Dr. Margaret Boldt
Ph.D. University of Oklahoma, August, 1997. Major: Accounting. Minor Fields: Market Decision Making; Human Behavior and Decision Processes.
MAcc, University of Oklahoma, May, 1996.
B.A. Lawrence University, June, 1989, Major: History.
Dr. Boldt teaches primarily in the Cost and Managerial area as well as Management Accounting for MBAs. She taught at the University of Oklahoma, Murray State University and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville before joining the faculty at Southeastern Louisiana University. Dr. Boldt’s research interests include business education assessment, knowledge acquisition and measurement and management decision making.
“Using Comprehensive Research Projects for Skill Development and Responsive Learning Assessment: A Portfolio Approach” (with A. Hunt and B. Reed), Advances in Accounting Education (Volume 14).
“Is Deregistration Keeping Investors in the Dark?” (with R. Seay and M. Hardin), Journal of Financial Service Professionals (Volume 61, No. 6).
“The Effect of Framing and Compensation Structure on Seller’s Negotiated Transfer Price” (with D. Ghosh), Journal of Managerial Issues (Volume XVIII).
“The Outcome Saliency Effect on Negotiated Transfer Prices” (with D. Ghosh), Journal of Managerial Issues (Volume XVI).
“CPE – The E-Way!” (with H. Rudolph and R. Seay), Journal of Accountancy.
"Assessing Students' Accounting Knowledge: A Structural Approach", Journal of Education for Business.