Sarah Stuber

Assistant Professor
James Benjamin Department of Accounting


Sarah Stuber is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Mays Business School, Texas A&M University. She joined Mays in July 2019, after receiving her Ph.D. from Michigan State University.

Her research interests include the quality of accounting estimates and audit quality with a focus on financial institutions. Her work has been published in top journals including Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, The Accounting Review, and Management Science. She is a recipient of the Edward P. Swanson Accounting Research Excellence award and was named a Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Scholar.

She previously worked for a CPA firm, serving both public and private financial institution clients in North Carolina and North Dakota. She holds a CPA license in the state of North Dakota.


Title Year Type

Do PCAOB Inspections Improve the Accuracy of Accounting Estimates?

Journal of Accounting Research

2021 Article

Are auditors rewarded for low audit quality? The case of auditor lenience in the insurance industry

Journal of Accounting and Economics

2022 Article

The Effect of the Paycheck Protection Program and Financial Reporting Standards on Bank Risk-Taking

Management Science

2022 Article

The Role of Audit Firms in Spreading Depositor Contagion

The Accounting Review

2022 Article