|Name:||Dr. Gregory J. Tully|
|Office Location:||Dyson 367|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2985|
|Degrees Held:||Ph.D., Business Administration, University of California, Berkeley
A.B. Economics, Georgetown University
|Bio:||Greg is an Associate Professor at Marist College's School of Management. Since earning his Ph.D., he has specialized in the development, analysis, and use of information to support strategic and operational planning, decision-making, control systems, and performance evaluation. His published papers and presentations address these areas, as well as the measurement of intellectual capital and innovation, and the integration of ethics with strategy and financial performance, which is his main area of research currently. He has designed and taught courses for undergraduate, masters, and doctoral students.
Before coming to Marist, he was an Assistant Professor of Accounting at The Stern School of Business, New York University and an Associate Professor of Accounting at SUNY Albany. He received his Bachelors in Economics from Georgetown University, and his and Ph.D. in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business, at the University of California, Berkeley.
Before entering academia, Greg practiced accounting in the securities industry. His last position was that of chief accountant for Franklin Resources, Inc. and its associated regulated investment companies now known as the Franklin, Templeton Group. In that position, he was responsible for all accounting, financial compliance, and fund share pricing systems. In addition, he was responsible for financial reporting to Franklin's senior management, funds' boards of directors, and regulatory jurisdictions such as the SEC and the NASD.
Greg lives in the City of Poughkeepsie with his wife, Barbara. They have three children. He enjoys listening to jazz, playing computer games, fishing in the Catskills, and talking to students.
|Research Interests:||Relationships between corporate social and financial performance;
Management and measurement of innovation, intellectual capital and intangible assets;
Strategic performance measurement and evaluation;
Cost management systems;
Human judgment and decision making in business contexts.
|Affiliations:||American Accounting Association
Center for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR)