2013 Accounting Workshops
The following accounting researchers have been invited to present workshops during the Spring & Fall 2013 semesters. Details will be posted as they become available.
Friday, March 22, 2013
10 am - 11:30 am
David Wood, Brigham Young University
Topic: "Recruiting Internal Auditors: The Effect of Using the Internal Audtir Function as a Management Training Group and Performing Consulting Services"
Friday, Feb. 15, 2013
Board Room, 8th Floor
2:30 pm - 4 pm
|Beth Vermeer, Drexel University |
Topic: "IRS Oversight, Client Risk, and Tax Professionals: Does Increased Control Deter Agreessive Decision Making?"
|Tuesday, Feb.12, 2013 |
3:30 pm - 5 pm
|Jason Rasso, University of South Florida |
Topic: "The Influence of Midsets on Professional Skepticism in Auditors"
Friday, Jan. 25, 2013
Board Room, 8th Floor
10 am - 11:30 am
Bryan Stikeleather, University of Pittsburgh
Topic: "Relying on goodwill versus financial self-interest to induce whistle-blowing on internal misconduct"
2012 Accounting Workshops
The following accounting researchers presented accounting research workshops during the Spring & Fall 2012 semesters.
Monday, Nov. 19, 2012
Jon Pyzoha (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), "The Effects of Executive Compensation and Auditor Specialization on CFO Decision-Making during a Potential Restatement That Will Lead to a 'Clawback'"
Friday, Nov. 9, 2012
Steve Kachelmeier (University of Texas - Austin), "Be Careful What You Wish For: The Effects of Communicated Values on Performance-Based Incentives"
Friday, April 13, 2012
Thomas Vance (University of Waterloo), "The Moderating Effects of Ex Post Subjectivity on the Relation between Goal Difficulty and Performance"
Friday, April 6, 2012
Lillian Mills (University of Texas-Austin), "The Effect of Political Sensitivity and Bargaining Powe on Taxes: Evidence from Federal Contractors"
Friday, March 16, 2012
Mohan Venkatachalam (Duke University), "Voice Pitch Predicts Labor Market Success"
Friday, Feb. 17, 2012
Stephen Brown (University of Florida), "Specialization Through Client Commonality and its Effect on Audit Production Costs"
Monday, Feb. 13, 2012
Timothy Brown (Cornell University), "Advantageous Comparison and the Slippery Slope to Fraud"
Friday, Feb. 10, 2012
Adam Vitalis (University of Wisconsin-Madison), "The Impact of Client-Specific Experience and Efficiency Pressure on Risk Assessment Effectiveness"
Friday, Feb. 3, 2012
Justin Lieby (University of Illinois), "How Do Consultants Persuade Managers to Adopt Management Control Systems?"
2011 Accounting Workshops
The following accounting researchers were invited to present workshops during the Spring & Fall 2011 semesters.
November 14, 2011
Nicole Jenkins (Vanderbilt University), "Relevant but Delayed Information in Negotiated Audit Fees: Evidence from Stock Price Crashes"
November 11, 2011
Bryan Church (Georgia Tech), "Shared Interest and Honesty in Budget Reporting"
November 7, 2011
Mina Pond (Southern Methodist University), "The Impact of Internal Audit Function Quality and Contribution on Audit Delays"
November 4, 2011
Bill Tayler (Emory University), "To Compensate or Control? Motivating Employees in a Multidimensional Task"
October 14, 2011
Rick Hatifled (University of Alabama), "The Effect of the Social Mismatch Between Staff Auditors and Client Management on the Collection of Audit Evidence"
September 30, 2011
Brooke Elliott (University of Illinois), "How Do Investors' Affective Reactions to Corporate Social Responsibility Performance Influence Their Estimates of Fundamental Value?"
April 8, 2011
Bob Libby (Cornell University), "Financial Statement Disaggregation and Auditors' Tolerance for Misstatement"
February 11, 2011
Jim Hunton (Bentley University), "External Auditors' Reliance on the Internal Audit Function: The Role of Second-Order Belief Attribution"
January 21, 2011
Dave Ziebart (University of Kentucky), "Does the choice of forecast precision reflect management's intentions to use irregularities?"
2010 Accounting Workshops
November 5, 2010
Jeffrey Hales (Georgia Institute of Technology), "Accounting for Lease Renewal Options: The Tradeoff between Transaction Structuring and Informational Effect"
September 24, 2010
Joseph Brazel (North Carolina State University), "Do Nonprofessional Investors React to Fraud Red Flags?"
April 2, 2010
Susan Jurney (University of Alabama), "The Effects of Varying Levels of Relevance and Reliability on Nonprofessional Investors' Judgment"
2009 Accounting Workshops
November 13, 2009
Mark Peecher (University of Illinois), presented "Informal Consultation and Auditors' Belief Revision: The Effects of Advisor Affiliation and Advice Quality."
October 30, 2009
Michael Williamson (University of Texas - Austin), presented "Corporate Social Responsibility and Implicit Contracting."
October 2, 2009
Kathryn Kadous (Emory University), presented "When do Jurors Second-Guess Accounting Estimates? The Effects of Accounting Standard Structure and Accounting Norms on Auditor Liability."
April 15, 2009
Brian Mayhey (University of Wisconsin), presented "Self-Regulation: Experimental Evidence on Reputation and Peer Review."
April 3, 2009
Wayne Thomas (University of Oklahoma), presented "International Evidence on Analyst Stock Recommendations, Valuations, and Returns."
February 27, 2009
Kevin Jackson (University of Illinois), presented "The Effect of Management Forecast Disaggregation on Investor's Susceptibility to Earnings Fixation."