Stephen Kuselias

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:

skuselia@providence.edu

401.865.2932

Ryan Center for Business Studies 353

Education:

Ph.D. - University of Massachusetts Amherst

Brief Biography:

A former manager at Ernst and Young, Professor Kuselias teaches both Introduction to Accounting classes (203 and 204). Additionally, he is a Certified Public Accountant (NH) and is experienced with business taxation. His research is focused on new technology and its relationship with social psychology.

Area(s) of Expertise:

Impact of new technology and social media on decision makers

Selected Publications:

Kuselias, S. Perreault, S. Shafer, M. (2021) The Financial and Tax Considerations of Social Security and Early Retirement. Journal of Wealth Management, The.

Kuselias, S. Lauck, J. Williams, S. (2021) Social Media Content and Social Comparisons: An Experimental Examination of their Effect on Audit Quality. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory.(40),

Kuselias, S. (2020) Follow the Crowd: How Social Information and Social Identity Influence Investing Decisions. Abacus.(56), 407-435.

Camp, J. Kuselias, S. (2018) Introducing U.S. Equity Crowdfunding: Potential Risks and Tax Implications. Tax Adviser, The.(49), 32-36.

Selected Presentations:

Kuselias, S. Earley, C. Perreault, S. Hawaiian Accounting Research Conference. , Honolulu, HI - "The Impact of Firm Affiliation on Accountants’ Error Reporting Decisions: An Experimental Investigation" January, 2022

Kuselias, S. Earley, C. Perreault, S. International Symposium of Audit Research. , Maastrict, Netherlands - "The Impact of Firm Identity on Accountants’ Error Reporting Decisions: An Experimental Investigation" June, 2018

Kuselias, S. Earley, C. Perreault, S. American Tax Association Midyear Meeting. , New Orleans, LA - "The Impact of Firm Identity on Accountants’ Error Reporting Decisions: An Experimental Investigation" February, 2018

Kuselias, S. Agoglia, C. Wang, E. International Symposium of Audit Research. , Sydney, Australia - "Can Distributed Teams Reduce Staff Reliance on a Supervisor's Client-Favorable Preferences?" June, 2017

Detailed CV