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Historian, teacher, and internationally known lecturer, this scholar-educator’s keen observations and insights have enhanced our perspective on accounting in both national and finnej domains and sharpened our understanding of critical accounting policy issues. Born in in Chicago, his father was founder contabilidadd president of a small industrial advertising agency.
He recalls that his father was “a very creative man with an excellent presence as a speaker” and that his mother was “an excellent listener,” and he credits both with giving him skills necessary for becoming a teacher and lecturer. He graduated from Highland Park High School in and was voted the “most studious” male student by his classmates. Upon graduation, he entered the University of Colorado where he majored in accounting, a choice influenced by the favorable impressions left by a high school bookkeeping course.
During all four undergraduate years, he worked on The Colorado Daily, the student newspaper, becoming managing editor in his senior year. His grades at Colorado were good but undistinguished until he encountered Wilton T. Anderson who challenged him in rigorous advanced accounting courses and Robert S.
Wasley who stimulated his interest in a teaching career.
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An undergraduate seminar in labor relations taught by Dallas L. Jones inspired both his honors thesis, which Jones directed, and, later, his master’s thesis. Wasley convinced him to remain at the University of Colorado following graduation inwhere, as an instructor, he could test the strength of his interest in teaching and also pursue a master’s degree in management with a minor in accounting.
The experience led him to choose teaching as a career and to seek a Ph. His program began in with courses from Willam A. Paton and William J. Schlatter and, although strongly interested in both accounting and management, he chose accounting for his principal field of study.
In addition to teaching accounting courses during his Ph. Inhe joined the accounting faculty at Tulane University where remained for 17 years, earning the rank of associate professor in two years and the rank of full professor just 3 years later.
Inhe was named W. Irby Professor of Accounting. Inhe moved to Rice University, where he remains today, and in he was named Herbert S.
Autrey Professor of Accounting. Infresh out of his doctoral program and on the recommendation of a Michigan professor, he was named book review editor of The Accounting Review, a position he held for four years. The book review section in those days was a major component of the Review, publishing over 50 reviews annually.
Thus began a long and distinguished record of service to the American Accounting Contabiliead. He served as its first Director of Educationeditor of The Accounting Review for three termsand President In addition he chaired or served on numerous committees and task forces of the Association.
It would be difficult to imagine a professor who gave more to the Association or came to know more about it, so it was particularly fitting, in retrospect, that he was chosen to write the Association’s history to commemorate its fiftieth anniversary. His record of editorial contributions extends far beyond his work for The Accounting Review and reflect his scholarly interests in accounting from historical, international, and policing-making conyabilidad.
Agency for International Development, he founded the Boletn Interamericano de Contabilidad the Spanish-language Inter-American Contbilidad Newsletter which developed a circulation of 20, and fostered communication among accounting professors and professionals in Latin America, Spain and Portugal; he edited the Boletn until when it was transferred to the Inter-American Accounting Association, which continues to publish it.
During his career, he has also held positions on over thirty of scholarly and professional editorial boards around the world, of contabiliadd twenty-two remain active appointments. His active involvement with international accounting began with his selection to give the Arthur Andersen Lecture at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
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He undertook a comparative study of accounting standard-setting processes in the United States, Canada, Scotland, England, and Mexico, which was the first study of its kind. Based on extensive interviews in all five jurisdictions, the lecture was published in as a monograph titled Forging Accounting Principles in Five Countries: A History and an Analysis of Trends.
The monograph received the Academy of Accounting Historians’ first Hourglass Award in the following year and initiated an outpouring of his writing and lecturing on national and international accounting policy issues, including his best-known article, “The Rise of ‘Economic Consequences’,” published in When added to his writing on accounting theory and other topics, the total is over 20 books and monographs — including a recently published biography of Henry Rand Hatfield, which earned him a second Hourglass Award — over 30 major articles in scholarly journals, and over other published articles, notes, comments, book reviews, and editorials.
For eleven years, he has served as International Research Adviser for The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, a position created especially for him. In addition, he has maintained an extraordinarily ambitious world-wide speaking schedule for more than thirty years, giving over lectures and seminars to students, academics and practitioners, over of which have been outside the United States. Inhe was chosen as the American Accounting Association’s Distinguished International Lecturer, and during his two-month tour of eight Latin American countries he gave all of this lectures in Spanish.
During the contabulidad three decades this accounting ambassador has brought insight into U. His writings and speeches are frequently reprinted for new audiences and several contailidad won national prizes. His contributions have been recognized by the Texas Society of CPAs and by academic and professional bodies in many countries outside the U.
This high-energy academician plays squash twice a week and has enthusiastic interests in sports and opera.
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