Assistant Professor, Managerial Accounting; Approved Doctoral Dissertation Supervisor
Office: 3161 Hagey Hall
Phone: 519-888-4567 x31088
My research applies theory from psychology and economics to understand how various incentive systems and control environments affect employee effort and performance.
- Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo (2018 - current)
- Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh (2013 - 2017)
- Staff Accountant, Deloitte and Touche (2005 - 2009)
Education and certifications
- Bachelor of Commerce (University of Alberta)
- Ph.D. (Waterloo)
- Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) (Alberta)
- Burt, I., T. Libby, and A. Presslee. Forthcoming. The impact of superior-subordinate identity and possible ex post adjustment on subordinate expectancy and performance. Journal of Management Accounting Research.
- Kelly, K., and A. Presslee. 2017. The interactive effect of winner proportion and tournament group identity on tournament performance. Accounting, Organisations and Society, 56: 21-34.
- Kelly, K., A. Presslee and A. Webb. 2017. The effects of tangible versus cash rewards in consecutive sales tournaments: A field experiment. The Accounting Review, 92(6): 165-186.
- Presslee, A., T. Vance and A. Webb. 2013. The effects of reward type on employee goal selection, goal commitment and performance. The Accounting Review, 88(5): 1805-1831.
- Boritz, J., F. Borthwick, and A. Presslee. 2012. The effect of business process representation type on assessment of business and control risks: Diagrams versus narratives. Issues in Accounting Education, 27(4): 895-915.
University of Waterloo