Joanna Golden, Ph.D.
Dr. Joanna Golden is an associate professor at the Crews School of Accountancy (CSOA). She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting from Macquarie University, a Master of Science degree in Accounting from Michigan State University, and a Ph.D. in Accounting from Florida Atlantic University.
Dr. Golden's research examines the impact of management behaviors on corporate and accounting decisions. Her research has been published in academic journals, such as the Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, and Management Accounting Research.
Prior to her academic career, Dr. Golden gained professional experience working as an external auditor at KPMG in Detroit, MI, and as an internal auditor at TriMas Corporation in Bloomfield Hills, MI. Her teaching interests primarily revolve around auditing and financial accounting.
Dr. Golden has taught both the undergraduate and graduate courses in the Crews School of Accountancy at the University of Memphis, including:
- ACCT 2010: Principles of Accounting I
- ACCT 4030: Systems Assurance/Advisory I
- ACCT 4240: Audit/Assurance Services
- ACCT 7242: Advanced Auditing
George Johnson Teaching Fellowship, FCBE, University of Memphis, 2022-2024
1st Place (Tie) | Bhandari, A., & Golden, J. (2021). CEO political preference and credit ratings. Journal of Corporate Finance, 68, 101909.
Bhandari, Avishek; Golden, Joanna. (2021). CEO political preference and credit ratings. Journal of Corporate Finance, 68, 101909.
Bhandari, Avishek; Golden, Joanna; Thevenot, Maya. (2020). CEO political ideologies and auditor-client contracting. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 39, 106755.
Golden, Joanna; Mashruwala, Raj; Pevzner, Mikhail. (2020). Labor adjustment costs and asymmetric cost behavior: An extension. Management Accounting Research, 46, 100647.
Golden, Joanna; Kohlbeck, Mark. (2019). The unintended effect of FAS 123R on stock repurchase activity and the stock-option incentive to substitute stock repurchases for dividends. Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, 34, 411-433.