Philip Lewis

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Interim Department Head of Accounting and Finance, Faculty Program Coordinator of the Master of Science in Accounting Program, and Professor of Accounting

734.487.6817

plewis4@emich.edu

Education

Ph.D. University of Cincinnati
M.S.A. Miami University
B.S. Indiana University

Professional Summary

Dr. Lewis joined the EMU faculty in June 2005 from Northern Kentucky University.

Courses Taught

ACC 240 Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC 296 The Accounting Cycle and Profession
ACC 340 Intermediate Accounting
ACC 499 3 Credit Independent Study
ACC 501 Accounting Principles
ACC 540 Corporate Financial Reporting
IB 210 Introduction to International Business

Research Interests & Projects

Culture and management control systems, financial reporting, international accounting

Selected Publications

Salter, S. D., Schulz, A. K. D., Lewis, P. A. , & Lopez V, J. C. (in press, 2008). Otra Empanada en la Parilla: Examining the Role of Culture and Information Sharing in Chile and Australia. Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting, 19 (1), 57-72.
 
Lewis, P.A. (2007, August). Shades of Gray: Culture and its Effect on Income Measurement Practices: An Empirical Test of Gray's Theory of Conservatism. Presented at AAA Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
 
Lewis, P.A. (2007, June). Shades of Gray: Culture and its Effect on Income Measurement Practices: An Empirical Test of Gray's Theory of Conservatism. Presented at Academy of International Business Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.
 
Lewis, P. A. & Salter, S. B. (in press, 2006). Europe and America - Together or Apart: An Empirical Test of Difference in Actual Reported Results. Advances in International Accounting.

 

Lewis, P. A. (2004). Aqui No Se Habla Agencia. An Examination of the Impact of Adverse Selection and Framing in Decision-Making: A US Mexico Comparison. Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting, 15 (2), 93-117.

Professional Affiliations

Certified Public Accountant