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Dr. Rich joined Marquette University in 2012 after three years at Loyola University Maryland. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame, and his doctoral degree from the University of Oregon. Prior to beginning his doctoral studies, he worked for Ernst & Young LLP in their Business Risk Services Group in Chicago, IL and Boston, MA.
His primary research interest involves accounting quality in the municipal sector, with particular attention to the influence of governance factors. Dr. Rich currently serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting, and has published articles in several academic and practitioner journals, including the Journal of Accounting and Economics, Accounting Horizons, the Journal of Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting, Advances in Accounting, Issues in Accounting Education, the Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting, and Financial Management, Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations, and the CPA Journal.
Accounting Quality, Municipal Accounting, Corporate Governance, Audit Committees
Lopez, D.M. and K.T. Rich. 2016. Geographic proximity and municipal internal control reporting. Forthcoming in Advances in Accounting.
Rich, K.T. and J.X. Zhang. 2015. Unfunded public pension liabilities and local citizen oversight. Accounting Horizons 29 (1): 23-39.
Rich, K.T. and J.X. Zhang. 2014. Does audit committee monitoring matter in the government sector? Evidence from municipal internal control quality. Journal of Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting 3: 58-80.
Baber, W.R., A.K. Gore, K.T. Rich, and Jean X. Zhang. 2013. Accounting restatements, governance, and municipal debt financing. Journal of Accounting and Economics 56 (2-3): 212-227.