Martin T. Stuebs, Jr
Associate Professor of Accounting; R.E. and Marilyn Reamer Professorship
Martin Stuebs, Jr., PhD, CPA, CMA, CFM, CIA, is an associate professor in Accounting and holds the R.E. and Marilyn Reamer Professorship in Accounting. He has a PhD in Accounting from the University of Arkansas.
He has taught a number of accounting ethics and managerial accounting courses. His research interests include topics that span accounting ethics and professionalism. His work has been published in Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Accounting and the Public Interest, Journal of Information Systems, Strategic Finance, Issues in Accounting Education, Journal of Accounting Education and a number of other journals. This work includes several award-winning cases in accounting ethics and articles in accounting practice.
- 2005 – PhD, Accounting, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
- 1999 – MAcc, Finance Emphasis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
- 1997 – BBA, Accounting, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, Wisconsin
- ACC 5335 Business and Professional Ethics for Accountants (2018-current)
- ACC 4308 — Advanced Managerial Accounting (2017-2020)
- ACC 2304 — Managerial Accounting (2013-2017)
- ACC 2303 — Financial Accounting (2009-2012)
- ACC 4350 — Business and Professional Ethics for Accountants (2005-2012, 2021)
- Accounting Ethics and Professionalism
- Human Flourishing and Performance
- Whistleblowing, Corporate Governance, and Controls
- Stuebs, M., & Thornton, J. M. (2020). A Christian accounting ethic: God’s image and work transform our image and work. In The Routledge Handbook of Accounting Ethics (pp. 130-151). Routledge.
- Stuebs Jr, M. T., & Whiteaker-Poe, H. (2018). Making tax havens work: The necessity of tax professionalism. Accounting and the Public Interest, 18(1), 53-80.
- Brown, J. O., Marcum, J. A., & Stuebs Jr, M. T. (2017). Professional virtue reinforcements: A necessary complement to technological and policy reforms. Journal of Information Systems, 31(2), 5-23.
- Brown, J. O., Hays, J., & Stuebs Jr, M. T. (2016). Modeling accountant whistleblowing intentions: Applying the theory of planned behavior and the fraud triangle. Accounting and the Public Interest, 16(1), 28-56.
- MacGregor, J., & Stuebs, M. (2014). The silent Samaritan syndrome: Why the whistle remains unblown. Journal of business ethics, 120(2), 149-164.
- Stuebs, M., & Sun, L. (2010). Business reputation and labor efficiency, productivity, and cost. Journal of Business Ethics, 96(2), 265-283.
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