Hampton University

Faculty & Staff

Sid Credle

I. Current Rank

Associate Professor and Dean - Graduate Faculty

II. Education

Doctoral Degree:

Doctor of Philosophy, 1989, Financial, Accounting & Taxation, University of Texas at Austin

Dissertation Title: "The Market Reaction to the Forgiveness of Deferred Taxesof the Domestic International Sales Corporation (DISC): Empirical Evidence Regarding the "Indefinite Reversal Criterion"

Masters Degree:

Master of Business Administration, 1974, Accounting/Finance, Cornell University

Baccalaureate Degree:

Bachelor of Science, 1972, Accounting, Hampton University

Certifications:

The University of the State of New York,CPA (inactive)[1992] license number 067084-inactive and never used

III. Courses Taught:

ACC 309 Intermediate Accounting
MBA 300 Critical Thinking and Analysis
MBA 313 Financial Reporting and Analysis
MBA 502 Critical Analysis and Business Negotiations
MBA 503 Financial Statement Analysis
MBA 551 Marketing Research & Analysis
MBA 610 Research Methods
MBA 660 Computer Security
HMK 201 Introduction to Hospitality Resort Marketing
HMK 307 Hotel Retail Operations & Sales
HMK Elective: Hotel Resort Strategy
FIN 304 Business Finance
LAP 615 Leadership Application - Consulting

IV. Intellectual Contributions

Publications in refereed journals

Credle, Sid H., Beale, Ruby and Maheshwari, Sharad; “The Use of Case Analysis and Competitions to Assure Learning and School-wide Quality” Accepted for publication the Journal of Business Education & Accreditation; September [2009]

Hayes, Ziette and Credle, Sid Howard “An Application of Social Cognitive Career Theory: Exploring Factors Influencing the Decision to Select Public Accounting As A Career Choice.” Published in the International Journal of Business Research [2008]

Maheshwar1, S. K. and Credle, Sid H. “Development of a Practical Fleet Vehicles Replacement Policy for a Federal Government Contractor” Winner of the 2008 Distinguish Research Award, The Allied Academy; Accepted for publication in Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies (JIACS).
[2008]

Credle, Sid Howard, Sharad Maheshwari and Jacob Angima; “The Market Reaction to the Forgiveness of Deferred Taxes Due to the Repeal of the Domestic International Sales Corporation: Suggested Impact on Subsequent Export-Related Tax Incentives”; Published the International Journal of Business Research, June [2008]

Bradford, Berkita and Sid Howard Credle; “An Assessment of the Factors Determining a Student’s Decision to Seek Careers in The Hospitality Industry” Accepted for Publication, the Journal of Business Research [2007]

Credle, Sid Howard, Michael McLain and Travell Travis; “The Elmo Bank: A Case Study of Merger Acquisition Target Firm Valuation Methods,” Working Paper (Pilot Test fall [2004] and spring [2005] ), MBA 313 Financial Reporting & Analysis and Business and Finance, FIN 304, summer [2005]). Submitted for Publication August [2005]. Published the Journal of Cases in Finance; January [2007].

Angima, Jacob and Sid Howard Credle, “The Association Between Alternative Earnings and Profitability Measures and Stock Return in Selected Industries,” Selected Papers and Abstracts of the American Academy of Accounting and Finance, New Orleans, Louisiana,December 1996, Accepted for Publication, The Journal of the Academy of Business and Economics, ISSN :1542-87-10 January [2007]

Credle, Sid Howard, S. Maheshwari and Janelle Pridgen; “An Alternative Ranking Methodology of the Best Colleges and Universities for African-Americans: Based on the Success of Alumni”; Also accepted for presentation at the 20th Annual National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education, San Francisco [2007]. Accepted for publication, Global Journal of Business Research, October [2007], Received the 2008 Outstanding Research Award, The Global Institute for Business & Finance Research.

Credle, Sid Howard, and Ruby Beale; “Preliminary Findings Regarding the Impact of the Martial Art – Kendo, on the Perceptions of Business Students’ Professional Development” Published The International Journal of Business Research, October [2007].

Credle, Sid Howard; S. Maheshwari, and Ed Pyatt; “A Comparison of Portfolio Performances of Random and Strategic Stock Selection Strategies: The Hampton Roads Stock Picking Contest;” Working Paper [2005]; published, The International Journal of Business and Finance Research [2006].

Sid Howard Credle and Ziette Hayes, “The Status of Accounting Departments at Historically Black Colleges & Universities Prior to Enactment of the “150-hour rule”: Evidence of the “Role Model” effect on Motivation and Performance on the CPA examination,” Published, The Journal of the Academy of Business and Economics, [Jan 2006].

Sid Howard Credle, Ruby Beale and Sharad Maheshwari “Behavioral and Critical Thinking Skills Enhancement of Graduate Students Utilizing a Training and Competitive Chess Analysis Methodology,” Presented at the SE Decision Science Institute, Williamsburg, Feb [2003]. Submitted for publication May 2003; Published, the Review of Business Research. May [2005]

Credle, Sid Howard, Ruby Beale and Lewis Bellinger, “The Use of Employers Evaluation of the Internship/Cooperative Experiences as an Institutional Measure of Student Skill Development and Competency: The Test-Drive Quality Control Methodology”; the International Journal of Business Research, Summer [2005].

V. Commendations

2009 National Achievement –Education Award, Recipient, National Association of Black Accountants, (NABA) conferred at the 40th Anniversary Annual Conference, New Orleans, June [2009]

Appointed to the U.S. Controller General’s Educational Advisory Panel, Three year term starting 2009.

VI. Professional Organizations

Member of National Black MBA
Member National Association of Black accountants.