Yaw M. Mensah
Professor Mensah’s teaching and research interests are in managerial and financial accounting, particularly in the areas of the evaluation of efficiency and productivity measurement, the financial reporting of non-profit institutions, and the use of accounting information in the capital markets.
Ph.D., University of Illinois; Accounting
M.B.A., Columbia University; Accounting & Finance
B.Sc., University of Ghana
"An Analysis of the Effect of Culture and Religion on Perceived Corruption in a Global Context”
Journal of Business Ethics 121 (2 – May), 2014, pp. 255-282. (WES -5-yr- IF -2003 – 1.620)
“The Effect of Administrative Pay and Local Property Taxes on Student Achievement Scores: Evidence from New Jersey Public Schools”
Economics of Education Review (June, 2013), pp. 1-16 (WES – 5yr IF – 1.527)
Graduation Date: 2014/May
Thesis Title: The Impact of Municipal Governance on Cities' Audit Performance and Audit Report Timeliness and teh Subsequent Economic Changes
Graduation Date: 2011/October
Thesis Title: Two Essays in Financial Accounting
Graduation Date: 2004/May
Thesis Title: The Effect of the SEC's Regulation Fair Disclosure on Analyst Forecast Attributes and Related Market Reactions.
Graduation Date: 1993/October
Thesis Title: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Adoption of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 96, "Accounting for Income Taxes"
Graduation Date: 1993/May
Thesis Title: Credit Loss Treatment in FAS #105 and Risk Based Capital: An Empirical Analysis of its Information Content in a Bank's Credit Rating