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  1. Thread: I got a job

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    Re: I got a job

    Congrats! Welcome to the other side.
  2. Re: PhD in Accounting Profile Evaluation. Over 40

    For an older applicant, it is even more important to effectively signal to admissions committees why you want to pursue a PhD.

    Fair or not, I think older applicants always have a bit of an uphill...
  3. Re: Top-3 Finance publications and applications

    I'd say that's a very unrealistic expectation. RAs are not co-authors. In fact, if I received an application from a perspective PhD student who was listed as a co-author on a high quality...
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    Re: Flyouts to visit places for free?

    I would strongly advise against accepting a flyout invitation just to "visit" somewhere for free. If the school is not a school you can realistically see yourself attending, then you should no apply.
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    Re: PhD : Managerial accounting or strategy?

    Given you can research similar questions in either area, then in my opinion it really comes down to teaching. Would you rather teach strategy or managerial accounting?
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    Re: Accounting: archival vs experimental

    In my opinion, if you get a PhD from a strong experimental program, you'll place just fine. So get a PhD focusing on experimental methods from Cornell, Illinois, Texas, Indiana, Pittsburgh, Emory,...
  7. Re: What is a good funding offer for PhD in Business schools?

    I made it through on $19,700....all those sound like great offers to me.
  8. Re: Prioritizing List of Schools for Accounting PhD

    First of all, those are all good to very good programs. Depending on the exact topics within financial archival one wanted to research would determine, to some degree, which school would be the best...
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    Re: Profile Evaluation: PhD in Accounting

    If you're considering audit or tax research, I would strongly recommend work experience.

    It is not as necessary for financial or managerial.

    If applying straight from undergrad, I would say...
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    Re: PhD Accounting Fall 2019 Evaluation

    A few things. First, behavioral tax is probably an area that I would not pursue unless you are truly set on it. I say that because tax is already a small field, behavioral tax (within accounting) is...
  11. Re: PhD in Accounting - How proactive should you be in outreaching to schools

    I remember getting something like this from the University of Alabama when I was applying to doctoral programs. I think they buy contact information from the GMAC based on filters on GMAT score, etc....
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    Re: PhD Accounting with a 690 GMAT

    Preeti was a PCAOB fellow, so she had access to data that most researchers cannot get their hands on.
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    Re: PhD Accounting with a 690 GMAT

    If you are interested in studying the dynamic between the client's management and the auditor, you may want to consider behavioral audit research. I say this because while in theory, the type of...
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    Re: PhD in Accounting - concentration in Tax?

    1. You should be aiming for a GMAT of 700+. Many schools use 700 as a "magic" cut-off for whether applications will be looked at further. Having said that, there are many schools that accept students...
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    Re: PhD in Accounting - concentration in Tax?

    Always good to see another tax person!

    Places I would consider as a tax applicant, in no particular order. I made a pretty broad list because target schools will largely depend on what sort of...
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