Dr. Gamble joined the the Grossman School of Business in August 2021. Prior to the University of Vermont, he held a position at Montana State University and was a research fellow at the Initiative for Regulation and Applied Economic Analysis. Dr. Gamble has taught financial accounting, managerial accounting, accounting research, and tax, at both graduate and undergraduate levels. He was the 2018 Montana CPA outstanding educator of the year.
Dr. Gamble is an accounting researcher that specializes in approaches to reduce social, environmental, and economic inequality. His work in sustainability examines performance measurement, internal controls, social and environmental audits, fraud, social impact measurement, and tax policy. His research has appeared in top scholarly journals, including the Journal of Business Ethics, Academy of Management Perspectives, Academy of Management Discoveries, Journal of Business Venturing, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Journal of Business Research, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, and Journal of Business Venturing Insights.
Dr. Gamble earned his Bachelor’s degree from McMaster University (Canada), his Master’s degree in Business from University College Dublin (Ireland), his Master’s degree in Taxation from Villanova University (USA), and Ph.D. from Lancaster University (England). Dr. Gamble is also a Chartered Professional Accountant (Canada).