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Overlooked Authors: Financial Returns to Publications for Faculty at Non-Doctoral Granting Institutions

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Abstract: Studies of financial returns to publication typically focus on publications by faculty at top doctoral granting institutions for publishing in the top journals of the field. This study expands the field of inquiry to examine financial returns to academic accountants at master s and bachelor s granting institutions for publishing in a wide range of accounting and non-accounting journals. Using an individual-specific data set of full-time, tenure-track accountants, this study broadens the scope of inquiry by examining the impact of not only publications in top accounting journals, but also of publications in other ranked, practitioner and unranked accounting journals as well as journals in other business disciplines. The study examines overlooked authors -- those faculty members employed at master s and bachelor s granting institutions -- and examines their financial returns to publication compared to those faculty members employed at doctoral granting institutions. While results confirm the importance of publishing in the top five accounting journals at doctoral granting institutions, different wage equations emerge for faculty at master s and bachelor s granting institutions. Faculty members at master s granting institutions are rewarded for publication in both the top accounting and non-accounting journals as well as for publications in lower ranked accounting and practitioner journals. Faculty members employed by bachelor s granting institutions are primarily rewarded for publications in practitioner journals.

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