicago Press.
Bouillon, M. and S. Ravenscroft. 2010. Undergraduate preparation and dissertation methodologies of accounting PhDs over the past 40 years. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (7): 19-29.
Boyle, D. M., B. W. Carpenter, D. R. Hermanson and M. O. Mensah. 2013. The accounting doctorate shortage: Opportunities for practitioners. Strategic Finance (May): 30-36. (Note).
Brown, L. D. 1996. Influential accounting articles, individuals, Ph.D. granting institutions and faculties: A citational analysis. Accounting, Organizations and Society 21(7-8): 723-754.
Brown, L. D. 2005. The importance of circulating and presenting manuscripts: Evidence from the accounting literature. The Accounting Review (January): 55-83. (JSTOR Link).
Buckley, J. W., M. H. Buckley and H. Chiang. 1976. Research Methodology & Business Decisions. National Association of Accountants. (Summary).
Cabell, D. W. E., D. L. English and T. J. George.2006. Cabell's Directory of Publishing opportunities in Accounting. (Links for Cabell's Directories Home.)
Chow, C. W. and P. Harrison. 1998. Factors contributing to success in research and publications: Insights of influential accounting authors. Journal of Accounting Education 16(3-4): 463-472.
Chow, C. W. and P. D. Harrison. 2002. Identifying meaningful and significant topics for research and publication: A sharing of experiences and insights by ‘influential’ accounting authors. Journal of Accounting Education20(3): 183-203.
Glover, S. M., D. F. Prawitt and D. A. Wood. 2006. Publication records of faculty promoted at the top 75 accounting research programs. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 195-218.
Coyne, J. G., S. L. Summers, B. Williams and D. A. Wood. 2010. Accounting program research rankings by topical area and methodology. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 631-654.
Creswell, J. W. 2008. Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches, 3rd edition. Sage Publications Ltd.
Czyzewski, A. B. and H. D. Dickinson. 1990. Factors leading to the rejection of accountants' manuscripts. Journal of Accounting Education 8(1): 93-104.
Fogarty, T. J. 2011. The social construction of research advice: The American Accounting Association plays Miss Lonelyhearts. Accounting and the Public Interest (11): 32-51.
Gary, R. F., C. A. Denison and M. L. Bouillon. 2011. Can obtaining an accounting Ph.D. provide a positive financial return? Issues in Accounting Education (February): 23-38. (Summary).
Grasso, L. 2008. The accounting Ph.D. shortage: Crisis or opportunity? Cost Management (March/April): 15-25. (Note).
Hermanson, D. R. 2008. What I have learned so far: Observations on managing an academic accounting career. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 53-66.
Hasselback, J. R. 2010. Accounting Faculty Directory 2009-2010. Prentice-Hall. (Link to Hasselback).
Hunt, S. C., T. V. Eaton and A. Reinstein. 2009. Accounting faculty job search in a seller's market. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 157-185.
Jensen, R. E. 2014. A scrapbook on what's wrong with past, present and future of accountics science. (SSRN Link).
Kachelmeier, S. J., S. Madeo, D. Plumlee, J. H. Pratt, G. Krull and G. Thornton. 2005. Report of the AAA/AAPLG Ad Hoc Committee to assess the Supply and Demand for Accounting Ph.D.s. A joint project of the American Accounting Association and the Accounting Programs Leadership Group. (Note and Link to Report).
Kaplan, R. S. 1989. Connecting the research-teaching-practice triangle. Accounting Horizons (March): 129-132.
Kinney, W. R. Jr. 1986. Empirical accounting research design for Ph.D. students. The Accounting Review (April): 338-350. (JSTOR link).
Kinney, W. R. Jr. 1989. The relation of accounting research to teaching and practice: A "positive" view. Accounting Horizons (March): 119-124.
Kumar, R. 2010. Research Methodology: A Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners, 3rd edition. Sage Publications Ltd.
Largay, J. A. III. 2001. Three Rs and four Ws. Accounting Horizons (March): 71-72. (The essential characteristics of Horizons papers: Readability, Relevance, and Rigor. Early in the paper the authors must explain: What they are doing, Why they are doing it, What they found, and Why the findings are important).
Leslie, D. W. 2008. Accounting Faculty in U.S. Colleges and Universities: Status and Trends, 1993-2004. A Report of the American Accounting Association. American Accounting Association. (Note and Link to AAA).
Locke, L. F., S. J. Silverman and W. W. Spirduso. Editors. 2009. Reading and Understanding Research, 3rd edition. Sage Publications Inc.
Martin, J. R. Not dated. Notes to those considering an Accounting Ph.D. Management And Accounting Web. https://maaw.info/ArticleSummaries/NotesforAccountingPhDStudents.htm
McNair, C. J. and B. Richards. 2008. Unintended consequences: Death of the teacher-scholar. Cost Management (January/February): 21-28. (Summary).
Meyer, M. J. and P. L. Titard. 2000. Those who can ... teach. Want to exchange your Palm Pilot for a blackboard, get a PhD and go back to college as a teacher? The time to do it is now. Journal of Accountancy. (July): 49-58. (Note).
Moizer, P. 2009. Publishing in accounting journals: A fair game? Accounting, Organizations and Society 34(2): 285-304. (Lots of good advice for authors and reviewers).
Myers, R., R. D. Plumlee, J. E. Trapnell and S. J. Kachelmeier. 2006. Teaching for the love of it: The joy of being an educator - Eight career changers tell their stories. Journal of Accountancy (June): 30-38.
Nathan, S., D. R. Hermanson and R. H. Hermanson. 1998. Co-authoring in refereed journals: Views of accounting faculty. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 79-92.
Plumlee, R. D., S. J. Kachelmeier, S. A. Madeo, J. H. Pratt and G. Krull. 2006. Assessing the shortage of accounting faculty. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 113-125.
Ruff, M., J. C. Thibodeau and J. C. Bedard. 2009. A profession's response to a looming shortage: Closing the gap in the supply of accounting faculty. Journal of Accountancy (March): 36-41. (Link to the JOA).
Ryan, B., R. W. Scapens, M. Theobald and V. Beattie. 2002. Research Methods and Methodology in Finance and Accounting, 2nd edition. Cengage Learning Business Press.
Rynes, S. L. 2006. Making the most of the review process: Lesson from award-winning authors. The Academy of Management Journal 49(2): 189-190. (JSTOR link).
Seibert, S. E. 2006. Anatomy of an R&R (Or, reviewers are an author's best friends...). The Academy of Management Journal 49(2): 203-207. (JSTOR link).
Smith, M. 2003. Research Methods in Accounting.Sage Publications Ltd.
Stamp, E. 1985. The politics of professional accounting research: Some personal reflections. Accounting, Organizations and Society 10(1): 111-123.
Stone, D. N. 1996. Getting tenure in accounting: A personal account of learning to dance with the mountain. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 187-201.
Stout, D. E., J. E. Rebele and T. P. Howard. 2006. Reasons research papers are rejected at accounting education journals. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 81-98.
Swanson, E. P. 2004. Publishing in the majors: A comparison of accounting, finance, management and marketing. Contemporary Accounting Research 21(1): 223-255.
The Pathways Commission. 2012. The Pathways Commission on Higher Education: Charting a National Strategy for the Next Generation of Accountants. American Accounting Association and American Institute of CPAs. (Note).
Trapnell, J. E., N. Mero, J. R. Williams and G. W. Krull, Jr. 2009. The accounting doctoral shortage: Time for a new model. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 427-432. (Note).
Tushman, M. and C. O'Reilly III. 2007. Research and relevance: Implications of Pasteur's quadrant for doctoral programs and faculty development. The Academy of Management Journal 50(4): 769-774. (JSTOR link).
Vermeulen, F. 2007. "I shall not remain insignificant": Adding a second loop to matter more. The Academy of Management Journal 50(4): 754-761. (JSTOR link).
Walker, K. B., G. M. Fleischman and T. Stephenson. 2010. The incidence of documented standards for research in departments of accounting at US institutions. Journal of Accounting Education 28(2): 43-57.
Zimmerman, J. L. 1989. Improving a manuscript's readability and likelihood of publication. Issues in Accounting Education (Fall): 458-466.
Zivney, T. L., W. J. Bertin and T. A. Gavin. 1995. A comprehensive examination of accounting faculty publishing. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 1-25.