Daryl GuffeyProfessor of Accounting
Office: 343 Sirrine Hall
Phone: 864 656 3999
Fax: 864 656 4892
Ph.D. Business Administration--Accounting major, finance minor
M.A. Economics and Business
B.S. Business Administration--Accounting Concentration
B.S. Business Administration--Economics Concentration
Financial Accounting Concepts
ProfileProfessor Guffey moved to Clemson University in the fall of 1999, after teaching at East Carolina University and Louisiana State University. He has received numerous teaching awards while a doctoral student at the University of South Carolina and as a faculty member at Louisiana State University, East Carolina University, and Clemson University. His primary teaching interest is financial accounting with a secondary interest in cost/managerial accounting. Professor Guffey has 28 referred journal articles published in Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, The Financial Review, Journal of Information Systems, Advances in Taxation, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation, Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, and other journals. He received external research grants from the Ernst and Young Foundation and the Tax Foundation and participated in the Ernst and Young/Tax Foundation Visiting Professor Program. Professor Guffey’s research has been cited hundreds of times and discussed in BusinessWeek. He is currently on the editorial boards of Global Perspectives on Accounting Education and Advances in Accounting Education. He previously served on the editorial board of Issues in Accounting Education. Professor Guffey currently serves as an associate editor for The Accounting Educators Journal. He has served as an ad hoc reviewer for numerous academic journals in accounting and finance. Dr. Guffey ranks as the 39th most prolific publisher of accounting education papers out of 1,573 actively-teaching doctoral faculty teaching at schools in North America for the 46-year period of 1966 to 2011. He ranks in the top 1% of 4,855 doctoral accounting faculty active during the 46-year period of 1966 to 2011. He ranks 35th for the 10-year period of 1992 to 2001 and ranks 4th of all accounting doctorates graduating in 1989. (Zamojcin, Kimberly A., and Bernardi, Richard A. (2013). Ranking North American accounting scholars publishing accounting education papers: 1966-2011. Journal of Accounting Education 31 (2), 194-212.)
Accounting classification issues, information content issues, cash flow measures, capital structure issues, ethics, and accounting education issues.
Guffey, D., and N. Harp. (2014) Ranking Faculties, Ph. D. Programs, Individual Scholars, and Influential Articles in Accounting Information Systems Based on Citations to Publications in the Journal of Information Systems. Journal of Information Systems 28 (1), 111-144.