Dr. Bjornsen is an Assistant Professor of Accounting in the Spears School of Business at OSU. He joined OSU after earning his Doctorate in Accounting from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln in 2016. Prior to entering academia, he worked as an auditor for Deloitte and Touche, LLP, and continues to maintain his active CPA license (in Nebraska and Oklahoma). His research interests include the implications of financial reporting quality and corporate disclosure choices. Dr. Bjornsen currently teaches Intermediate Accounting at OSU, and previously taught intermediate and advanced financial accounting courses at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
EducationPh D, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Accounting, 2016
MBA, University of Nebraska - Kearney, Accounting, 2010
BS, University of Nebraska - Kearney, Accounting, 2008
Matthew M. Bjornsen, Chuong Do & Thomas Omer. "The Influence of Country-level Religiosity on Accounting Conservatism". Journal of International Accounting Research. (Forthcoming).
Matthew M. Bjornsen, Don Herrmann & Wayne B. Thomas. (2017). "Financial Statement Comparability and the LIFO Conformity Rule". Today's CPA. (Sept/Oct 2017), 40-44.