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Julia Camp

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:
Koffler Hall 206


Ph.D. - Business Administration - Accounting Concentration University of Kentucky

Area(s) of Expertise:

Financial Accounting; Federal Taxation

Awards and Honors:

Providence College School of Business Teaching Innovation Award -
College of Management Teaching Fellowship - University of Massachusetts - Boston
College of Management - Betty Diener Graduate Teaching Award - University of Massachusetts - Boston
Best Paper Award at Annual Meeting - American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences
College of Management Faculty Scholarship Award - University of Massachusetts - Boston

Selected Publications:

Jones, Anne., Camp, Julia. (2010). Using Debate to Enhance Critical Thinking in the Accounting Classroom: Two Examples of Debates on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Tax Policy Issues. Issues In Accounting Education, 25 (4), 655-675.

Kelley, Ann., Camp, Julia. (2010). Trading Losses and Electing Mark-to-Market Accounting in a Challenging Economy. Journal Of Financial Services Professionals, 64 (5), 81-85.

Goodrich, Peter., Camp, Julia., Kelly, Patrick. (2010). Management Accounting Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Today's Global Music Industry. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Eds. Golriz Lucina. 9 (12), 89-96.

Camp, Julia., Stephenson, Teresa., Wade, Stacy. (2009). Evidence of the Lack of Effectiveness of Low-Income Savings Incentives. Midwestern Business And Economic Review, Eds. James Owen. Spring 2008 edition, printed 2009 (41), p11-17.

Brennan Camp, Julia., Hulse, David., Vines, Cynthia. (2008). The Effect of the Form of Tax Incentives on Individuals' Savings Decisions. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 18 (1), 123-147.

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