Mark Myring is Professor and Director of the School of Accounting at Florida International University. Prior to joining FIU, Mark was Alumni Distinguished Professor of Accounting at Ball State University and served in multiple administrative roles in the Miller College of Business at Ball State University including Interim Dean, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Strategic Initiatives, and Chair of the Paul W. Parkison Department of Accounting.
Mark served as faculty advisor of the Zeta Omega chapter of Beta Alpha Psi for 15 years. The Zeta Omega chpater has achieved Superior status for more than 20 consecutive years. Mark has served as Chapter Advocate for the Midwest region, and meeting chair for the 2020 Beta Alpha Psi annual meeting. He also has served as Co-President of the Midwest region of the American Accounting Association.
Mark's teaching and research interests are focused on financial and international accounting.
Myring’s research has been published in academic accounting journals and presented at academic conferences. His research focuses on the use of accounting information, analysts' forecasts, valuation, and the accounting standard setting process in both the US and emerging economies. His research also examines educational advancements and development of best practices. Myring has over 50 publications in academic, practice and education journals including The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Issues in Accounting Education, Strategic Finance and The CPA Journal.
Mark received a BSBA in accounting from John Carroll University, and an MBA and Ph.D. from Kent State University.
Mark Myring, Ph.D.
School of Accounting
Miami, FL 33199
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