Wisconsin School of Business

Logan Steele

Assistant Professor - Accounting & Information Systems

Logan Steele joined the School of Business AIS Department in Fall 2014. Previously serving as a faculty member at the University of Connecticut, Steele taught classes in managerial accounting. His academic background includes a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Arizona and an MBA from Western Washington University. After obtaining his MBA, he pursued a career in public accounting. Steele’s research interest focuses on the relationship between firms’ underlying operations and their financial reporting outcomes.
 

Selected Accepted Journal Articles


Steele, L. & Bens, D. & Monahan, S. (2016). The Effect of Aggregation of Accounting Information via Segment Reporting on Accounting Conservatism. European Accounting Review
Steele, L. & Dhaliwal, D. & Lee, H. & Pincus, M. (2016). Taxable Income and Firm Risk. Journal of the American Taxation Association

Selected Published Journal Articles


Steele, L. & Campbell, J. & Chen, H. & Dhaliwal, D. & Lu, H. (2014). The Information Content of Mandatory Risk Factor Disclosures in Corporate Filings. Review of Accounting Studies (19), 396-455.

Selected Submitted Journal Articles


Steele, L. & Lee, H. (2015). Debt Structure and Conditional Conservatism. The Journal of Financial Reporting

Presentations


Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting ( 2011 ) The Information Content of Mandatory Risk Factor Disclosures in Corporate Filings

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Workshops ( 2010 )
AAA Annual Meeting ( 2009 ) Intra-Firm Income Offsetting and Accounting Conservatism

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Undergraduate Courses


Cost and Managerial Accounting (ACCT 310), Summer 2010.

Intermediate Accounting 1 (ACCT 301 Section 1), Spring 2015.

Intermediate Accounting 1 (ACCT 301 Section 2), Spring 2015.

Intermediate Accounting 1 (ACCT 301 Section 3), Spring 2015.

Introduction to Financial Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Arizona, Accounting Lab Instructor
(ACCT 200), Fall 2007.

Introduction to Financial Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Arizona, Accounting Lab Instructor
(ACCT 200), Spring 2008.

Introduction to Financial Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Arizona, Accounting Lab Instructor
(ACCT 200), Spring 2007.

Introduction to Financial Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Arizona, Accounting Instructor
(ACCT 200), Fall 2008.



Graduate Courses


Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 1), Spring 2012.

Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 1), Spring 2014.

Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 2), Spring 2012.

Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 3), Spring 2012.

Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 2), Spring 2013.

Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 3), Spring 2013.

Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 2), Spring 2014.

Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 3), Spring 2014.

Cost Accounting
Course DescriptionUniversity of Connecticut
(ACCT 3221 Section 1), Spring 2013.



Professional Organizations


AAA, Financial Accounting & Reporting Section

AAA, Annual Meeting


Photograph of Logan Steele

Logan Steele

 
Assistant Professor | Accounting & Information Systems
(608) 262-1943
4104 Grainger Hall