Timothy Kelley, Ph.D.Professor of Accountancy
Office LocationOlin Hall 212
- Ph.D. University of Houston, Accounting and Organizational Behavior
- MBA California State University, Long Beach, Accounting and Organizational Behavior
- B.S. Loyola-Marymount University, Accounting
Areas of ExpertiseAccountancy
- The Case of ABC Tech and its Variable Interest Entities, Journal of Business Case Studies
- A Financial Analysis Case of Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble with Emphasis On The Impact of ROE Versus EPS, Journal of Business Case Studies
- The Preferred Stock Dilemma of Appllo Technology: The Impact of SFAS #150, Global Perspectives on Accounting Education
- "The folly of making EPS comparisons across companies: Do accounting textbooks send the correct message?", Journal of College Teaching & Learning.
- An Empirical Analysis of the Effects of Auditor Time Budget Pressure and Time Deadline Pressure, The Journal of Applied Business Research
Timothy P. Kelley, professor of Accounting, formerly worked in public accounting with the international CPA firm Arthur Andersen & Co. Kelley has been teaching at USD since 1983 and his primary teaching interests are financial and managerial accounting. Most of his research has focused on the impact of time pressures on the work environment of auditors working in public accounting. He has published articles in the following journals: Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Advances in Accounting, Accounting Horizons, The Journal of Applied Business Research, The CPA Journal, and National Public Accountant.