Journal Articles

Asare, Stephen, and Arnold Wright. “Field Evidence about Auditor’s Experiences in Consulting with Forensic Specialists.” Behavioral Research in Accounting. (Spring 2018): Vol. 30, No. 1, 1 - 25. (Download)

Cannon, Nathan, and Jean C. Bedard. "Auditing Challenging Fair Value Measurements: Evidence from the Field." The Accounting Review Vol. 92, No. 4, (July 2017): 81-114. (Download)

Christensen, Brant E., Steven M. Glover, Thomas C. Omer, and Marjorie K. Shelley. “Understanding Audit Quality: Insights from Audit Professionals and Investors." Contemporary Accounting Research 33, no. 4 (2016): 1648-1684(Download)

Davis, Jon S., and Heather L. Pesch. “Fraud Dynamics and Controls in Organizations.” Accounting, Organization and Society 38, no 6–7 (2013): 469–484. (Download)

Dechow, Patricia M., Weili Ge, Chad R. Larson, and Richard G. Sloan. “Predicting Material Accounting Misstatements.” Contemporary Accounting Research 28 (2011): 17–82. (Download)

Downey, Denise Hanes, and Jean C. Bedard. “Coordination and Communication Challenges in Global Group Audits.” Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory In-Press. (2018): available online early. (Download)

Francis, Jere R., and Paul N. Michas. “The Contagion Effect of Low-Quality Audits.” The Accounting Review 88, no. 2 (2013): 521-552. (Download)

Glover, ​Steven M., Mark H. Taylor, and Yi-Jing Wu. "Current Practices and Challenges in Auditing Fair Value Measurements and Complex Estimates: Implications for Auditing Standards and the Academy."Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Vol. 36, No. 1, (February 2017) 63-84. (Download)​

Griffith, Emily, Christine J Nolder, and Richard E. Petty. "The Elaboration Likelihood Model: A Meta-Theory for Synthesizing Auditor Judgement and Decision-Making Research." Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory In-Press. (2018): available online early. (Download)

Hamilton, Erin L. "Evaluating the Intentionality of Identified Misstatements: How Perspective Can Help Auditors in Distinguishing Errors from Fraud." Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory Vol. 35, No. 4 (November 2016): 57-78. (Download)

Hammersley, Jacqueline S. “A Review and Model of Auditor Judgments in Fraud-Related Planning Tasks.” Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory Vol. 30, No. 4 (November 2011): 101-128.(Download)

​Harding, Noel, and Ken T. Trotman. "The Effect of Partner Communications of Fraud Likelihood and Skeptical Orientation on Auditors' Professional Skepticism." Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory Vol. 36, No. 2 (May 2016): 111-131. (Download)

Kinney, Jr., William R., Roger D. Martin, and Marcy L. Shepardson. “Reflections on a Decade of SOX 404(b) Audit Production and Alternatives.” Accounting Horizons 27, no. 4 (2013): 799-813. (Download)

Maksymov, Eldar, Mark W. Nelson, and William R. Kinney, Jr. "Budgeting Audit Time: Effects of Audit Step Frame and Verifiability." Behavioral Research in Accounting. (Spring 2018) :Vol. 30, No. 1, 59 - 73. (Download)

Nelson, Mark W. “A Model and Literature Review of Professional Skepticism in Auditing.” Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory Vol. 28, No. 2 (November 2009): 1-34. (Download)

Nolder, Christine J., and Kathryn Kadous. “Grounding the professional skepticism construct in mindset and attitude theory: A way forward.” Accounting, Organizations and Society. 67 (2018) 1-14 (Download)​

Plumlee, R. David, Brett A. Rixom, and Andrew J. Rosman. “Training Auditors to Perform Analytical Procedures Using Metacognitive Skills.” The Accounting Review 90, no. 1, (2015): 351-369. (Download)

Suh, Ikseon, John T. Sweeney,  Kristina Linke, and Joseph Wall. “Boiling the Frog Slowly: The Immersion of C-Suite Financial Executives Into Fraud.” Journal of Business Ethics, (2018) In-press. (Download)