Richard Schneible

Position: Associate Professor of Accounting
Office: (518) 956-8464
Website: Link to all publications
Curriculum Vitae

Professor Schneible teaches the financial accounting sequence and a research seminar. He has published in Contemporary Accounting Research, the Journal of Corporate Finance, Family Business Review, and Advances in Accounting. He is the faculty advisor for the Graduate Accelerate Accounting Professionals student group.

Educational Background

Ph.D., Accounting, Syracuse University 2003
B.S., Physics, St. Bonaventure University, 1998

Positions Held

Associate Professor, University at Albany 2018-present
Visiting Professor, Michigan State University 2018-present
Assistant Professor, University at Albany, 2010-2018
Assistant Professor, Texas Christian University, 2003-2010

Recent Publications

Chandra, U. and R. Schneible. An investigation of stock price declines following corporate financing events. European Accounting Review, in press.
Barron, O., Schneible, R., and D. Stevens. The changing behavior of trading volume reactions to earnings announcements: Evidence of the increasing role of accounting earnings news by investors. Contemporary Accounting Research, in press, available online
Fernando, G., Giboney, J. and R. Schneible. 2017. Voluntary disclosure and market response to earnings. Review of Accounting and Finance, in press
Liu, A. and R. Schneible. 2017. Analysts’ experience and interpretation of discretionary accruals in predicting future earnings. Advances in Accounting, 38: 88-98
Asdemir, O., Fernando, G., Schneible, R., and A. Tripathy. 2017. Impact of strategy on analyst information. Advances in Accounting, 37:103-110.
Fernando, G., Schneible, R., and A. Tripathy. 2016. Firm level strategy and market reaction to earnings. Advances in Accounting, 33: 20-34
Schneible, R. 2016. Information transfer and firm-level strategy. Accounting and Finance, 56(4): 1119-1148.

Honors and Awards

2018 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
2017 President's Excellence Award for Teaching
2016 Joan D. Rosenthal ’76 and Frederick S. Schiff Undergraduate Teaching Award

Courses Taught

BACC 680 Research Seminar
BACC 621 Contemporary Developments in Accounting Thought
BACC 311 Financial Accounting Theory I
BACC 312 Financial Accounting Theory II