Brian Hogan

Clinical Assistant Professor of Business Administration

 

Accounting
Office: 
220 Mervis Hall
Phone: 
412-624-1315
Curriculum Vitae: 

Degrees

  • PhD Business Administration, Case Western University

  • Master's, Accounting and Information Systems, Cleveland State University

  • B.A., History, Syracuse University

Courses Recently Taught

  • Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • Introduction to Managerial Accounting
  • Partnership and Entity Taxation

Profile

Brian Hogan joined the faculty of the Katz School in 2013. Previously, he taught from 2008-2013 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Brian also has over seven years of public accounting experience (1995-2002) with the Cleveland office of Deloitte where he specialized primarily in partnership taxation and high net worth individuals. Dr. Hogan’s research focuses on financial disclosure quality as well as corporate tax avoidance. For example, Dr. Hogan has a research stream which examines whether investors are misled by how non-GAAP earnings information is presented in corporate disclosures. He has presented his work at the American Accounting Association National and Regional Conferences and has published in the Journal of the American Taxation Association and Global Perspectives on Accounting Education. While at Northeastern University, he was nominated for an Excellence in Teaching award in 2008.  

Recent Publications

Hogan, Brian, Maroney, James, and Rupert, Timothy (2013). "The Relation Between Voice, Policy Outcomes, and Intensity of Support on the Acceptance of Tax Legislation," The Journal of the American Taxation Association, Spring 2013, 85-110.

Hogan, Brian, and Fogarty, Timothy (2013). "Do Academic Accountants Make it to the Top? Career Mobility at the Business School," Proceedings of the North American Accounting Society 2013 Annual Meeting, March 2013, 83-96.

Hogan, Brian, and Fogarty, Timothy (2013). "An Empirical Analysis of Faculty Recruiting by Non-Doctoral Programs in Accounting," Forthcoming – Global Perspectives on Accounting Education.

Hogan, Brian, and Fogarty, Timothy (2009). "Student Perceptions of Faculty Instructional Value-Added: A New Measure and Exploratory Empirical Evidence," Global Perspectives on Accounting Education, Volume 6, 2009, 53-76.

Recent Working Papers

Hogan, Brian, and Noga, Tracy, "The Association between Auditor Provided Tax Services and Long Term Corporate Tax Avoidance"

Hogan, Brian, and Jonas, Gregory, "Beyond the Restatement Decision: The Persistence of Executive Compensation in Explaining Disclosure Transparency Choice"

Hogan, Brian, Krishnamoorthy, Ganesh, and Maroney, James, "Does the Framing of Pro Forma to GAAP Reconciliations Affect Investment Decisions?"

Grant, Julia, and Hogan, Brian, "Institutional Investor Ownership Changes Surrounding Firm Restatement Disclosure Levels"

Awards and Honors

  • Northeastern University, Excellence in Teaching award Nominee
  • Case Western Reserve University, Endowment Sponsored Mentorship Program award
  • American Taxation Association Tax Doctoral Consortium Fellow
  • Member, Beta Gamma Sigma, National Honor Society

External Service and Assignments

  • Editorial Review Board, Research in Accounting Regulation
  •  Ad Hoc Reviewer – Journal of the American Taxation Association, Accounting Horizons, Advances in Accounting Education, Research in Accounting Regulation, and Journal of Accounting Education
  • CPA, State of Ohio, Inactive Status
  • Committee Member, American Taxation Association Pricewaterhouse/Coopers Doctoral Dissertation Award
  • Committee Member, American Taxation Association Tax Manuscript Committee

Personal Interests

In his spare time, Brian likes to travel with his wife Jill and also enjoys watching football, baseball, and basketball games. During tax season, he volunteers preparing tax returns. Brian also enjoys camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities.