- Judgment and decision-making quality
- Regulatory governance
- Burgeoning professionals, markets, and technologies
- PhD, Accounting, University of Alabama
- MS, Accountancy, New Mexico State University
- BA, Psychology, Purdue University
Heather Carrasco is an assistant professor in the School of Accounting at the Rawls College of Business. Her research examines judgment and decision-making quality, with a focus on regulatory pressure and burgeoning professionals, markets and technologies. She has recent publications in Contemporary Accounting Research, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal and PLoS ONE. Carrasco joined the faculty at Texas Tech University after earning her PhD from the University of Alabama. Majoring in psychology and political science, she received a BA from Purdue University and her Master of Accountancy from New Mexico State University. Additionally, she is a CPA (inactive) in the state of New Mexico.