Professor Carol Graham is an associate professor of accounting
within the USF School of Business and Professional Studies. She
holds a B.A., in Accounting and Finance from the University of
Strathclyde and a Ph.D. in Accounting and Finance from the
University of Strathclyde, Scotland.
Ph.D., Accounting & Finance, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K, 1995
- BA201 Principles of Accounting I
- BA202 Principles of Accounting II
- BA321: Intermediate Accounting II
"Analyzing Financial Analysts: What they Look for in Financial
Reports and How They Determine Earnings' Quality." The
Journal of Management Research, Volume 2, Number 2, August 2002.
With Mark Cannice and Todd Sayre.
"The Value-Relevance of Financial & Non-Financial Information
for Internet Companies." The Thunderbird International Business
Review, Vol. 44(1) 47-70, January-February 2002. With Mark Cannice
and Todd Sayre.
"The effect of Journal Quality on Accounting Faculty Remuneration:
Does University Research Emphasis Matter?" Journal of Business and
Behavioral Sciences, Volume 8, Number 1, Fall 2001. With Todd L.
Sayre and James R. Hasselback.