Joyce joined the Carlson School in 1981 as a faculty member in the
Department of Accounting. In 2006, he assumed the role of associate
dean, in which he supervised significant enhancements in the MBA
Program. Among the many accomplishments under his leadership are the
implementation of new curricula in the Full-Time and Part-Time MBA
programs, a restructuring of the School’s Enterprises to increase both
their centrality in the curriculum and their academic content, the
consolidation of the MBA program offices and increased synergies among
MBA programs, and a marked increase in the quality of admissions
"Mental Accounting and Outcome Contiguity in Consumer Borrowing Decisions," Edward Joyce, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Performance (1994).
"Internal Revenue Service Access to Tax Accrual Workpapers: A Laboratory Investigation," Edward Joyce, The Accounting Review (1990).
"Using the FASB Qualitative Characteristics in Accounting Policy Choices," Edward Joyce, Journal of Accounting Research (1982).
"Anchoring and Adjustment in Probabilistic Inference in Accounting," Edward Joyce, Journal of Accounting Research (1981).
This individual is not scheduled to teach in the last, current, or next term.
Alpha Kappa Psi Award for outstanding contribution to accounting literature, 1982
Editorial board, Journal of Accounting Research
American Accounting Association
Cognitive skill acquisition in auditing
Outcome versus behavior-based control systems
Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Committee
MBA Steering Committee
Mental accounting principles
MBA Functional Core Design Team
MBA Functional Core Faculty
Department MBA Advisor
MBA Program Coordinator
Doctoral Consortium Committee