Eco policy lesson: Think things all the way through

While property-assessed clean energy programs make green home improvements more accessible, they also make obtaining home loans more challenging says an ASU accountancy expert.

Bigger problems for ADM lurk within small accounting error fix

An ASU accounting expert discusses Archer-Daniels-Midland Co.'s decision to correct its accounting errors with a "Little R" revision.

Identifying and resolving material misstatements in financial statements

An ASU accountancy expert discusses how audits benefit the economy.

We've missed earnings forecasts LOL

An ASU accountancy expert's paper investigates how humor affects earnings calls.

Law students help shed light on audit litigation

An ASU professor found an accessible and affordable way to research audit litigation and disputes.

What's in a tweet? The power of Twitter to predict bond market performance

An award-winning research team expands their analysis of Twitter from stock returns to the corporate bond market.

Strength in numbers

Business quickly became personal for Bethany Lares (BS Accountancy '20, MACC '22), who lost her mom and found a support system at W. P. Carey.

How trademarks reveal the hidden innovation of companies

A new study shows trademarks can be a better measure of innovation than patents for certain industries.

Understanding artificial intelligence spending by the U.S. federal government

Researchers, including an ASU accountancy professor, explore federal financial transactions and exchanges to understand the government market for AI work, the hardware, software, and services being purchased, as well as legislators who allocate the money, program managers who spend the money, and

What a foreign accent says about a CEO to investors

CEOs with foreign accents get more respect from investors. That's the finding of research by Leonardo Barcellos, an assistant professor of accounting.