Assistant Professor Devin Williams received the Outstanding Auditing Dissertation Award from the American Accounting Association in January. Williams’ dissertation is titled “The Effect of Potential Entrants on Audit Market Competition.” It analyzes the effect of potential entrants – audit firms … Continued
Gies College of Business alumnus Nicholas Dopuch ’59 MSA, ’61 PhD ACCY passed away on February 4, 2018. He was 88. He was a professor emeritus of Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis. Throughout his career, he … Continued
On October 11, 2017, Christopher Myers, Laura Sivertsen, and Julian Sanchez presented the 2017 Hallene Lecture in the Alice Campbell Alumni Center. Their title was “A Tractor, an iPhone, and a Tesla Walk into a Bar: Ingredients for Disruptive Innovation.” … Continued
Congratulations to Gerlando Lima. His paper entitled, “Effect of institutional investor participation on price lead earnings and earnings quality: international evidence”, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of International Accounting Research.
Congratulations to Fei Du. Her article, coauthored with Mark Young, Kari Ohlson, Kelsey Dworkis, “It’s All about All of Us: The Rise of Narcissism and Its Implications for Management Control System Research” which appeared in the Journal of Management Research … Continued
Congratulations to Martin Wu. His paper, “Optimal Risk Trade-off in Relative Performance Evaluation”, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management Accounting Research.
Congratulations to Dan Zhou. His paper entitled “How Does Intrinsic Motivation Improve Auditor Judgment in Complex Audit Tasks?” with Kathryn Kadous has been accepted at Contemporary Accounting Research. The paper was also presented at the 2016 Contemporary Accounting Research Conference … Continued
Congratulations to Anne Thompson. Her paper with Keith Czerney and Jaime Schmidt, “Do investors respond to explanatory language included in unqualified audit reports?”, has been accepted at Contemporary Accounting Research.
Congratulations to John Hepp. His paper, “ASC 606: Challenges in Understanding and Applying Revenue Recognition”, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting Education.
Congratulations to Ciao-Wei Chen. His paper, “The Effect of Tax-Motivated Income Shifting on Information Asymmetry” with Brad Hepfer (Texas A&M), Phil Quinn (Washington), and Ryan Wilson (Oregon), has been accepted for publication at Review of Accounting Studies. This paper was … Continued