Associate Professor | Accounting and Information Systems
4104 Grainger Hall
(608) 265-5734

Biography

Daniel Wangerin joined the Wisconsin School of Business faculty in May 2018 as an Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems.

Prior to joining the faculty at UW-Madison, Dan was an Assistant Professor of Accounting and Information Systems at Michigan State University where he taught intermediate financial accounting and financial reporting for MBAs.

His research examines the use and production of accounting information with a focus on the due diligence process in M&A, financial reporting for business combinations, and corporate taxation.

He earned his BBA and MPA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and his PhD in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Research

Selected Accepted Journal Articles

Lynch, D. & Romney, M. & Stomberg, B. & Wangerin, D. (2018). Tradeoffs between tax and financial reporting benefits: Evidence from purchase price allocations in taxable acquisitions Contemporary Accounting Research

Wang, I. & Wang, X. & Wangerin, D. (2017). Consequences of Increased Compensation Disclosure Transparency: Evidence From CEO Pay in Acquiring Firms Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance

Selected Published Journal Articles

Laplante, S. & Skaife, H. & Swenson, L. & Wangerin, D. (2019). Limits of Tax Regulation: Evidence from the R&D Tax Credit Journal of Accounting and Public Policy

Allee, K. & Wangerin, D. (2018). Auditor Monitoring and Verification in Financial Contracts: Evidence from Earnouts and SFAS 141R Review of Accounting Studies

Jiang, J. & Wang, I. & Wangerin, D. (2018). How does the FASB make decisions? A descriptive study of agenda-setting and the role of individual board members Accounting, Organizations and Society

Koester, A. & Shevlin, T. & Wangerin, D. (2017). The Role of Managerial Ability in Corporate Tax Avoidance Management Science

Dickinson, V. & Wangerin, D. & Wild, J. (2016). Accounting Rules and Post-Acquisition Profitability in Business Combinations Accounting Horizons

Skaife, H. & Veenman, D. & Wangerin, D. (2013). Internal control over financial reporting and managerial rent extraction: Evidence from the profitability of insider trading Journal of Accounting and Economics

Skaife, H. & Wangerin, D. (2013). Target Financial Reporting Quality and M&A Deals that Go Bust Contemporary Accounting Research

Working Papers

King, Z. & Linsmeier, T. & Wangerin, D. (2019). Differences in the Value Relevance of Identifiable Intangible Assets Acquired in Business Combinations.

Presentations

University of Wisconsin - Madison Workshop (2019) Differences in the Value Relevance of Identifiable Intangible Assets Acquired in Business Combinations.

Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Analysis of Financial Reports (AIS 603), Spring 2007.
Analysis and interpretation of accounting statements with emphasis on structure, terminology, ratio analysis and preparation of interpretive reports.

Financial Reporting I (ACC 301), Spring 2008.
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users. Emphasizes asset and income determination, preparation and interpretation of financial statements, and related disclosure requirements.

Financial Reporting I (ACC 301), Fall 2008.
Accounting theory principles, concepts and procedures applied to balance sheet and income statement accounts; presentation and interpretation of financial reports, including problems of terminology; valuation and analysis.

Financial Reporting I (AIS 301), Summer 2008.
Examines current and emerging financial accounting theory and techniques used to measure and report financial information to investors, creditors, and other external users. Emphasizes asset and income determination, preparation and interpretation of financial statements, and related disclosure requirements.

Intro Financial Accounting (AIS 100), Spring 2009.
Fundamental principles; basic business terminology, techniques, practices; books and accounts, statements for retailing and wholesaling concerns; treatment and presentation of sole proprietorship, partnership and introductory corporation accounts.