Associate Professor of Accounting
Accounting & Taxation Department
Phone: 860-768-5810, Room A409B
Professor Lamberton is an Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting and Taxation. She received her undergraduate degree from Nazareth College, Masters from Rochester Institute of Technology and Doctorate from the Michigan State University. She has published articles in a variety of accounting journals including Journal of Information Systems, Strategic Finance, CPA Journal and Issues in Accounting Education.
Selected Scholarship Books and Articles:
Gantt, K., Lamberton, B., Generas, G. Accounting Scandals and State Accountancy Boards: Red versus Blue State Reactions. CPA Journal.
Lamberton, B., Fedorowicz, J., Roohani, S. "Tolerance for ambiguity and interest in IT competency among accountants."Journal of Information Systems..
Lamberton, B., Mihalek, P., Smith, C.The Tone at the Top and Ethical Conduct Connection. Stretegic Finance.
Lamberton, B., Roohani, S. "The Benefits and Challenges of Teaching Accounting in a Paperless Classroom" New Review of Expert Systems and Emergiing Technologies.
Hosseini, A., Foldger, B., Lamberton, B. "A Survey of Financial Managers' Perceptions of Activity-Based Costing." International Review of Accounting.
Haka, S., Lamberton, B., Sollenberger, H. "International Subsidiary Performance Evaluation: The Case of the Ameripill Company.". Issues in Accounting Education..
Cohen, E., Lamberton, B., Roohani, S."The Implications of Economic Theory for Data Level Assurances: Research Opportunities, In Research Monograph. Trust & Data Assurances: The Role of Technology Solutions, PriceWaterhouse Coopers.
Recent Achievements and Honors:
2007 Barney School Teaching Excellence Award
Professional Activities: Vice President, AIS-SIG, AAA.