The Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Montana prepares ethically aware decision makers with effective analytical and qualitative business knowledge to become professionals in their fields. The research and creative scholarship by this faculty includes studies into financial, cost, government, and nonprofit accounting; taxation; auditing; accounting information systems; and corporate finance, investments, markets, and banking.


Submissions from 2014


Taxing audit markets and reputation: An examination of the U.S. tax shelter controversy, John Incardona, Yezen Kannan, Ronald Premuroso, Julia L. Higgs, and Ivy Huang

Submissions from 2013


Offering a 'Menu' of Software and Case Study Options for the Group Project for Students Enrolled in the Introductory AIS Course: An Experimental Application Study, Ronald Premuroso and Tara Kirkham