Faculty Profile for Dr. Robert W Rutledge

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Dr. Robert W Rutledge
Professor — Department of Accounting
MCOY 445
phone: (512) 245-3301

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • Rutledge, R. W., Karim, K. E., & Lu, S. (2016). The Effects of Board Independence and CEO Duality on Firm Performance: Evidence from the NASDAQ 100 Index with Controls for Endogeneity. Proceedings of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Accounting Association. Retrieved from www2.aaahq.org/AM/abstract.cfm?submissionID=1348
  • Rutledge, R. W., Karim, K. E., & Kim, T. (2016). The FASB’s and IASB’s New Revenue Recognition Standard: What will be the Effects on Earnings Quality, Deferred Taxes, Management Compensation, and on Industry-Specific Reporting? Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance, 27(6), 42–48.
  • Rutledge, R. W., Karim, K. E., & Lu, S. (2016). The Effects of Board Independence and CEO Duality on Firm Performance: Evidence from the NASDAQ 100 Index with Controls for Endogeneity. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 18(2), 49–71.
  • Rutledge, R. W., Karim, K. E., & Gong, J. (2015). Convergence of PRC GAAP with IFRS, and the Comparagive Value Relevance between the Two Sets of Reporting Standards: The Case of Dual-Listed Chinese Companies. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 15(4), 165–182.
  • Rutledge, R., Karim, K. E., & Gong, jia. (2014). Convergence of PRC GAAP with IRFS, and the Comparative Value Relevance between the Two Sets of Reporting Standards: The Case of Dual-Listed Chinese Companies. American Accounting Association. Retrieved from aaahq.org/AM2014/abstract.cfm?submissionID=1901

Selected Awards

  • Award / Honor Nominee: Observation, not Nominee: Of the current Department of Accounting regular faculty, GoogleScholar finds that I have the second most research citations in total, and for each of the last 7 years (50 to 80 research citations per year between 2014 and 2020). Also, more total research citations than all but one regular departmental faculty “combined.”. 2014 - 2021
  • Award / Honor Nominee: Named by students as "a person at Texas State University who made a contribution to their academic career", Retention Management and Planning. 2020
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Runner-up: CBA Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activites, Texas State University. 2007
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Runner-up: CBA Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activites, Texas State University. 2004
  • Award / Honor Recipient: Finalist: CBA Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activites, Texas State University. 2003

Selected Service Activities

Chair
Department of Accounting Personnel Committee
October 2019-Present
Faculty Mentor
Binod Guragai
August 2019-Present
Member
MBA Program Revision Task Force
2018-Present
Volunteer
Spring Showcases (Multiple)
2018-Present
Committee Member
ACC 3365 Textbook Committee
August 2018-Present