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Jim Deitrick

Professor Emeritus

Department:     Accounting

Additional Titles:     Professor KPMG Peat Marwick Centennial Fellow in Accounting

Research Areas:     Accounting - Education, Financial Statement Analysis, Mergers and Acquisitions

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Jim Deitrick received his B.S. from Grove City College, his M.S. from
Kent State University, and his D.B.A. from the University of Tennessee.
His research and teaching interests include financial accounting,
accounting education, and financial statement analysis.



MPA Council Outstanding Professor Award, 1996, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2007-08, 2009-10



MBA Faculty Honor Roll, Spring 2001, Fall 2004



Texas Blazers Outstanding Professor and Scholar Award



Graduate Business Council Outstanding Professor Award, 1982



Jack G. Taylor Award for Teaching Excellence



National Faculty Award of Merit (Silvoso Award), Federation of Schools of Accounting



Jim W. Deitrick. 2010. The Global Expansion of IFRS and Fair Value Measures. Hitachi Research Institute Journal (Japan) 5(3), 34-41.


Jim W. Deitrick. 2010. What Analysts Should Know about FAS No. 141R and FAS No. 160. Financial Analysts Journal 66(3), 38-44.


Michael H. Granof and Jim W. Deitrick. 2009. Soup-Kitchen Accounting. New York Times Feb. 18, A27.


Jim W. Deitrick and Douglas Bogart. 2000. The Accounting Profession Responds to Improved New Hires and Other Market Challenges. New Accountant 15, 18-23.


Jim W. Deitrick. 1999. Three Suggestions for Professionalizing the Accounting Curriculum. New Accountant 15, 6-8.


Jim W. Deitrick and Douglas Bogart. 1998. Maximizing Your Early Employment Experiences. New Accountant 13, 247-270.


Abraham Charnes, William W. Cooper, Jim W. Deitrick, W.H. Moody, and H.C. Shin. 1990. Optimal Hiring Decisions for Entry-Level Auditors in a CPA Firm: A Computerized Model for the Improvement of Hiring Practices. Advances in Accounting 8, 247-280.


Jim W. Deitrick and Robert V. Egenolf. 1989. Perceptions of Academic Programs in Accounting: A Survey of Texas Partners and Recruiters. Today's CPA 15, 35-39.


C. Wayne Alderman, Jim W. Deitrick, Richard Tabor, and William Dilla. 1988. An Analysis of the Effects of Independent Audits on Selected Financial Variables. Journal of Business Research 17, 201-214.


Jim W. Deitrick and Richard H. Tabor. 1987. Improving the Writing Skills of Accounting Majors: One School's Approach. Advances in Accounting4, 97-110.


Jim W. Deitrick, C. Wayne Alderman, and David L. Sayers. 1985. A Profile of an Accounting Doctoral Program: A Study of Recent Graduates. Advances in Accounting 2, 69-87.


J. Richard Dietrich and Jim W. Deitrick. 1985. Bond Exchanges in the Airline Industry: An Analysis of Public Disclosures. The Accounting Review60, 109-126.


Jim W. Deitrick and W.T. Harrison. 1984. EMH, CMR and the Accounting Profession. The Journal of Accountancy 157, 82-94.


C. Wayne Alderman and Jim W. Deitrick. 1982. Auditors' Perceptions of Time Budget Pressures and Premature Sign-Offs: A Replication and Extension. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory 1, 54-68.


Edward Deakin and Jim W. Deitrick. 1982. Evaluation of RRA and Other Supplemental Disclosures by Financial Analysts. Journal of Extractive Industries Accounting 1, 63-70.


Jim W. Deitrick and C. Wayne Alderman. 1981. The Impact of the Internal Audit Function on Financial Statement Reliability. The Internal Auditor 38, 43-48.


Jim W. Deitrick and Jennifer L. Stamps. 1981. The Use of Accounting Information by Bank Lending Offices. The Journal of Commercial Bank Lending 64, 51-62.


Jim W. Deitrick. 1980. A Comment on College Recruiting and the 'Older' Student. The Woman CPA 42, 31-32.


Jim W. Deitrick and C. Wayne Alderman. 1980. Pension Plans: What Companies Do-And Do Not-Disclose. Management Accounting 61, 24-29.


Jim W. Deitrick and C. Wayne Alderman. 1979. Interim Reporting Developments: A Step Toward the Auditor of Record Concept. The Journal of Accounting and Finance 42, 316-328.