Michael C. Wolfe
Dr. Michael Wolfe joined the Pamplin College of Business in the fall of 2013. Dr.
Wolfe holds a Ph.D. in accounting from Oklahoma State University, where he earned three previous degrees: a master’s in quantitative financial economics, an MBA, and a bachelor’s in accounting.
Dr. Wolfe’s research interests include accounting and disclosure issues relating to financial instruments, accounting for financial institutions, international accounting issues, and market-based accounting research. Dr. Wolfe’s dissertation, chaired by Tony Kang, is titled “The Effect of Mandatory Quantitative Input Disclosures on Investor Perception of Mark-to-Model Fair Value Estimates.”
Before coming to Virginia Tech, Dr. Wolfe taught at Oklahoma State University. His work experience includes more than ten years in the banking and energy industries. He is also a licensed CPA from the state of Oklahoma.