George Gamble

Professor - KPMG Professor of Accountancy and Taxation, Director of the International Institute for Diversity and Cross Cultural Management

George Gamble


Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University, 1980, Accounting. Professor George Gamble's teaching areas are governmental accounting, accounting theory, and managerial accounting. Research interests include financial accounting theory and citation analysis. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Houston in 1980, Dr. Gamble served as an internal auditor for the Tennessee Valley Authority and also worked for Arthur Andersen & Company and Coopers and Lybrand. His publications have appeared in the Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, The Accounting Historians journal, Journal of Accounting Education and Spectrum, among others.

Research Interests

  • Financial Accounting Theory
  • Citation Analysis


  • Gamble, George, Cynthia Tollerson, Mary Geddie, and Thomas Noland. "An Analysis and Comparison of Bankers' Perceptions of Stock Options in 1999 and 2005." Academy of Banking Studies Journal. [October 2007]

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  • Governmental Accounting
  • Accounting theory
  • Managerial Accounting


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