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Matthew Glendening

Associate Professor and Andersen Alumni/Joseph A. Silvoso Distinguished Professor
333 Cornell Hall
11:00am-12:00pm Monday and Wednesday (Zoom)

Matt Glendening is an associate professor in the School of Accountancy. He has taught intermediate financial accounting, data analytics, and international accounting. His research focuses on financial reporting and corporate governance.


BBA in Accounting, University of Iowa, 2007; PhD in Accounting, University of Iowa, 2012


Messod D. Beneish; David B. Farber; Matthew Glendening; Kenneth W. Shaw. 2022 "Aggregate Financial Misreporting and the Predictability of U.S. Recessions and GDP Growth." The Accounting Review (2022).

Beck, M., M. Glendening, and C. Hogan. 2021. "Financial Statement Disaggregation, Materiality, and Auditor Effort". Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 41 (2): 27-55.

Albrecht, A., M. Glendening, K. Kim, and R. Pereira. 2020. "Auditor Going Concern Opinions and Bank Systemic Risk: Evidence from the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis". Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 39 (3): 1-28.

Gleason, C. A., and M. Glendening. 2019. "Lobbying and Opposition to SFAS No. 123(R): An Examination of Campaign Contributions from CEOs and PACs". Accounting Horizons 33 (1): 103-124.

Glendening, M., E. Mauldin, and K. Shaw. 2019. "Determinants and consequences of quantitative critical accounting estimate disclosures." The Accounting Review, 94 (5): 189-218