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PhD in Business Administration (Accounting) - Duke University - 2014
MAcc - Professional Stem, Pre-PhD Track - Brigham Young University - 2007
BS Accounting - Brigham Young University - 2007
Minor Economics - Brigham Young University - 2007
Financial Reporting, Management Incentives
Member - AAA (Financial Accounting and Reporting Section, International Accounting Section, Management Accounting Section)
Member - AICPA
Black, D. E. 2016. Other Comprehensive Income: A Review and Directions for Future Research. Accounting and Finance, Vol. 56, p. 9-45.
Black, D. E., S. S. Dikolli, S. D. Dyreng. 2014. CEO Pay-for-Complexity and the Risk of Managerial Diversion from Multinational Diversification. Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 31, p. 103-135.
Black, D. E. and S. S. Dikolli. 2013. A Discussion of "Divestitures of Equity by Executives and Future Equity Granting Patterns." Journal of Management Accounting Research, Vol. 25, p. 25-33.
Black, D. E., E. L. Black, T. E. Christensen, W.G. Heninger. 2012. Has the Regulation of Pro Forma Reporting in the U.S. Changed Investors' Perceptions of Pro Forma Earnings Disclosures? Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Vol. 39, Issue 7-8, p. 876-904.
Black, D. E., T. E. Christensen. 2009. U.S. Managers' Use of 'Pro Forma' Adjustments to Meet Strategic Earnings Targets. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Vol. 36, Issue 3-4, p. 297-326.
Black, D. E. Essays on Other Comprehensie Income. (Dissertation).
Black, D. E. CEO Risk-Taking Incentives and Relative Performance Evaluation. Working Paper.
Black, D. E., S. S. Dikolli, C. Hofmann. Peer Group Composition, Peer Performance Aggregation, and Detecting Relative Performance Evaluation. Working Paper.
Black, D. E. and J. D. Gallemore. Bank Executive Overconfidence and Delayed Expected Loss Recognition. Working Paper.
Black, D. E. and T. Neururer. Deposit Insurance and Bank Financial Reporting Transparency. Working Paper.
Black, D. E. and M. Vance. Do First Impressions Last? The Impact of Initial Assessments and Subsequent Performance on Promotion Decisions. Working Paper.
Dartmouth College - Financial Measurement, Analysis and Reporting (MBA Core) - Professor - Fall 2016
Dartmouth College - Financial Accounting (Tuck 001) - Professor - Winter 2016
Dartmouth College - Accounting (ENGM 179) - Professor - Winter 2016
Dartmouth College - Financial Accounting (Tuck 001) - Professor - Winter 2015
Duke University - Financial Accounting - Cross Continent MBA Program - Teaching Assistant - Fall 2011, 2012, 2013
Duke University - Financial Accounting - EMBA Program - Duke University/Nazarbayev University - Teaching Assistant - Summer 2013
Duke University - Financial Accounting Review - Daytime MBA Program - Duke University - Instructor - Fall 2012
Duke University - SAS/STATA Programming Course for Incoming Accounting Doctoral Students - Instructor - Fall 2011, 2012
Certified Public Accountant - State of Alabama
Audit Associate - KPMG LLP - Birmingham, AL - September 2007 to April 2009
Audit Intern - KPMG LLP - Mountain View, CA - June 2006 to August 2006
AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) Excellence in Reviewing Award
AAA Deloitte Doctoral Consortium Participant
AAA Representative to the 2013 AFAANZ Doctoral Symposium
AAA Southeast Regional Meeting, Best 3rd Year Doctoral Student Paper, “SFAS 123R and the CEO Contracting Use of Relative Performance Evaluation,” 2012
Deloitte Foundation Doctoral Fellow, 2012
Office of Research and Creative Activities (ORCA) Grant for Undergraduate Research, Brigham Young University, 2005 (Project Completed 2006)
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