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					                                 Dr. Andrea R. Drake
                 Charles L. Farrar Endowed Professor of Accounting

Louisiana Tech University
School of Accountancy
College of Business
P. O. Box 10318
Ruston, LA 71272
(318) 557-4378
adrake@latech.edu


EDUCATION

PhD     December, 1999, Michigan State University, Accounting
B.A.    June, 1989, Michigan State University, Economics

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor of Accounting, Louisiana Tech University, 2007 - present
Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Cincinnati, 1999-2007
Administrative Officer, Disaster Medical Assistance Team (Intermittent Federal
Employee – Dept. of Homeland Security), 2005 - present
Director, Policy Analysis Division; Institute for Public Policy and Social Research,
Michigan State University, 1991-1993
Economic Analyst; Michigan Department of Treasury, 1989-1991

PUBLICATIONS

“Does ABC Information Exacerbate Hold-up Problems in Buyer-Supplier
Negotiations?” 2008, with Sue Haka, Michigan State University. The Accounting
Review 83 (1): 29-60.

“New Product Development: How Cost Information Precision Affects Designer
Focus and Behavior in a Multiple Objective Setting,” 2007, with Donna Booker,
University of Cincinnati and Dan Heitger, Miami University. Behavioral Research
in Accounting Vol. 19: 19-42.

“Empowerment, Motivation, and Performance: Examining the Impact of
Feedback and Incentives on Non-management Employees,” 2007, with Stephan
Salter, University of Cincinnati and Jeff Wong, University of Reno, Behavioral
Research in Accounting Vol. 19: 71-90.

“Cost System and Incentive Structure Effects on Innovation, Efficiency and
Profitability in Teams”, 1999, with Sue Haka and Sue Ravenscroft, The
Accounting Review Vol. 74 (3): 323-345.


Revised 4/2008
“An ABC Simulation Focusing on Incentives and Innovation”, 2001, with Sue
Haka, and Sue Ravenscroft, Issues in Accounting Education Vol. 16 (3): 443-
471.

“Incentive Effects on Innovation, Interaction and Productivity in a Group
Environment”, 1998, with Sue Haka and Sue Ravenscroft, Advances in
Management Accounting Vol. 6: 93-112.

WORKING PAPERS AND CURRENT PROJECTS

“Effects of Alternative Cost Information and Compensation Systems on New
Product Cost Performance,” with Donna Booker, University of Cincinnati and
Axel K-D Schulz, University of Melbourne. Currently under revision for third
round review at the Journal of Management Accounting Research.

“Alternative Incentives and the Effects of Past Experience on Risky Project
Selection,” with James Kohlmeyer, East Carolina University. Currently under
review at Behavioral Research in Accounting.

“The Role of Accounting Information and Profitability in Risk-taking and Trust
Behavior,” with Sue Haka and Michelle Lau, Michigan State University and
Fabienne Miller, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Working Paper.

“The Influence of Power and Reputation on Negotiator Information Sharing and
Outcome Agreements” with Lou Orchard, Wichita State University, Catherine
Tinsley, Georgetown University and Maef Woods, University of Cincinnati.
Working Paper.

“Effects of Accounting Feedback and Incentives on Employee Learning and
Performance” with Jeff Wong, University of Reno. Development Stage.

“The Impact of Percentage of Ownership and Penalty Schemes on Manager
Propensity to Commit Fraud,” with Linda Matuszewski, Northern Illinois
University and Maef Woods, University of Cincinnati. Development Stage.

PRESENTATIONS

“Does ABC Information Exacerbate Hold-up Problems in Buyer-Supplier
Negotiations?” presented at the 2005 AAA Annual Meeting and the 2005 AAA
Ohio Region Midyear Meeting.

“The Effect of Cost Information and Incentives on Performance in New Product
Development”, presented at the 2004 AAA Management Accounting Section
Midyear Meeting and the 2003 University of Melbourne Research Workshop
Series.



Revised 4/2008
“The Effects of Cost Information and New Product Type on Designers’ Strategic
Focus and New Product Performance Measures”, presented at the 2003 AAA
Management Accounting Section Midyear Meeting and 2004 AAA Ohio Region
Midyear Meeting.

“The Impact of Financial and Non-financial Feedback and Incentives on
Employee Empowerment, Task Motivation and Performance”, presented at the
2003 AAA Accounting, Behavior and Organizations Conference, the 2003 AAA
Ohio Regional Meeting, the 2003 University of Cincinnati Research Colloquium
and the 2002 annual meeting of the Accounting Association of Australia and New
Zealand.

“Optimizing Across the Value Chain: External Competitive Threats and the Use
of Cost Information in Buyer-Supplier Negotiations”, presented at the 2001 AAA
Management Accounting Section Midyear Meeting, the 2001 Management
Accounting Research Conference in New South Wales, Australia and the 2001
University of Melbourne Research Workshop Series.

“Returns to Employee Empowerment through Innovation: Complementarities
between Cost Systems and Incentives”, presented at the Eighty Third Annual
Meeting of the American Accounting Association (1998) and the Fourth
International Management Control Conference in Reading, England (1998).

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Cost Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Honors Managerial Accounting
Management Accounting and Control I and II
Intermediate Financial Accounting I
Principles of Financial Accounting
Doctoral Seminar on Managerial and Behavioral Accounting Research

Dissertation Chair for Linda Matuszewski, University of Cincinnati
Dissertation Examiner for Monte Wynder, University of New South Wales

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Ad hoc reviewer for: The Accounting Review, Behavioral Research in
Accounting, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Journal of
Purchasing and Supply Management, The Australian Accounting Review and
Advances in International Accounting




Revised 4/2008
Conference reviewer for: AAA Annual Meeting, AAA Management Accounting
Section Midyear Meeting, AAA Accounting, Behavior and Organizations Section
Midyear Meeting, AAA Ohio Region Midyear Meeting
Andrews Best Manuscript Award Committee, Ohio Region, 2007
AAA Management Accounting Section Liaison for the Ohio Region, 2003-present
Management Accounting Section, Nomination Committee 2005
Treasurer, Ohio Region 2004-2005

HONORS AND AWARDS

2007: Charles L. Farrar Endowed Professorship, Louisiana Tech University
2005: Commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel
2005: Letter of Commendation from the State of Kentucky for outstanding public
service
2000: Winner, American Accounting Association/Institute of Management
Accountants Award for Outstanding Dissertation
2000: American Accounting Association, New Faculty Consortium Fellow
1998: Global Young Scholars Award, Michigan State University
1997: Doctoral Student Teaching Award, Dept. of Accounting, Michigan State
University
1996: American Accounting Association, Doctoral Consortium Fellow
1996: Doctoral Student Research Award, Dept. of Accounting, Michigan State
University




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