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Terence Pitre  |  Interests  |  Scholarship  |  Service  

Education:

  • Ph.D. Accounting, Michigan State University, 2004
    Effects of Increased Reporting Frequency on Nonprofessional Investors' Earnings Predictions
  • MBA Finance & Accounting, Tulane University, 1994
  • BS Finance, U of Louisiana-Lafayette, 1992

Teaching Experience:

  • Associate Professor - St.Mary's-Ca. College (2014 - Present)
  • Associate Professor - U. of St. Thomas-St. Paul MN (2013 - 2014)
    Deloitte Faculty Fellow
  • Assistant Professor - U. of St. Thomas-St. Paul MN (2007 - 2013)
  • Assistant Professor - U of South Carolina (2005 - 2007)
  • Visiting Professor - Western Micigan University (2004 - 2005)

Awards:

  • 2012 ABO Best Paper of the Year - U of St. Thomas-St, Paul (2012)
  • Teaching Citation - Michigan State University (2003)
  • Doctoral Student Teaching Award - Michigan State University (2001)

Fellowship:

  • Deloitte Faculty Fellow - U of St. Thomas-St, Paul (2013)

Honor:

  • Commencement Speaker - Twin Cities Academy HS (2013)

Publications:

  • Pitre, Terence, Achilles, W and Blaskovich, J. 2013. The Relationship Between Compensation, Motivation, and Earnings Management, Journal of Applied Business Research , vol. 29, issue 2, pg.579-88
  • Pitre, Terence. 2012. Effects of Increased Reporting Frequency on Nonprofessional Investors' Earnings Predictions. Winner of 2012 ABO Best Paper of the Year. , Behavioral Research in Accounting, vol. 24, issue 1, pg.91-107
  • Pitre, Terence, Pinsker, R and Daigle, R. 2009. An Investigation of Nonprofessional Investors’ Qualitative Materiality Judgments Incorporating SEC listed vs. NonListed Events-, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, vol. 28, issue 5, pg.446-465
  • Pitre, Terence, Achilles, W and Blaskovich, J. 2008. Corporate Governance and Reporting Frequency: Hazards of More Frequent Reporting, Journal of Corporate Ownership and Control , vol. 6, issue 2
  • Pitre, Terence. 2007. Reporting Frequency and Sample Size: Effects on Prediction, Confidence Levels, and Confidence Intervals, The Journal of Behavioral Finance, vol. 8, issue 3, pg.154-60
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