With over 200 publications in peer-reviewed journals, Timothy Fogarty, PhD, CPA, JD, professor of accountancy is among the most prolific authors of scholarly research in accounting worldwide. Fogarty focuses his research in three main areas: accounting regulation, organizations that employ and influence the work of accountants, and accounting education.
His most recent work has appeared in such journals as RESEARCH IN ACCOUNTING REGULATION and ACCOUNTING HISTORY. At present Fogarty serves as editor for the prestigious accounting journal ACCOUNTING AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST and as associate editor for the ACCOUNTING, AUDITING AND ACCOUNTABILITY JOURNAL.
Since his 1989 appointment to Case Western Reserve University, Fogarty has regularly received high departmental ratings on student evaluations. His courses include Income Tax: Concepts, Skills, Planning; Legal Environment for Managers – MBA; and Accounting, Finance, and Engineering Economics. In 2013, he was appointed as the Thomas A. Dickerson Faculty Fellow. Fogarty has served as a visiting professor at the University of Sydney (Australia) and senior associate dean and department chair in accountancy at Case Western Reserve.
Fogarty is a frequent conference panelist, discussant and moderator at both American Accounting Association (AAA) Annual Meetings and Ohio Regional AAA meetings and is currently the vice president of the AAA Education Division. He has received numerous AAA Best Paper Awards. He holds three master’s degrees in business, economics, and sociology and earned his JD degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Fogarty received his PhD from Pennsylvania State University.
Prior to his appointment at Case Western Reserve, Fogarty worked as an attorney, accountant, insurance consultant, and economist. He and his wife live on a horse farm east of Cleveland.
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