Paul J. Miranti, Jr.
Professor Miranti’s interests include business and accounting history. Professor Miranti has published widely in academic journals and is the author of three books: Accountancy Comes of Age: The Development of American Profession, 1886-1940 (University of North Carolina Press), The Institute of Accounts: Nineteenth Century Origins of Accounting Professionalism in the United States (Routledge) and A History of Corporate Finance (Cambridge University Press.) The latter work has also been translated into Chinese, Italian and Japanese.
Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University
Name: Acikgoz, Betul
Graduation Date: 2015/May
Thesis Title: Railroad Accounting History and the Modigliani and Miller Theorem: 1891-1922
Name: Anakwe, Bridget
Graduation Date: 2003/October
Thesis Title: Analysis of Factors Associated with Tax/Consulting Service Litigation against Accounting Firms
Name: Tyska, Claudia
Graduation Date: 2000/ January
Thesis Title: Participatory Regulation