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Andrew C. Stuart

Adjunct Lecturer, Accountancy
PhD Student
MBA, University of New Hampshire, 2009
Bachelor of Arts, Gordon College, 2001

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Andrew Stuart graduated from Gordon College with a BA in accounting and from the University of New Hampshire with an MBA. He is also a licensed CPA in Massachusetts. Prior to entering Bentley’s doctoral program, Andrew spent twelve years in professional accounting and finance positions. He worked for over three years in the audit division of PricewaterhouseCoopers focusing on clients in the investment management industry. Andrew left public accounting to pursue opportunities within the higher education industry. First he was the Accounting Manager for the University System of New Hampshire followed by the role of Director of Budgeting and Financial Planning at Gordon College. In 2011, Andrew changed careers to become an Assistant Professor of Economics & Business at Gordon with teaching responsibilities concentrated in accounting courses. His research interests revolve around corporate governance, corporate social responsibility and integrated reporting.

Teaching Interests

Financial accounting

Research Interests

Corporate social responsibility, governance, sustainability reporting, integrated reporting

Conference Presentations

Brown, J. A., Clark, C., Buono, A. F., Stuart, A. (2015). "The UN Global Compact: Looking for a Balance Between Implicit and Explicit CSR." Presented at the Vincentian Business Ethics Conference, New York, NY.