Stephen Fuller, PhD
Assistant Professor, Accounting & Business LawSend a Message
Professor Fuller entered academia after a lengthy career in corporate accounting and finance. He began his career as an auditor for an international public accounting firm before moving on to industry and working for several public companies. He spent over 10 years with AT&T/BellSouth in a variety of accounting and operational management roles. Professor Fuller teaches primarily financial accounting at both the graduate and undergraduate level and enjoys bringing his corporate experience into the classroom to enrich the student experience. His primary research interests relate to the effect of accounting and auditing standards on auditor and manager judgment and decision making as well as the use of emerging technology in the field of accounting.
Recent Intellectual Contributions
Fuller, S., J. Joe and B. Luippold. The effect of auditor reporting choice and audit committee oversight strength on management financial disclosure decisions. 2021. The Accounting Review (in press).
Fuller, S. and A. Markelevich. Should Accountants Care about Blockchain? 2020. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Vol. 31(2): pp. 34-46.
Doxey, M., S. Fuller, M. Geiger, W. Gist, K. Hackenbrack, D. Janvrin, M. Pitman and P. Roush. 2017. Comments by the Auditing Standards Committee of the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association on PCAOB Release No. 2016-003, Proposed Auditing Standard -- The Auditor’s Report on an Audit of Financial Statements When the Auditor Expresses an Unqualified Opinion and Related Amendments to PCAOB Standards. Current Issues in Auditing. Vol. 11(1): pp. C26-C40.