The extensive and ongoing regulatory changes in accountancy are at the root of Larry Parker’s research. He seeks to answer questions about how these sometimes difficult changes impact a variety of stakeholders and how those professionals adapt to the new environment. His work explores the organizational structure of accounting firms, as well as decision-making processes of accounting firms, corporations, and individual CPA practitioners.
PhD, University of Houston, 1981
MS, University of Southern California, 1975
BA, Rice University, 1970
Interests and Courses
Recent Courses and Syllabi
- Corporate Reporting II
- International Management Institute
- Introduction to Financial Accounting
- Accounting for Business Executives
- Fogarty, T. J., Jonas, G., Parker, L. M.
In David Stout (Ed.),
The Medium is the Message: comparing paper-based and web-based course evaluation modalities (vol. 31, issue 2, pp. 177-193). Youngstown, Ohio: Journal of Accounting Education.
- Parker, L. M., Fogarty, T. J., Sellers, R. D.
Unleashing the Technical Core: Institutional Theory and the Aftermath of Arthur Andersen (vol. 24, issue 1, ). Behavioral Research in Accounting.
- Grant, J. E., Parker, L. M.
EBITDA (vol. 15, ). Research in Accounting Regulation.
Academic and Professional Activities
- Assist Department Chair in department matters, Vice Chair, Department of Accountancy, 2009 - Present
- Faculty Advisor, Integrated Studies Program, 2000 - Present
- Director and Administrator, Faculty Director, Master of Accountancy, 1994 - Present