A Rogers State University business professor’s work is being featured in an upcoming issue of a national accounting journal.
Dr. Todd Jackson, an Associate Professor of Business at RSU, will have a paper published in a summer issue of the Journal of Accounting and Finance, a national peer-reviewed scholarly journal.
His paper, titled “The Auditor’s Sampling Decision in the Presence of Redundant Internal Controls,” originally was presented in March 2015 at the Federation of Business Disciplines Conference held in Houston, Texas.
Jackson began working at RSU in August 2013. Prior to his arrival at RSU, he was a tenured faculty member at Northeastern State University and spent seven years as the chief financial officer of a nonprofit organization in Florida. Jackson’s academic interests include financial reporting and analysis, management reporting and analysis, and accounting systems. He holds a bachelor of science in accounting, a master of accountancy, and a doctorate in business administration, as well as several professional financial certifications.
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