Jana Raedy is associate professor of accounting, Ernst & Young Scholar in Accounting and associate dean for the Master of Accounting (MAC) Program.
Her research focuses in two areas – international reporting and the intersection between book and tax reporting.
She has published in such journals as Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, The Journal of Accounting and Economics, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of the American Taxation Association and Tax Notes.
Dr. Raedy is the author of the textbook “Intermediate Accounting,” which explores the techniques, judgment and research underlying the preparation and analysis of financial information.
She teaches various financial reporting courses in the MAC Program, including financial research as well as the core financial reporting sequence.
She also works with the Ernst & Young Academic Resource Center to provide curriculum materials for academia.
Before she began her academic career, Dr. Raedy worked as a CPA in Kentucky.
She received her PhD from Pennsylvania State University and her MS in agricultural economics from University of Kentucky. She received a BS in accounting and a BS in agricultural economics from the University of Kentucky.