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    featured session posted September 13, 2013 by AAA HQ 
    Mary E. Barth, Joan E. Horngren Professor of Accounting at Stanford University
    Global Engagement and Perspectives
    Wednesday Luncheon, August 7, 2013 ~ 12:00pm–1:45pm

    Mary E. Barth is the Joan E. Horngren Professor of Accounting at Stanford University, Graduate School of Business. Prior to joining Stanford, she was an Associate Professor at Harvard Business School and an audit partner in Arthur Andersen & Co. Mary’s research focuses on financial accounting and reporting issues, particularly topics of interest to accounting standard setters. Her research has received the AAA Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award, the AAA Competitive Manuscript Award and, twice each, the AAA/Deloitte Wildman Medal Award and the AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Best Paper Award. In addition, she has received the AAA International Section Outstanding International Accounting Educator Award. Mary has served the AAA as President-Elect, Vice President, and as the chair and a member of several committees. She currently is an Editor of Management Science and on the editorial boards of several journals, and was an Associate Editor of The Accounting Review.


    Mary was a member of the International Accounting Standards Board, and subsequently its Academic Advisor, the AICPA Accounting Standards Executive Committee, and the FASB Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council. She has served as Vice President of the International Association for Accounting Education and Research. She has been or is a visiting or honorary professor at several universities outside of the US. At Stanford, Mary has received the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award and PhD Faculty Distinguished Service Award, and was Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Mary holds a BA from Cornell University, MBA from Boston University, PhD from Stanford University, and DSc(HC) from Lancaster University.