Recent Doctoral Graduates
Daniel A. Ames
Dissertation: “Private Equity Executive Compensation.”
Dissertation: “Income Shifting among Option Intensive Firms in the 1990’s.”
Dissertation: "Self-Esteem: Its Overall Effect on Professional Skepticism"
Dissertation: "The Hidden Advantage of Disaggregation in Substantive Analytical Procedures"
Dissertation: "Risky Business: How Revenue Measurement and Risk Disclosure Impact Equity Investors’ Value Judgment of Private Companies"
Dissertation: “An Exploratory Study into the Adoption of Internet Banking in Mainland China.”
Dissertation: “The Invisible Fraud: The Impact of Inattentional Blindness on Auditor Fraud Detection"
Nicole R. McCoy
Dissertation: “The Effects of Auditor-Client Relationships, Auditor-Auditor Relationships, and Persuasive Communication on Auditor's Objectivity.”
Dissertation: “The Effect of Perceived Deception on Auditor Judgment and Decision-Making During Analytical Procedures"
Dissertation: “The Impact of Internal Revenue Code Section 162(M) On Pay for Performance: A Reexamination.”
Dissertation: “An Audit Committee Members's Role in Audit Adjustment Disputes: The Effect of External Auditor Attachment on an Audit Committee Member's ASC 360 Adjustment Decisions"
Jaysinha S. Shinde
Dissertation: “Measuring CPA Social Responsibility at the Business Owner Level: Instrument Development and Validation.”
Dissertation: "Breaking Bonds: The Impact of Accountability on Client Indentification"
Dissertation: “The Moderating Effects of the “Big Five” Personality Traits on the Relationship between Budgetary Participation and Motivation.”
Dissertation: “What’s my Motivation: The Effect of Motivated Reasoning and Accountability on the Determination of Internal Control Effectiveness”
Dissertation: "The Effects of Knowledge Transfer on Complex Problem Representation and Judgment in Auditing"