Gary M. Fleischman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor - Accounting
Education: Ph.D., Texas Tech University (1995)
Area of Expertise: Taxation, Oil and Gas Accounting
Office Hours: By Appointment
Room Number: W359
Gary joined the School of Accounting at Rawls in 2013. Previously he taught at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga for five years and at the University of Wyoming for 13 years. Gary has a M.S.A. from California State University Chico and a M.S.T. in Taxation from San Jose State University. He received his Ph.D. in Accounting from Texas Tech in 1995.
Gary is married to Donna and has four children, Breckin, Jorie, Lincoln and Callie. Gary enjoys hiking and jogging as well as hunting when time permits.
Gary's research interests are in business ethics (accounting, taxation, management and marketing) as well as other behavioral research topics in accounting and taxation. Gary also researches in oil & gas accounting. Gary has published over 80 articles in various academic and professional outlets. Of those articles, 12 are in A journals and one is an A+ journal.
Gary is currently working on assessing cost structures of unconventional shale companies using archival data from Bloomberg along with economics colleagues at the University of Wyoming.
Gary is also currently assessing ethics issues that pertain to budget-based goal setting that also involves distribution channel bullying. He is also assessing service quality issues in management accounting.
Awards and Honors
Gary has been fortunate to receive numerous teaching and research awards during his 20 year academic career. His most noteworthy award was when he was awarded an Ellbogen college-wide teaching award while at the University of Wyoming.