Carl S. Smith
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Carl S. Smith

Prof Carl Smith

Teaches managerial accounting and cost management at the graduate and undergraduate level.

Education: B.S., M.B.A., Ph.D. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Research Interests: Ethics in Management Accounting, Technology Issues in Accounting, and Cost Systems


Courses: Course Title
AC 211 Managerial Accounting
AC 332 Cost Management
AC 748 Seminar in Managerial Accounting Control Systems
MBA 750 Performance Analysis

Associate Professor of Accounting
Phone: 860-768-4343, Room 406C
casmith@hartford.edu

Selected Scholarship Books and Articles:
"The CMA Exam: How Well Does It Align with Typical Undergraduate and Graduate Business Programs?", Management Accounting Quarterly, with L. Fuller, J. Hargadon, and R. Lawson, Fall, 2011.

"Going for GPK", Strategic Finance, April, 2005.

"The Tone at the Top and Ethical Conduct Connection",. Strategic Finance, with P. Mihalek and B. Lamberton, March, 2005.

"Accounting Education's Role in Corporate Malfeasance: It is Time for a New Curriculum", Strategic Finance, with K. Russell, December, 2004.

Recent Achievements and Honors: International Chair, Institute of Management Accountants, 2005-06

Professional Activities: International Chair, Institute of Management Accountants, 2005-06

Consultancies: Runs a sole proprietor CPA firm which involves preparation of tax returns, tax planning for closely held businesses, and business consulting.