Tammy Kowalczyk Ph.D.

Dr. Tammy Kowalczyk is an Associate Professor of Accounting at Appalachian State University. She teaches predominantly in the area of financial accounting and Sustainability Accounting. Her research interests have been predominantly in the area of judgment and decision-making in accounting environments, and in taxation, but current research is primarily focused on sustainability accounting. She enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and son, is an avid runner, and loves being a mom.

There are 3 included publications by Tammy Kowalczyk Ph.D.:

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Accounting for Carbon Dioxide Emissions: The Context and Stakeholders Matter 2013 185 The article discusses factors that influence accounting for carbon dioxide emissions. The process is said to involve determining the information that would be useful and the accountant's ability to make meaningful measurements. The World Resources In...
Carbon Accounting: Issues Of Scale 2015 47 Accounting for carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions to the atmosphere is being widely implemented at many spatial, temporal, and organizational scales—country or city, year or day, corporation or consumer—and we pose the question, “What are the useful scal...
“Green Fluff”? The Role Of Corporate Sustainability Initiatives In Effective Climate Policy 2015 34 Schendler and Trexler express concern that a small number of corporations cannot solve the global change problem, and neither can a small number of countries. We do not disagree, but meaningful progress does not need a fully comprehensive approach. F...