PhD, University of Massachusetts
MBA (Taxation), University of Hartford
BS in Accounting, Rider University
Susan Wahab is a Professor of Accounting. Her work experience includes Ernst and Young, along with a local CPA firm and Aetna in Hartford, Connecticut. She is an alumnus of University of Hartford and has taught accounting at both the undergraduate and graduate level at University of Massachusetts- Boston and CCSU.
Her research focuses on investigating how earnings are manipulated by management in both the US and internationally.
"An Examination of Co-movements of India's Stock and Bond Markets" (with Bharat Kolluri and Mahmoud Wahab), Journal of Asian Economics, Vol. 41, 2015, pp. 39-56.
"How Analysts and Whisperers Use Fundamental Accounting Signals to Make Quarterly EPS Forecasts" (with Karen Teitel, and Bernard Morzuch), Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, Nov. 2015, pp. 1-22.
Comovement of U.S. and Asian Equity Markets: Evidence from Asymmetric and Time-Varying Coefficients (withBharat Kolluri, and Mahmoud Wahab), Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies, 2014.
Do Earnings Lie? A Case Demonstrating Legally-Permissible Manipulation of Corporate Net Income (withJames Bannister), Journal of Accounting and Finance, 2014.
"A Case Method Approach of Teaching How Cost-Volume-ProfitAnalysis is Connected to the Flexible Budgeting Process and Variance Analysis (with Carl Smith), Journal of Accounting and Finance, 2014.