Robert G. Rambo

Lecturer of Accounting

Ph.D., Accounting, Florida State University; M.A.S., Accounting, University of Illinois; B.S., Accountancy, University of Illinois

Dr. Rambo joined the accounting faculty in the College of Business in the Fall 2019.

Dr. Rambo previously served on the faculties of the University of the Virgin Islands, University of New Orleans, University of Southern Mississippi, Providence College, and Roger Williams University.  He served as President of the Virgin Islands Society of CPAs, and was a Member of Council of the AICPA.

Dr. Rambo’s research interest centers on foreign currency hedging, and the reaction of stock process to the timing of earnings announcements.

Recent Publications: 

Rambo, Robert G., “Hedges of Unrecognized Foreign Currency Denominated Firm Commitments." The CPA Journal. June 2021,

Rambo, Robert G., “Hedges of Recognized Foreign Currency Denominated Assets and Liabilities Applying ASU 2017-12.” The CPA Journal, August 2019, 54-58.

Rambo, Robert G., Daphne Main and John McQuilken, “Hedging Recognized Foreign Currency Denominated Receivables or Payables.” The Accounting Educators’ Journal, 2018, Vol XXVIII, 215-234,

Rambo, Robert G., and Daphne Main, “Market Reaction to Reducing Reporting Risk: Designating Foreign Currency Forward Contracts as Cash Flow Hedges.” The International Journal of Finance, 2016, Vol 28, 14-21.