Dr. Amelia Annette Baldwin


Research Interests

Dr. Baldwin’s research interests include emerging and intelligent technologies in accounting and business, business analytics, academic and professional accounting labor markets, gender and minority issues, and teaching and learning in accounting.

Dr. Baldwin has authored or co-authored over 60 refereed articles in journals such as British Accounting Review, European Accounting Review, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, International Journal of Accounting information Systems, Issues in Accounting Education, Accounting Educators’ Journal, Advances in Accounting Education, OMEGA, and International Journal of Digital Accounting Research.


  • Ph.D. Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1991
  • M.Ac. Auburn University, 1987
  • B.S.B.A. Auburn University, 1986


  • Liu, Q., Baldwin, A. A., Chiu, V., & Muehlmann, B. (2021). Bringing data analytics knowledge and tools in accounting into classrooms:  A bibliometric approach. Issues in Accounting Education, 36 (4), 153- 181.

  • Chiu, V., Liu, Q., Muehlmann, B., & Baldwin, A. A. (2019). A Bibliometric Analysis of Accounting Information Systems Journals and Their Emerging Technologies Contributions. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 32, 24-43. 


  • Baldwin, A. A., Hayes, T., & Lightbody, M. (2018). The Initial Placement  of Minority Accounting Doctoral Graduates: A Historical Perspective. Federation of Business Disciplines Journal, 6. 


  • Trinkle, B. S., Scheiner, J., A. A. Baldwin, A. A., & Krull, G.. (2017). Gender and Other Determinants of CPA Exam Success: A Survival Analysis. Accounting Educators’ Journal, 26, 101-118.


  • Almer, E. D., Baldwin, A. A., Jones-Farmer, A., Lightbody, M., & Single, L. E.. (2016). Tenure-Track Opt-Outs: Leakages from the Academic Pipeline. Advances in Accounting Education, 19, 1-36.


  • Trinkle, B. S. & A. A. Baldwin, A. A.. (2016). Research Opportunities for Neural Networks: The case for credit. Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance, and Management, 23, 240-254.

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  • ACC 211 Accounting Principles I
  • ACC 410/510 Forensic Accounting & Litigation Services
  • ACC 541 Advanced Accounting Information Systems
  • ACC 452/552 Advanced Auditing & Analytics
  • ACC 572 Fraud Examination
  • ACC 580 Emerging Issues in Accounting
  • BUS 700 Fundamentals of Research