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iconiconiconNameChad ProellImageChad ProellFirstnameChadLastnameProellOffice Phone817-257-7236
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Position:Associate Professor Department:Accounting DepartmentOffice:Neeley 3217Role:FacultyEducation
  • B.A. University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN
  • M.B.A. Cornell University
  • M.S. Cornell University
  • Ph.D. Cornell University
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • Audit
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Management
  • Experimental Research
Courses Taught
  • Financial Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Cost Accounting
  • Intermediate Accounting I & II
  • Negotiations
  • Leadership
  • OB
Key Publications
  • Kadous, K., C.A. Proell, J. Rich, and D. Zhou. 2019. It goes without saying: The effects of intrinsic motivational orientation, leadership emphasis of intrinsic goals, and audit issue ambiguity on speaking up. Contemporary Accounting Research, 36(4): 2113-2141.
  • Libby, T.M., C.A. Proell and S. Smith. 2019. Difficult cost goals and conflicting honesty incentives: The influence of decision responsibility. Journal of Management Accounting Research, 31(3):185-200.
  • Nelson, M.W. and C.A. Proell. 2018. Is silence golden? Audit team leader reactions to auditor voice "in the moment" and at performance appraisal. The Accounting Review, 93(6):1781-1805.
  • Nelson, M.W., C.A. Proell, and A. Randel. 2016. Team-oriented leadership and auditors' willingness to raise audit issues. The Accounting Review, 91(6) 1781-1805.
  • Proell, C.A., S.J., Sauer, M., Rodgers. 2016. Credit where credit is due: A field survey of the interactive effects of credit expectations and leaders credit allocations on employee turnover. Human Resource Management, 55(2): 341-355.
  • Clor-Proell, S.M., S. Kaplan, C.A. Proell. 2015. The impact of budget goal difficulty and promotion availability on employee fraud. Journal of Business Ethics, 131(4): 773-790.
  • Clor-Proell, S.M., C. A., Proell, and T. Warfield. 2014. The effects of presentation salience and measurement subjectivity on nonprofessional investors’ fair value judgments. Contemporary Accounting Research, 31(1):45-66.
  • Rogers, M., S.J. Sauer, and C. A. Proell 2013. The lion’s share: The impact of credit expectations and credit allocations on commitment to leaders. The Leadership Quarterly, 24(1): 80-93
  • Proell, C.A., and S. J. Sauer. 2011. Stock options: The debilitating effects of autonomy and choice on self-perceptions of power. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 23(3): 82-102
  • Lawler, E.J., and C.A. Proell. 2009. The power process and emotion. In Dean Tjosvold and Barbara van Kippenberg (Eds.) Power and Interdependence in Organizations.
  • Sheldon, O.J., M.C. Thomas-Hunt, and C.A. Proell. 2006. When Timeliness Matters: The effect of status on reactions to perceived time delay within distributed collaboration. Journal of Applied Psychology 9: 1385-1395.
Awards / Recognition
  • Mary Rose Short Teaching Award, TCU (2020)
  • Management Accounting Section Midyear Meeting Outstanding Reviewer Award (2019)
  • Bob Vigeland Excellence in Accounting Research Award,TCU (2018)
  • TCU John V. Roach Honors College - Honors Professor of the Year Finalist (2017, 2018)
  • Neeley Fellows Outstanding Faculty Member,TCU (2018)
  • Neeley School of Business Undergraduate – Core Teaching Award, TCU (2016)
  • Teaching Honor Roll for Excellence in Teaching, Cornell University (2004 - 2008)
  • AOM OB Doctoral Consortium (2005)
  • Park Leader Fellowship, Cornell University (1999 – 2001)