Rod Smith

Rod Smith

Professor, Accountancy (ACCT)
Email: rod.smith@csulb.edu
Campus Phone: 562.985.5421
Office: COB-405 (Hours)

Currently, I am a Professor of Accountancy. I have published research in The Accounting Review, the Journal of Information Systems, and the Journal of Management Accounting Research, among other academic journals. I am a Certified Public Accountant (inact

Accounting Information Systems, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Enterprise Systems and Business Processes, Systems Dynamics and Systems Thinking

Use of financial and non-financial measures to assess organizational performance. Accounting information systems, enterprise systems, business processes, and business value. Design science. Systems dynamics and business process simulation.

  • PhD, University of California- Irvine, 2000
    Major/Concentration: Management (Accounting)
  • Master, American University, 1985
    Major/Concentration: Technology Management
  • Bachelor, University of Oregon, 1968
    Major/Concentration: Mathematics
    Academic
  • California State University, Long Beach (2010 - Present) Professor
  • Associate Professor (2006 - 2010) Associate Professor
  • University of Arkansas (2000 - 2006) Assistant Professor
  • University of California, Irvine, (1997 - 1999) Lecturer
  • University of Alaska (1981 - 1982) Adjunct Professor
  • "Determinants and consequences of chief information officer equity incentives", International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Jun-2018
  • "Business Value of Partner's IT Intensity: Value Co-Creation and Appropriation between Customers and Suppliers", Electronic Markets , Dec-2015
  • "Information Technology Investments and CEO Compensation", Journal of Information System Security, Jan-2014
  • "Business Value of Partner's IT Intensity: Value Co-Creation and Appropriation between Customers and Suppliers", The International Journal on Networked Business, Jan-2014
  • "The Valuation and Reliability Implications of FIN 46 for Synthetic Lease Liabilities", Journal of Accounting and Public Policy , Jan-2013
  • "The Long-Term Performance Consequences of Strategic Partnerships in High Tech Industries", Journal of Applied Business Research , Jan-2013
  • "An Examination of the Cost of Capital Implications of FASB Interpretation (FIN) 46", Journal of Accounting Education , Jan-2012
  • "A Meta-Analysis of the Effects of IT Investment on Firm Financial Performance", Journal of Information Systems , Jan-2011
  • "The Business Value of IT Research: A Synthesis and Framework of Archival Research", Journal of Information Systems , Jan-2011
  • "Returns to IT Excellence: Evidence from Financial Performance Around Information Technology Excellence", International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Jan-2011
  • "The Relevance of Information Technology Expenditures", Journal of Information Systems , Jan-2010
  • "Human Resource Outsourcing: Long Term Operating Performance Effects from the Provider's Perspective", Journal of Applied Business Research , Jan-2010
  • "Does XBRL Affect Firms' Stock Liquidity?", Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Conference , Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance Conference , Jun-2018
  • "Does XBRL Affect Firms’ Stock Liquidity?", European Accounting Association , Milan, Italy , Jun-2018
  • "Does XBRL Affect Firms’ Stock Liquidity?", Accounting IS Section Mid-Year Conference , Jan-2018
  • "AIS Integrated Case – Sy’s Fish", AIS Educators Conference , Golden CO , Jun-2016
  • "An Examination of Potential Benefits of XBRL Reporting: Does XBRL Affect Firms’ Long-Term Stock Liquidity", American Accounting Association , Jan-2016
  • "An Examination of Potential Benefits of XBRL Reporting: Does XBRL Affect Firms’ Long-Term Stock Liquidity", Accounting IS Section Mid-Year Conference , Jan-2016
  • "Accounting Information System, 2nd Edition" , McGraw-Hill/Irwin, Publishers , Jan-2017
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