Arindam Tripathy, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor ; Graduate Faculty

Specialty: Auditing and Mangerial Accounting

Contact information

Dept: Milgard School of Business
Room: DOU 301D
Phone: 253-692-4773


  • Ph.D., University of Texas, Dallas, 2006.
  • M.S., Accounting, University of Texas, Dallas, 2005.


Arindam Tripathy earned his doctorate from University of Texas in Dallas. His research interests are primarily in auditing and managerial accounting and his teaching interests include auditing, financial accounting and managerial accounting.


Auditing and Managerial Accounting

Recent Publications

Bryan, D, Fernando, G, and Tripathy,A, (2013) Bankruptcy risk, productivity and firm strategy.  Forthcoming in Review of Accounting and Finance.

Chang, H, Fernando, G, Srinivasan, D, and Tripathy,A, (2013) A Re-examination of Diversification and Firm Productivity.  Forthcoming in Journal of Management Accounting Research. 

Alden, M, Bryan, D, Lessley, B, and Tripathy,A, Detection of Financial Statement Fraud Using Evolutionary Algorithms.  Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, December 2012, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 71-94.

Asdemir, O, Fernando, G and Tripathy, A, (2013) Market perception of firm strategy.  Managerial Finance, Vol. 39 Iss: 2, 90  115.  

Anderson,M, Asdemir, O and Tripathy,A. Use of precedent and antecedent information in Strategic Cost Management.  Journal of Business Research, 66 (2013), 187-193.

Kumaraswamy, A, Mudambi, R, Saranga, H, and Tripathy, A. Catch-up Strategies in the Indian Auto Components Industry: Domestic Firms Responses to Market Liberalization. Journal of International Business Studies (2012) 43, 368-395.

Hu, N., Liu, L., Tripathy, A. and Yao, L.J. Value relevance of blog visibility. Journal of Business Research, 64 (2011), 13611368.

Desai, N.K., Gerard, G.J. and Tripathy, A. Internal Audit Sourcing Arrangements and Reliance by External Auditors. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Vol. 30, No.1, February 2011, 149-171.

Balsam, S., Fernando, G.D., and Tripathy, A. The impact of firm strategy on performance measures used in executive compensation. Journal of Business Research, 64 (2011), 187-193.


American Accounting Association