Waymond Rodgers is a C.P.A. and his degrees are from Michigan State University, B.A. in Accounting; University of Detroit-Mercy, M.B.A. in Finance; the University of Southern California, Ph.D. in accounting information systems; and an experimental psychology post-doctorate from the University of Michigan. Professor Rodgers is presently a Professor and Co-director of the Accounting and Accountability Center at the University of Hull School of Business, United Kingdom. His experiences include working as an auditor with Ernst & Young and PriceWaterhouseCoopers, as well as a commercial loan officer with Union Bank. His primary research areas are auditing, commercial lending decisions, decision modeling, ethics, trust issues, intellectual capital, and knowledge management. Professor Rodgers’ has published in Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, the Communications of the ACM, European Accounting Review, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, International Journal of Accounting, Management Science, and Organization Studies among other journals. Finally, he is the recipient of major research grants from the CGA Canada Research Foundation Grant, Citicorp’s Foundation Grant, Ford Foundation, Franklin Fellowship, National Institute of Health, National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, and the Navy Personnel Research and Development Center.