Gökhan Karahan

Professor of Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance [Chair]
Gökhan Karahan


  • “Why the Worst Get on Top? Corruption in Democracies”, The Independent Review (2018)
    Journal Article
  • “Merchant Account Books, Credit Sales and Development”, Accounting and Finance Research (2018)
    Journal Article
  • “Do voluntary disclosures of bad news improve liquidity?”, North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Elsevier (2017)
    Journal Article
  • “Bend It Like FiFA: Corruption on and off the Pitch”, Managerial Finance (2016)
    Journal Article
  • “Corruption and Voter Turnout: A Spatial Econometric Approach”, Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy (2016)
    Journal Article
  • “IFRS and Accounting Quality: Legal Origin, Regional, and Disclosure Impacts”, International Journal of Accounting & Information Management, Emerald (2016)
    Journal Article
Additional Research

Education & Affiliations


University of Florida, Other in Accounting and Finance
University of Mississippi, PhD in Economics
University of Mississippi, MA in Economics
University of Mississippi, MBA in Master of Business Administration
University of Istanbul, BA in Business Administration


American Accounting Association (AAA)