Professor Gary Monroe is an internationally renowned researcher in auditing with an emphasis on audit judgment and the economics of auditing. His main research area of interest is auditing, but he also conducts research in banking and finance, financial accounting, business ethics and management accounting. With respect to research methods, Gary has published papers using archival, experimental, survey and qualitative research methods
Professor Phillip Stocken
Phillip C. Stocken is Jack Byrne Professor of Accounting at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, having served on its faculty since 2003, where he served as Associate Dean for the MBA Program. He previously served on the faculty of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and was a visiting scholar at Stanford University. He practiced public accountancy with Ernst and Young, and is a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants. He earned his BCom (Hons) and MCom degrees from the University of Witwatersrand and his Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University.
His research uses the models of economics, especially information economics, to study issues surrounding the credibility of management voluntary and mandatory disclosure, credit ratings, the influence of financial analyst behavior on investors, and the information properties of financial reports. He has published widely in peer-reviewed journals including The Accounting Review, American Economic Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting & Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, RAND Journal of Economics, and Review of Accounting Studies. He served as Editor of The Accounting Review and on the Editorial Board of Review of Accounting Studies. He has been a reviewer for leading journals in accounting, economics, and finance, and has served as a reviewer for the National Science Foundation. He was involved in the authorship of several responses to FASB and SEC proposals that were published in Accounting Horizons. He has presented research papers and discussed scholarship at over 140 conferences and university workshops around the world.
He has twenty-five years of teaching experience and has received a number of academic awards for excellence including the Tuck School Class of 2011 Award for Teaching Excellence and the Wharton School Graduate Division Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award (2002 and 2003).