Carson College of Business Faculty Directory

Carson College Directory

Susan Gill

Assoc Prof & Chair, Accounting
Accounting

Contact

Phone: (509) 335-8541
Office: TODD 242

Education

  • PhD (Michigan State University)
  • Other (Central Michigan University)
  • BS (Central Michigan University)

Susan Gill

Dr. Gill is an associate professor and the Chair of the Department of Accounting. Her main area of instruction is financial accounting, which she teaches at both the undergraduate and masters' levels. She also serves as the Coordinator of the Master of Accounting Program and oversees the online undergraduate accounting major. Dr. Gill's research employs primarily archival research methods, examining market reactions to accounting information. She has also published manuscripts targeting accounting practitioners and educators. Among the journals in which she has published are the Journal of Accounting Research, Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting, the Journal of Taxation, and Advances in Taxation. She has also served as a reviewer for a variety of accounting journals. During her time at WSU, Dr. Gill has been involved in a number of organizations including the Association for Faculty Women, for which she is a past president. She has been recognized by the student groups Beta Alpha Psi and Mortarboard as Instructor of the Year and Distinguished Professor, respectively.

Journal Articles

  • Debra Sanders, Susan Gill Guidance on Inventory Methods for Medical and Recreational Marijuana Businesses Journal of Taxation, 2015
  • Hugh Pforsich, Susan Gill, Debra Sanders Probability perceptions and taxpayer decision-making behavior Advances in Taxation, 2010
  • Debra Sanders, Susan Gill, Jill Zuber Deductibility of bankruptcy costs and the origin of the claim Tax Advisor, 2009
  • J. Senteza, J. Njoroge, Susan Gill Earnings Management: Do Large Investors Care? Journal of Financial and Strategic Decisions, 2005
  • Susan Gill, R. Gore Using REIT Financial Statements to Enhance the Value of Monopoly as a Vehicle for Interactive Accounting Instruction Journal of the Academy Of Business Education, 2001
  • Susan Gill, L. Rees SFAS 106 and the Choice Between Immediate and Prospective Recognition Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting, 2000
  • Lynn Rees, Susan Gill, Richard Gore An investigation of asset write-downs and concurrent abnormal accruals Journal of Accounting Research, 1996