Accounting Department Faculty
The Carlson School Department of Accounting offers a stimulating learning environment with outstanding synergies across paradigms. Students in accounting develop an understanding of accounting in its relationship to other disciplines such as economics, finance, psychology, and sociology. Some of the most respected scholars and researchers in accounting serve as faculty members in our department and for the program. Current faculty research covers such diverse areas as information economics, decision-making processes, market efficiency, and security valuation.
Michael Iselin joined the Carlson School of Management in 2014. His research primarily focuses on the impact of new accounting standards and regulations on firm's decisions. He also has work related to financial institutions, bank regulation, risk management and corporate governance.
Chandra Kanodia earned his PhD in industrial administration from Carnegie Mellon University where he also received his master's in accounting. He also holds an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management.
Paul Ma is an assistant professor of accounting at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. He earned a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University in 2013, where he was the recipient of the Carl M. and Carolyn C. Franklin Graduate Fellowship. Prior to attending Stanford he received his BA in economics from the University of Chicago, and won the D.
Joshua Madsen is an assistant professor of accounting and teaches intermediate accounting for undergraduate accounting and finance majors. His research focuses on the effect of financial disclosure on the dissemination of information. Professor Madsen received a Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in 2013.
Professor Zhang received her PhD of Accounting from Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota in 2007. Before joining Carlson as a tenured Associate Professor of Accounting in July 2018, she was a faculty member at Fisher College of Business, the Ohio State University.
Paul G. Gutterman brings more than 10 years of practical experience to his MBT classes. He began his career in the tax area of Dorsey and Whitney, the Upper Midwest's largest law firm. As senior manager in Ernst & Young's tax department, Gutterman focused on IRS representation. corporate, partnership, and exempt organization taxation.
Roger is a senior lecturer at the Carlson School of Management teaching:
US Taxation of Business Entities
US Taxation of Corporations
US Taxation of Mergers & Acquisitions
Judy Rayburn received her PhD in accounting from the University of Iowa. Prior to that, she had earned degrees in history and business administration from the same school. She is an expert in capital markets and her current area of research is in accounting accruals and equity security valuation.