Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Accounting
Goizueta Business School
1300 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30322 USA
Gregory Waymire is the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Accounting at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. He has been a member of the Goizueta faculty since 1990. He previously served as President of the Financial Accounting and Reporting Section and Vice-President of Research for the American Accounting Association. Waymire will serve as President-Elect and President of the American Accounting Association in 2010-11 and 2011-12, respectively.
- King, R., G. Pownall, and G. Waymire, 1990. Expectations adjustment via timely management forecasts: Review, synthesis, and suggestions for future research. Journal of Accounting Literature 9: 113-144.
- Sivakumar, K. and G. Waymire, 1993. The information content of earnings in a discretionary reporting environment: Evidence from NYSE industrials, 1905-10. Journal of Accounting Research 31 (1): 62-91.
- Sivakumar, K., B. Porter, and G. Waymire, 1995. Disclosure policies and shareholder wealth in the early 20th century: The case of the American Sugar Refining Company. Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance 10 (1): 121-145.
- Ely, K. and G. Waymire, 1999. Accounting standard-setting organizations and earnings relevance: Longitudinal evidence from NYSE common stocks, 1927-93. Journal of Accounting Research 37 (2): 293-317.
- Ely, K. and G. Waymire, 1999. Intangible assets and stock prices in the pre-SEC era. Journal of Accounting Research 37 (Supplement): 17-44.
- Sivakumar, K. and G. Waymire, 2003. Enforceable accounting rules and income measurement by early 20th century railroads. Journal of Accounting Research 41 (2): 397-432.
- Barton, J. and G. Waymire, 2004. Investor protection under unregulated financial reporting. Journal of Accounting and Economics 38: 65-116.
- Basu, S. and G. Waymire, 2006. Recordkeeping and human evolution. Accounting Horizons 20 (3): 201-229. (Recipient of 2006 Best Paper Award for Accounting Horizons.)
- Waymire, G. and S. Basu, 2007. Accounting is an evolved economic institution. Foundations and Trends in Accounting 2 (1-2): 1-174.
- Waymire, G., 2009. Exchange guidance is the fundamental demand for accounting. The Accounting Review 84 (1): 53-62.
- Basu, S., J. Dickhaut, G. Hecht, K. Towry, and G. Waymire, 2009. Recordkeeping alters economic history by promoting reciprocity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 196 (4): 1009-1014. (Published online in PNAS Early Edition January 15, 2009).
- Basu, S., M. Kirk, and G. Waymire, 2009. Memory, transaction records, and The Wealth of Nations. Accounting, Organizations, and Society 34 (8): 895-917.
- Dickhaut, J., S. Basu, K. McCabe, and G. Waymire, in press 2010. NeuroAccounting: Consilience between the biologically-evolved brain and culturally-evolved accounting principles. Accounting Horizons.
Areas of Specialization
- The spontaneous emergence of accounting standards throgh knowledge sharing
- Accountability and language as mechanisms to produce trust in economic exchange
- Underpinnings of the FASB's conceptual framework
- The role of accounting in periods of economic crisis
- The emergence of U.S. information intermediaries in the pre-SEC Era
|1984||PhD||Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago|
|1980||MBA||Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago|
|1978||BSBA||School of Business, Indiana University|