Richard L. Ott
CBA Faculty Fellow
Department of Accounting
|Office:||2054 Business Building|
|Mailing Address:||2139 Business Building|
1301 Lovers Lane
Manhattan, KS 66506
Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Management and Higher Education
MS, Texas Tech University, 1982.
MBA, University of Houston at Clear Lake City, 1980.
Major: Business Administration
BA, University of St. Thomas, 1969.
Supporting Areas of Emphasis: English
Areas of Teaching
Areas of Research
Research in Progress
The Effect of Corporate Multinationalism on Shareholder's Wealth: Evidence from Geographic Segment Information, Relative Valuation Roles of International Intra-Company Transfers: A price and Earnings Approach, Systematic Risk and International Diversification: Does International Expansion Reduce a Firm's Risk?, The Relationship between Systematic Risk and International Diversification: An Empirical Inquiry, Do Accounting Standards Matter? Evidence from SFA No. 131, A Study of How Underperforming Firms Follow Industry Leaders When Adopting ERP Systems and the Economic Effect of Their Adoption Decisions.
MW 9:30 - 10:30 am; and by Appointment