PhD (University of Waterloo), BBA (Wilfrid Laurier University), CPA, CA
Leslie Berger teaches Integrated Cases in Accounting in the Graduate Diploma in Accounting. She also co-teaches PhD seminar courses in accounting. Professor Berger has articles published in Accounting Organizations and Society, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory and Issues in Accounting Education.
KPMG Foundation Fellow in Accounting
Fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario
Professor Berger has co-supervised several accounting PhD in Management (Accounting) students that are interested in behavioural accounting research.
Berger, L., T. Libby, and A. Webb. The consequences of tournament horizon and winner proportion for sustaining effort in a multi-period competition, Forthcoming at Accounting Organizations and Society
Berger, L., S. Perreault, J. Wainberg. 2017 Hijacking the Moral Imperative: How Financial Incentives Can Discourage Whistleblower Reporting, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, 36(3): 2-14
Berger, L., K. Klassen, T. Libby and A. Webb. 2013. Complacency and giving up across repeated tournaments: Evidence From the Field, Journal of Management Accounting Research, 25(1): 143-167
Berger, L. and E. Boritz. 2012. Accountants’ Sensitivity to Dimensions of Information Integrity Issues in Accounting Education, 27(4): 867-893.
Wright, W.F. and L. Berger. 2011. Fraudulent Management Explanations and the Impact of Alternative Presentations of Client Business Evidence. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory 30 (2): 153-171
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