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  Profile

Jacob C. Peng, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Accounting (Accounting and Taxation)
peng@rmu.edu
412-397-6385 phone (M)
412-397-2585 fax
Massey Hall 214


My Website


Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Accounting, Texas Tech University, 2005
  • Master of Science, Accountancy, University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign, 1998

Publications

  • Peng, J., & Ford, C. (2014) " Expense Report Abuse: Influence of Mood and Social Presence”, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, forthcoming.
  • Peng, J., & Ford, C. (2014) "Fraudulent Expense Reporting: Impact of Manager Responsiveness and Social Presence”, Journal of Applied Accounting Research, 15 (2): 158-174.
  • Peng, J. (2013). “Recommendations for Implementing Short-Term, Multi-Country Business Study Abroad – The Case of a Mid-Sized U.S. University”, Journal of International Business Education, 8(2013), 89-100.
  • Jory, R., Peng, J., & Ford, C. (2010). “The Wealth Effects of Investing in Information Technology: The Case of Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Compliance”, Review of Accounting and Finance, 9(3), 285-305
  • Peng, J. & Chang, J. (2010). “Applying XBRL in an Accounting Information System Design Using the REA Approach: An Instructional Case”, Accounting Perspectives, 9(1), 55-78.
  • Peng, J. & Miranda-Lopez, J. (2009). “National Culture and Trust on Satisfaction in Synchronous Collaborative Decisions”, Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 20(1), 98-108.
  • Peng, J. (2009). "Using an Online Homework System to Submit Accounting Homework: Role of Cognitive Need, Computer Efficacy and Perception", Journal of Education for Business, 84(5), 263-268 .
  • Peng, J., Viator, R., & Buchheit, S. (2007). “An Experimental Study of Multidimensional Hierarchical Accounting Data: Drill-Down Paths Can Influence Economic Decisions”, Journal of Information Systems, 21(2), 69-86. 
  • Chang, C. J., & Peng, J. (2007). “Accounting is not Business Language – A Recollection of REA- 25 Conference”, Accounting Research Monthly, 262 (September 2007), 32-35 (in Chinese). 

Schedule of Courses
Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Jacob


Spring 2015
Course-SectionTimeDaysLocInstructorSessionSeats
  • ACCT2030-F
  • 11:45-12:35 PMM W FMPeng1 (01/12-05/02/15)1 Seats
  • ACCT3060-B
  • 02:45-03:35 PMM W FMPeng1 (01/12-05/02/15)0 Seats
  • ACCT3060-A
  • 10:45-11:35 AMM W FMPeng1 (01/12-05/02/15)0 Seats

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