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Tim Bauer

Assistant Professor of Accountancy



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Articles in Journals


Trotman, K. , Bauer, T., Humphreys, K. 2015. Group Judgment and Decision Making in Auditing: Past and Future Research. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 47: 56-72

Bauer, T. 2015. The Effects of Client Identity Strength and Professional Identity Salience on Auditor Judgments. The Accounting Review, 90: 95-114

Bauer, T., Dehning, B., Stratopoulos, T. 2012. The Financial Performance of Global Information and Communication Technology Companies. Journal of Information Systems, 26: 119-152

Presentations


Bauer, T. 2015. The IT Auditor Function on Financial Statement and Integrated Audits: Description of Practice and Avenues for Future Research, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Bauer, T. 2015. One Team or Two Teams? Exploring the Relationship between Auditors and IT Specialists and its Implications for a Collective Audit Team Identity and Audit Quality, Canadian Academic Accounting Association Annual Conference, Toronto.

Bauer, T. 2015. One Team or Two Teams? Exploring the Relationship between Auditors and IT Specialists and its Implications for a Collective Audit Team Identity and Audit Quality, European Accounting Association (EAA) Annual Congress, Glasgow.

Bauer, T. 2015. Do Auditors Make Better Fraud Planning Decisions when Advising Colleagues versus Deciding for Themselves?, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Bauer, T. 2014. Do Auditors Make Better Fraud Planning Decisions when Advising Colleagues versus Deciding for Themselves?, Queen's University, Kingston.

Bauer, T. 2014. Accountants are Super-Heroes: But what is our Kryptonite and how do we Overcome?, Queen's University and CPA Eastern Ontario, Kingston.

Bauer, T. 2013. Spending and Saving Under Alternative Tax Regimes: The Effect of Materialism, Behavioral Tax Symposium, George Mason University, Fairfax.

Bauer, T. 2013. Financial Auditor and Specialist IT Auditor Relationships in Financial Statement Audits, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo.

Bauer, T. 2012. The Effects of Situated Client Identity and Professional Identity Salience on Auditor Judgments, American Accounting Association ABO Research Conference, Atlanta.

Bauer, T. 2012. The Effects of Situated Client Identity and Professional Identity Salience on Auditor Judgments, European Accounting Association (EAA) Annual Congress, Ljubljana.

Bauer, T. 2011. The Effects of Situated Client Identity and Professional Identity Salience on Auditor Judgments, Canadian Academic Accounting Association Annual Conference, Toronto.

Bauer, T. 2011. Are US Information and Communication Technology Firms Less Profitable Than Non-US Firms?, Canadian Academic Accounting Association Annual Conference, Toronto.

Bauer, T. 2011. The Effects of Reward Type and Taxation on Performance, Behavioral Tax Symposium, George Mason University, Fairfax.

Bauer, T. 2011. The Effects of Situated Client Identity and Professional Identity Salience on Auditor Judgments, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Denver.

Bauer, T. 2011. Corporate Reporting Awards and Financial Reporting Quality, American Accounting Association Auditing Section Midyear Meeting Research Forum, Denver.

Bauer, T. 2010. Corporate Reporting Awards and Financial Reporting Quality, European Accounting Association (EAA) Annual Congress, Istanbul.

Bauer, T. 2009. Use of Tax Professionals to Audit the Tax Accounts, Behavioral Tax Symposium, George Mason University, Fairfax.

Bauer, T. 2009. Engagement Risk Environments and Justification Preferences that Eliminate Bias from Client Identification in the Judgment of Auditors, Craft of Accounting Workshop, Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) Annual Conference, Montreal.