Best Management Accounting Reviewers - Midyear Meeting

Purpose: To recognize superior reviewers whose contribution is essential to making the management accounting midyear meeting a success.

Eligibility and Selection Procedure: All reviews provided on papers for the midyear meeting will be considered for the Award.


Prior Recipients

First Name Last Name Affiliation
Seung Kyo Ahn Washington State University
Charlotte Antoons Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Markus Arnold University of Bern
Alisa Sophie Bach WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management
Joe Burke Indiana University-Bloomington
Wei Cai Columbia University Business School
Pablo Casas-Arce Arizona State University-Tempe
Carolyn Deller University of Pennsylvania
Jeremy  Douthit The University of Arizona
Florian Elsinger RSM Erasmus University
Henry Eyring Duke University
Mackenzie Feinberg The University of Texas at Austin
Susanna Gallani Harvard University Business School
Daphne  Hart University of Illinois-Chicago
Wenqian  Hu University of Waterloo
Fabien Ize University of Bern
Nan Jiang Universitat Pompeu Fabra
McKay Jones University of Wisconsin-Madison
Cathy Jun Washington State University
Steven  Kaszak University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Khim  Kelly University of Central Florida
Lisa  LaViers Tulane University
Chaoying Li Central University of Finance & Economics
Yiwei Li Harvard University Business School
Murray Lindsay University of Lethbridge
Peina Liu Georgia Institute of Technology
Jiahui (Helen) Lu West Virginia University
Timothy Mallon Indiana University-Bloomington
Maximilian  Margolin RSM Erasmus University
Michal Matejka Arizona State University
Kelsey Matthews University of Waterloo
Joseph Moran University of Pennsylvania
Paige Patrick University of Illinois-Chicago
Michael  Paz Cornell University
Arthur Posch IMC Krems University of Applied Sciences
Hari Ramasubramanian Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Evelien  Reusen Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Rebecca Sabel Justus Liebig University
Jordan Samet University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Daniel Schaupp WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management
Tanja Schiffner Vienna University of Economics and Business
Bret Sheeley University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jee-Eun Shin University of Toronto-Rotman School of Management
Ryan Sommerfeldt Washington State University
Eilen Voermans Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Markus Wabnegg WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
Dwight  Waeye  Ghent University
Gary (Guanlin) Wang The University of Bristol
Pei Wang University of Waterloo
Wenxin Wang Harvard University
Martin Wiernsperger Vienna University of Economics and Business
Yuching  Wu Western University
Grazia Xiong Utah State University
Ke Xu Siena College
Li  Yang University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Huaxiang Yin Nanyang Technological University
Wenhao Zhu Virginia Commonwealth University

A Letter from Our Section President Khim Kelly, University of Central Florida

Dear Management Accounting Section (MAS) Members.

Welcome to the 2023/2024 year!

This year, we are excited to announce that we are looking for even more ways to connect with our members throughout the year. As part of this effort, we are pleased to invite you to join the MAS on LinkedIn (! Please use this platform to connect with the MAS community; to share teaching, research, and practice engagement resources; and to learn about our latest events.

The MAS started the new year with a great program put together by Todd Thornock and Curtis Hall (Co-Directors) at the 2023 AAA Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. Todd and Curtis organized 13 concurrent sessions and a panel session on “Teaching Management and Cost Accounting with Data Analytics”. We thank the authors who submitted 92 papers and the 130 volunteers who reviewed, discussed, and moderated for the Annual Meeting!

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Journal of Management Accounting Research

The mission of the Journal of Management Accounting Research (JMAR) is to advance the theory and practice of management accounting through publication of high-quality applied and theoretical research, using any well-executed research method. JMAR serves the global community of scholars and practitioners whose work impacts or is informed by the role that accounting information plays in decision-making and performance measurement within organizations. Settings may include profit and not-for profit organizations, service, retail and manufacturing organizations and domestic, foreign, and multinational firms. JMAR furthermore seeks to advance an understanding of management accounting in its broader context, such as issues related to the interface between internal and external reporting or taxation. New theories, topical areas, and research methods, as well as original research with novel implications to improve practice and disseminate the best managerial accounting practices are encouraged.

JMAR publishes 3 issues per year in Spring, Summer, and Fall, and is indexed in Scopus and ESCI.