Prior to joining the University of Houston in the fall of 2001, Dr. Alciatore served on the faculty at Louisiana State University, Southern Methodist University in Dallas, and the London Business School in London, England. Dr. Alciatore has taught numerous executive education courses at universities and for various energy companies on such topics as financial statement analysis, financial reporting and disclosure, financial accounting, and oil and gas accounting. Her research activities center on financial markets, with a focus on accounting and financial reporting issues for the energy industry. She is on the editorial boards of the Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal and the Oil and Gas Tax Quarterly.
- financial markets, with a focus on accounting and financial reporting issues for the energy industry
- Alciatore, Easton and Spear "Accounting for the Impairment of Long-Lived Assets: Evidence from the Petroleum Industry", 2001, pp.151-172., Journal of Accounting and Economics
- Mimi Alciatore, Carol Dee, Peter Easton "Changes in Environmental Regulation and Reporting: The Case of the Petroleum Industry from 1989 to 1998", pp.295-304 Journal of Accounting and Public Policy [July/August 2004]
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