University of Maine
University of Maine Business School
Orono, ME 04469-5723
C.P.A., Texas Teaching areas: Cost Accounting Financial Accounting
Ph.D., University of North Texas
**Jones, N., Golann, B., and Vollmers, G.Exploring the Challenges of a Hybrid Distance Technology Course, Accepted in 2006 by the Journal of Informatics Education Research
**Jones, N., Golann, B. and Vollmers, G. (April-June 2006) “Developing an Entrepreneurship Knowledge Portal in a Graduate Class to Support State-Wide Entrepreneurship”, International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies. 1/2: 30-49
**Vollmers, G. and T. Tyson. (November, 2004) “The Personal Accounts of Joseph E. Bell: Bookkeeping and Survival in Nineteenth Century Rural America.” Accounting History. 9/3: 89-109.
**Vollmers, G. (November, 2003) “Industrial Slavery in the United States: The North Carolina Turpentine Industry 1849-1861.” Accounting, Business and Financial History. 13/3: 369-392.
**Vollmers, G and D. Bay. (June, 2001) “Small Time Accounting: a 19th Century Meat Merchant in Maine.” The Accounting Historians Journal. 28/1.
**Vollmers, G. (June, 1999) “Using Distribution Costs in Decision Making at the Dennison Manufacturing Company, 1909 to 1949.” The Accounting Historians Journal. 26/1.
Vollmers, G. (April, 1998) “The Dennison Manufacturing Company: An Introduction to the Company, Its Most Influential President and Its Archive.” The Accounting Historians Notebook. *
*Sriram, R. and G. Vollmers. (1997) “A Critical Reexamination of the Development of the Accounting Profession – Selected Events from 1917-1940.” The Accounting Historians Journal. 24/2: 65-90.
**Vollmers, G. (1997) “A History of the Industrial Home Work of the Dennison Manufacturing Company of Framingham, Massachusetts.” Business History Review. 71: 444-470.
Vollmers, G., S, Colburn, and T. Englebrecht. (November, 1997) “Depreciation Deductions Allowed on Antique Musical Instruments Used in a Trade or Business.” The CPA Journal: 68-70.
Vollmers, G. (May, 1997) “Reengineering the Finance Function.” The CPA Journal: 64-66.
**Vollmers, G. (June 1996), “Accounting for Idle Capacity – Its Place in the Historical Cost Literature and Conjecture about Its Disappearance.” The Accounting Historians Journal. 23/1:25-50.
**Vollmers, G. (1996) “Academic Cost Accounting from 1920-1950: Alive and Well.” Journal of Management Accounting Research. 8: 183-199.
**Vollmers, G. (1996) “The Persepolis Fortification Texts: Accounting and Control in Ancient Persia from 509 to 494 B.C.” Accounting Enquiries. 6/1: 1-43.
Colburn, S, T. Englebrecht, and G. Vollmers. (July, 1994) “Administrative Expenses and the Marital Deduction.” Taxes: 412-419.
**Vollmers, G. (1993) “Accounting for Distribution Costs in the Dennison Manufacturing Company During the 1920s and 1930s.” The Accounting Historians Journal 20/2: 83-94.
Vollmers, G. “Independence – Is it Just Whistling Dixie?” “Ethics in Accounting” issue of the Public Interest Section Newsletter of the American Accounting Association. April 1995.
Vollmers, G. “The Rest is Commentary – Ethics and Rules.” Ethics Section Newsletter of the American Accounting Association, June, 1993.