University of Southern California

James Manegold
Associate Professor of Accounting

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

PhD, Stanford University; MBA, University of Washington; BS, Northwestern University


James Manegold's research interests focus on financial reporting and how the capital market, investors, and creditors react to and make use of accounting information. He has published articles in Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accountancy, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Harvard Business Review, and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. He is a former associate editor of Accounting Horizons. Professor Manegold is a recipient of the Golden Apple Award and received the USC Academic Senate Distinguished Faculty Service Award. He served as Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at the Leventhal School from 2001 through 2011.


The Security Market Impact of a Tax Law Change: Possessions Corporation Revisions 1988
Accounting for Deferred Income Taxes: Preparers' Responses to Policy Proposals 1987
Small-Company Initial Public Offerings: The Impact of SEC Registration Form S-18 1986
SEC Form S-18: A Boom to Small Business 1986
Changes in SEC Registration Disclosures: The Impact on Small-Firm Initial Public Offerings 1986
An Easier Way to Go Public 1986
Applications of Time-Series Analysis in Accounting: A Review 1983
The Effect of the Information Environment on the Relationship Between Financial Disclosure and Security Price Variability 1983
Time-Series Properties of Earnings: A Comparison of Extrapolative and Component-Based Models 1981
The Association Between Market Determined and Accounting Determined Risk Measures: Some Further Evidence 1975