Deborah started her DPhil in Management Studies in 2013. She is a member of Lincoln College and has been awarded the Clarendon and Sloane Robinson Scholarships. Additionally, she was awarded the 2014 Margit F. and Hanns Martin Schoenfeld research grant from the Academy of Accounting Historians.
Prior to starting her research at Saïd Business School, Deborah earned a BA in Philosophy (summa cum laude), a BS in Accounting (summa cum laude), and a Master of Tax Accounting (summa cum laude). She is a CPA in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a member of the Academy of Accounting Historians and the American Accounting Association. Deborah worked in the private equity tax group at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in Boston, MA. She also worked as a research assistant for Dr Craig Smith in the area of developmental psychology at Harvard University.
While at Oxford, Deborah has served as the Treasurer of the Clarendon Council, Doctoral Representative, and the founding CFO of the Global Scholars Board. She has also conducted undergraduate admissions interviews for Hertford College and refereed for the AAA Regional Conference.
Tomo Suzuki and Deborah Anderson (2014) ‘Institutional Mechanism Design: Accounting for Sustainability for Emerging Economies - Potentials of “One Additional Line.”’ Policy Discussion Paper Presented to United Nations (UNEP, UNCTAD and Grp. Frids. Para 47) 58 pages.
Deborah Anderson and Tomo Suzuki (2014) ‘Financialisation of Global Markets: The role of private sector accounting standard setting.’ Law and Financial Markets Review.
Craig Smith, Deborah Anderson, Anna Straussburger (2013) ‘Say You're Sorry: Children Distinguish Between Willingly-Given and Coerced Expressions of Remorse’ (Under Review).
Deborah taught the undergraduate financial reporting classes and exam review sessions (90 students). She has also taught the financial reporting support classes for the MBA students (12-35 students). Additionally, she has led tutorials in accounting for undergraduate, MBA and EMBA students.
Prior to coming to Oxford, Deborah taught an undergraduate Corporate and Partnership Tax support class and was a teaching assistant for an undergraduate logic course.
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