Steven E. Salterio

Stephen JR Smith Chair of Accounting and Auditng, Professor of Business, Queen's University, Ontario

Steve Salterio is currently Senior Editor of Behavioral Research in Accounting, a past Editor (in-Chief) and Editor of Contemporary Accounting Research, and an Editor-elect at The Accounting Review with numerous editorial board appointments and ad hoc Editorships. Steve’s research on the balanced scorecard, auditor-client management negotiations, and field research methods aided in establishing those accounting and auditing research areas. Steve received the Lifetime Notable Contribution to Behavioral Accounting Research Award (AAA Accounting, Behavior and Organizations Section), the Haim Falk Award for Distinguished Contribution to Accounting Thought (CAAA), the Notable Contribution to Audit Literature Award (AAA Audit Section) and the Smith Excellence in Research Award. Steve has supervised ten PhD dissertations, acted as external doctoral examiner, and received the AAA Audit’s Section Outstanding Dissertation Supervisor recognition. Steve has published extensively in The Accounting Review, Accounting Organizations and Society, Contemporary Accounting Research, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Behavioral Research in Accounting, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Accounting Research among other academic and practitioner outlets. Steve blogs about the state of accounting research (see Musings on Accounting Research - simply search “Steve Salterio blog”). Steve received the honorific “Fellow” title for contributions to the accounting profession, is a Canadian Chartered Professional Accountant (FCPA, FCA), and graduated with a PhD from the University of Michigan.

Experience

  • –present
    Stephen JR Smith Chair of Accounting and Auditng, Professor of Business, Queen's University, Ontario

Education

  • 1993 
    University of Michigan, PhD/accounting and cognitive psychology

Honours

Fellow of CPA Canada (formerly Institute of Chartered Accountants)