Pam Baker, Ph.D.
College of Business
Program Area: Accounting
Ph.D., University of North Texas, Accounting
M.S., University of Houston, Accounting
B.A., Hendrix College, Liberal Arts
Pamela Bake, Ph.D., is a professor of accounting with 20 years of study, professional work, teaching, research and consulting in accounting. A Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant, Dr. Baker serves as TWU Lead Professor of Accounting, working continuously to improve the TWU accounting programs. She is active in research, serves the professional accounting community on committees and boards, and maintains an active consulting practice to keep in touch with new issues in accounting.
Baker, Pamela (2017). Accounting essentials for managers update to the 4th ed. Dallas: Electec Press.
Baker, P. (2016). A comparison of student, faculty, and administrator impressions of the efficacy of online versus face-to-face classes in accounting. Journal of Higher Education, Theory and Practice. Vol 16(6), 2016.
Baker, P. (2016). An experiment with the old and the new: Online practice versus practice by hand in learning GAAP for pension accounting. Journal of Accounting and Finance. Vol 16(3), pp. 13-26.
Baker, Pamela (2015) Money and interest rates in Wiedemer, J. et al. (2015). Real estate finance, 11th. Mason, OH: Cengage, pp. 16-33.
Baker, Pamela. (2014) Accounting essentials for managers, 4th. Ed. Dallas: Electec Press.
Baker, P. and Baker, J. K. (2013) Investigating the role of regulation and accounting in the subprime crisis. Journal of Business and Economics, Vol. 7 (3), Summer 2013.
Baker, Pamela (2012). Money and interest rates in Wiedemer, J. et al. (2012). Real estate finance, 10th. Mason, OH: Cengage, pp. 14-31.
Baker, P. (2011). An examination of potential changes in ratio measurements: Historical cost versus fair value measurement in valuing tangible operational assets. Journal of Accounting and Finance, Vol. 11(2), Summer 2011.