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Carolyn Galantine

Associate Professor
Accounting
Business Administration Division, Seaver College
CCB 357

Education

  • PhD, University of Southern California
  • MS, California State University, Fullerton
  • BA, California State University, Fullerton
  • "Impact of 150-Hour Educational Requirement: A Meta-Analytic Literature Review", Galantine, C.A., AAA Western Regional Meeting, Seattle, Washington, Responsibility, Reports from sponsored research. (May 2016).
  • "Integrating the Sarbanes Oxley Act into the Business Curriculum", Galantine, C. A., AAA Western Region Meeting, Coronado, CA, Responsibility, Presentations at academic conferences and seminars. (May 1, 2015).
  • Galantine, C.A. (2015). Why IRS Agents Line Dance: An Agency Theory Model. International Journal of Business, Accounting and Finance, 8(1), 86-102.
  • "Why IRS Agents Line Dance: An Agency Model", Galantine, C.A., 24th International Business Research Conference, Las Vegas, NV, Presentations at academic conferences and seminars. (December 12, 2013).
  • "Returns to Scale Pattern and Efficient Firm Size in the Public Accounting Industry: An Empirical Investigation" with H. Chang and A. Thevaranjan, Journal of Operational Research, Volume 60 (Fall) 2009 Click to view article, 2009
  • "A Financial Statement Analysis Project for Introductory Financial Accounting" with Marilyn Misch Global Perspectives on Accounting Education, Volume 6 (Winter) 2009 Click to view article, 2009
  • "Convergence to Equilibrium in Experimental Markets" with C. Swenson, International Journal of Business and Economics Perspectives, Volume 3 (Fall) 2008, 2008
  • Salesforce Compensation Plans Incorporating Multidimensional Sales Effort and Salesperson Efficiency with S. Erevelles, and I. Dutta Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, New York: Spring 2004. Vol. 24, pg. 101 Click to view article
  • Taxpayers, Examiners and the Government: A Three Party Principal-Agent Model, Doctoral Dissertation
  • Managing Country Risk in Global Marketing: The Triadic Model (2000) with S. Erevelles, A. Acikgoz, V. Horton and A. Marinova, Proceedings of the Association of Marketing Science, Association of Marketing Science
  • Applications of Chaos to Experimental Markets (1994) with C. Swenson, Proceedings of the 1994 Annual TIMS Conference, The Institute of Management Sciences, 1994
  • Certified Public Accountant, California
  • American Accounting Association
  • American Taxation Association
  • Doctoral Teaching Award, 1993
  • California Society of Certified Public Accountants Doctoral Grant, 1990-1994
  • University of Southern California Doctoral Fellowship, 1990-1994
  • Alexander Grant & Co. Award for Academic Excellence
  • Beta Gamma Sigma
  • Beta Alpha Psi
  • The James Comer Award for Best Contribution to Selling and Sales Management Theory/Methodology from Volume 24 (2004) of Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management

Topics

  • Asymmetric Information Problems
  • Chaos Theroy
  • Economics of Scale
  • Experimental Economics
  • Principal-Agent Modeling
  • Reporting and Employee Motivation
  • Taxpayer Compliance

Courses

  • Financial Accounting
  • Income Tax Accounting
  • Auditing