Wray E. Bradley

Wray Bradley

Associate Professor of AccountingHelmerich Hall 313
918-631-2792
wray-bradley@utulsa.eduPersonal Web Page

Professor Wray Bradley teaches taxation, financial and managerial accounting.  A member of the American Accounting Association among other professional organizations, Bradley has practiced as a CPA and tax attorney.  He is a former arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.

Education and Degrees Earned

  • Ph.D., University of Arkansas
  • M.B.A., Pace University
  • J.D., Cleveland State University
  • B.B.A., University of Texas-El Paso

Areas of Research Focus

  • Behavioral aspects of accounting; expertise, judgment, and abilities of accounting and information technology professionals; behavioral aspects of virtual teams, human-computer interactions
  • Corporate; international; state and local; legal aspects of taxation
  • Business value and return on investment of information systems

Publications

  • A Conceptual Framework for the Design and Evaluation of Online Learning Modules in Professional Training and Academic Education in Business
    The Business Review, Cambridge(2011), 18 (1): 20-27.
  • Linking Systems Analysis Outputs to Capital Budgeting Measures: A Framework and Case Study Validation
    with Bajaj, Akhilesh, Journal of Information Science and Technology (2009), 6(1): 3-24.
  • Ability and Performance on Ill-Structured Problems: The Substitution Effect of Inductive Reasoning Ability.
    Behavioral Research in Accounting (2009), 21 (1): 19-35. This article received the '2010 Behavioral Research in Accounting Best Paper Award'
  • SAAS: Integrating Systems Analysis with Accounting and Strategy for Ex Ante Evaluation of IS Investments
    With Bajaj, A.; and Cravens, K. Journal of Information Systems (2008), 22(1): 97-124.
  • Beyond Tax Treaties: Status of Forces and USAID Agreements
    With G. Christine Ballard. The Journal of International Taxation 17 (4) (2006): 52-60.
  • Trust in Virtual Teams
    With Vozikis, G. Virtual & Collaborative Teams: Process, Technologies, & Practice(2004): 99-113.