Specialties: Cost Accounting, Performance Measurement, Management Control Systems, Corporate Governance, Incentive Compensation
Ph.D, Indiana University, Bloomington
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Sage 1459, (920) 424-3472
Dr. Stuart earned his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University and Master’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He worked as an engineer, production planner, and manufacturing manager in the paper and pharmaceutical industries for several years before attending Indiana University to earn his Ph.D. in accounting.
Dr. Stuart held faculty positions at the University of Florida and the University of South Florida before joining the UW Oshkosh faculty in 2009. He teaches cost and managerial accounting at the undergraduate and graduate levels and is fascinated by the intersection of information and behavior.
Dr. Stuart’s research interests include
- Managerial compensation and incentives
- Managerial accounting and economics, including topics such as performance measurement and the adoption and success of management control systems
- Managerial judgment and decision analysis
Jansen, I.Ph., Sanning, L.W., Stuart, N.V. 2013. On the relation between the relative size of acquisitions and the wealth of acquiring firms. Applied Economics Letters 20:6, 534-539. Download PDF.
Dzuranin, A.C., Stuart, N.V. 2012. The effect of tangible and intangible noncash rewards on satisfaction and performance in a production setting. Forthcoming in Management Accounting Quarterly. Download PDF.
Jansen, I.Ph., Sanning, L.W., Stuart, N.V. 2012. Do hubris and the information environment explain the effect of acquirers' size on their gains from acquisitions? Forthcoming in the Journal of Economics and Finance. Download PDF.
Campbell, T., Fisher, J.G., Stuart, N.V. 2012. Integrating sustainability with corporate strategy. A maturity model for the finance function. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 23:5, 61-68. Download PDF.
Dowell, G.D., Shackell-Dowell, M.B., Stuart, N.V. 2011. Boards, CEOs, and surviving a financial crisis: Evidence from the Internet shakeout. Strategic Management Journal 32:10, 1025-1045. Download PDF.
American Accounting Association
Institute of Management Accountants