Roy Schmardebeck (BS, MAcc BYU2009; PhD, Arkansas 2015) is an assistant professor of accountancy and the CBIZ MHM Faculty Scholar. Previously, Roy worked as an external auditor for Ernst & Young, LLP in Salt Lake City. Roy teaches Financial Accounting Theory & Practice II and his research interests consist of financial reporting and corporate governance topics. His research has been published in The Accounting Review and Contemporary Accounting Research. Roy and his wife, Brenna, enjoy spending their time with their four children.
Peterson, K., R. Schmardebeck, and T. J. Wilks. 2015. The Earnings Quality and Information Processing Effects of Accounting Consistency. The Accounting Review 90 (6): 2483-2514.
Black, E. L., T. E. Christensen, T. T. Joo, and R. Schmardebeck. 2016. The Relation Between Earnings Management and Non-GAAP Reporting. Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.