Daniel W. Law


Associate Professor of Accounting

Dan joined the SBA faculty in 2002.

B.S.: Brigham Young University 1991
M.A.: Washington State University 2001
Ph.D.: Washington State University 2003

Brief Biography

Dan has been a faculty member in the School of Business at Gonzaga University for over ten years.  He teaches undergraduate and graduate cost and managerial accounting, as well as a graduate trailer course dealing with business behavioral issues.  He also teaches regularly an MBA course at Aalto in Finland.  Dan has published a number of articles dealing with burnout and other behavioral issues in public accounting and higher education.  He currently serves on the School of Business Assurance of Learning Committee and on the Faculty Senate.  He also serves in the community through his church. 

Selected Publications

Chang, S., Law, D., & Chang, H. "The Impact of Personality on Depression among University Students in Taiwan." Chang Gung Medical Journal ; 2011, forthcoming.

Melendy, S., & Law, D. "Paper Airplanes, Inc.: Utilizing an In-Class Case to Demystify Process Costing."Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies; October 2011, Vol. 17(5).

Law, D. "A Measure of Burnout for Business Students." The Journal of Education for Business; 2010, Vol. 85(4).

Law, D. "Teaching Multiple Cost Accounting Concepts Through an Integrative Case Study." Journal of the International Society of Business Disciplines; 2008, Vol. 4(2). 

Law, D., Sweeney, J., & Summers, S. "An Examination of the Influence of Contextual and Individual Variables on Public Accountants' Exhaustion." Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research; 2008, Vol. 11.

Xiong, Y., & Law, D. "Student Case: Auditing a Private Third-Party Claims Processor for Medicare."  The Journal of Forensic Accounting; 2008, Vol. 9(1).

Law, D. "Exhaustion in University Students and the Effect of Coursework Involvement." The Journal of American College Health; 2007, Vol. 55(4).

Law, D. "Interactive Organizational Commitment and Hardiness in Public Accountants' Turnover." Managerial Auditing Journal; 2005, Vol. 20 (4).