Matthew Wieland

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(317) 278-7437

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  • Assistant Professor of Accounting


  • Indianapolis


  • PhD, Indiana University, 2005
  • MBS, Indiana University, 2003
  • BS, University of Akron, 1997
  • Certified Public Accountant, Ohio

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, University of Georgia
  • State and Local Tax Consultant, Arthur Andersen, Cleveland, OH

Professional Interests

Financial Accounting, Market Analysis

Selected Publications

  • Wieland, M., M. Dawkins, and M. Dugan (2013), "The Differential Value Relevance of S&P’s Core Earnings Versus GAAP Earnings: The Role of Stock Option Expense," Journal of Business, Finance, & Accounting, 40(1-2): 55-81.
  • Wahlen, J., and M. Wieland (2011), "Can Financial Statement Analysis Beat Consensus Analysts’ Recommendations?" Review of Accounting Studies, March.
  • Wieland, M. (2011), "Identifying Consensus Analysts’ Earnings Forecasts that Correctly and Incorrectly Predict an Earnings Increase," Journal of Business, Finance, & Accounting, June/July.
  • Baginski, S., J. Hassell, and M. Wieland (2011), "Does Management Earnings Forecast Form Matter?" Advances in Accounting, incorporating Advances in International Accounting, July.
  • Nichols, D.C., J. Wahlen, and M. Wieland (2009), "Publicly-Traded versus Privately-Held: Implications for Conditional Conservatism in Bank Accounting," Review of Accounting Studies, March.

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