Associate Professor of Accountancy
Dr. Terry Baker joined the business school faculty in 1998 as an Assistant Professor after completing his PhD in accounting at the University of Kentucky.
Dr. Baker's teaching focus is in the area of Financial Accounting, including a graduate course in International Financial Reporting Standards. His research interests include the reporting of corporate executive compensation and the political influences on accounting standard-setting. He also teaches Introduction to Management Accounting each summer as a study abroad program in Europe.
- Ph D, University of Kentucky (Accountancy) - 1998
- MBA, University of Chicago (Finance) - 1988
- MA, University of Illinois (Accountancy) - 1978
- BA, Miami University (Economics) - 1976
- Political influences on accounting standard - setting and overall quality of financial reporting to investors
- Introductory and Intermediate Financial Accounting
- Global Issues in Financial Reporting
- Entrepreneurial Accounting and Finance
- Business Combinations
- International Accounting
Students' Use of Note Sheets on Accounting Exams.
Journal of Higher Eductation Theory and Practice.
(2018). The influence of CEO and CFO power on accruals and real earnings management.
Springer, | more information
(2009). Incentives and Opportunities to Manage Earnings around Option Grants .
Contemporary Acctng Research, 26 (3), 649-672. | more information
(2003). "Stock Option Compensation and Earnings Management Incentives".
Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance,
(2002). "When earnings management becomes fraud".
- Baker, T.
- 2007 - Calloway School Senior Teaching Award, Wake Forest University
- 2007 - T. B. Rose Teaching Innovation Award, Calloway School of Business and Accountancy, Wake Forest University
- 2005 - Graduate Student Teaching Award, WFU/Calloway
- 2004 - PWC Professorship, PricewaterhouseCoopers
- 2002 - Calloway School Faculty Scholarship Award, Wake Forest University