Jackie Reck is the associate dean for the Muma College of Business and the James E. Rooks Distinguished Professor in the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy. She teaches graduate-level courses in government-nonprofit accounting.
Reck researches government accounting/auditing, accounting information systems and the reporting and use of non-financial information. The Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, the Journal of Information Systems, the Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting, Research in Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting, and the Journal of Business Ethics are some of the publications in which her research has appeared. She is also a frequent presenter at academic and practitioner conferences. A licensed CPA, Reck is a member of the American Accounting Association, the American Institute of CPAs, the Association of Government Accountants, the Government Finance Officers Association and Beta Gamma Sigma.
She earned a PhD in accountancy from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a master's degree in accounting and a bachelor's degree from USF. She also received a bachelor's degree in education and dietetics from North Dakota State University.
- ACG 5505 - Government/Non-Profit Accounting
- QMB 7757 - Research and Writing Skills
- Snow, N. and J.L. Reck., (2016), "Developing a Government Reporting Taxonomy," Journal of Information Systems, volume 30, issue 2, pp. 49+.
- Ragland, L. and J.L. Reck, (2016), "The Effects of Disaggregating a Complex Item Across the Face of a Financial Statement on Nonprofessional Investors' Judgments," Advances in Accounting, volume 34, pp. 77-89.
- Reck, J.L., S. Lowensohn, and R.J. Elder, (2015), "Audit Firm Rotation, Auditor Specialization, and Audit Quality in the Municipal Audit Context," Journal of Government and Nonprofit Accounting, volume 4, issue 1, pp. 73-100.
- Reck, J.L. and E.R. Wilson, (2014), "The Relative Influence of Fund-Based and Government-Wide Financial Information on Municipal Bond Borrowing Costs," Journal of Government and Nonprofit Accounting, volume 3, issue 1, pp. 35-57.
- Reck, J.L. and S.L. Lowensohn, (2015), Accounting for Governmental and Nonprofit Entities, 17th edition. Chicago: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
- Editorial board member, Journal of Government and Nonprofit Accounting
- Member, GASB Task Force on the Financial Reporting Model
- Member, XBRL,U.S. State and Local Government Disclosure Modernizations Group
- Ad hoc reviewer for several accounting journals