Dr Jesse Dillard

Teaching in 2020

Profile

Professor Jesse Dillard received a PhD in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina and a Master of Science Management and Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management from Clemson University. Professor Dillard has served on the faculties of Ohio State University, University of New Mexico (KPMG Professor), University of Central Florida (KPMG Professor), Portland State University (Retzlaff Chair in Accounting) and Queen's University Belfast.

He was the founding editor of Accounting and the Public Interest and serves as consulting editor for Contemporary Accounting Research and as an associate editor for Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Accounting Forum, and Sustainability, Accounting, Management and Policy Journal in addition to serving on numerous editorial boards.

Professor Dillard's published works include books, book chapters, and articles appear in leading management and accounting journals. His teaching and research interests include the ethical and public interest implications of administrative and information technologies particularly as they affect social and environmental sustainability and accountability. Professor Dillard is currently working with Professor Judy Brown on a Marsden Fund-supported project: Dialogic Accounting: the Challenge of Taking Multiple Perspectives Seriously.

Teaching in 2020