Monika Causholli presented her paper titled, “The Role of Assurance in Equity Crowdfunding” at the University of Kansas. The paper is co-authored with Gatton PhD student Evisa Bogdani and Robert Knechel, the University of Florida.
PhD student Chris Pearson’s paper (co-authored with Sean Dennis and Brian Goodson) titled, “Online Worker Fraud and Evolving Threats to the Integrity of MTurk Data: A Discussion of Virtual Private Servers and the Limitations of IP-Based Screening Procedures,” has been accepted for publication in Behavioral Research in Accounting.
Brian Bratten presented his paper (co-authored with Stephannie Larocque and Teri Yohn), "On the Informativeness of Unexpected Exclusions from Street Earnings" at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, on November 6, 2019.
Assistant professor Ben Commerford (second from right) traveled to Washington D.C. this week with his research colleagues to present their paper at the PCAOB Conference on Auditing and Capital Markets. The research that he presented investigates how auditors rely on artificial intelligence when auditing complex accounting estimates. The coauthor team includes Jenny Wang, a current Ph.D.
Monika Causholli presented her paper titled, “Accounting Firm Size and Culture: An Institutional Theory Perspective” at the European Auditing Network Conference held in Parma, Italy. The paper is co-authored with Aleksandra Zimmerman at Florida State University and Candice Hux at Northern Illinois University.
Hong Xie’s paper (co-authored with Xiaohua Fang, Le Hua, and Jeffrey Pittman), “CEO Sensation Seeking and Accounting Conservatism” was presented at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California on August 13, 2019.
Accounting PhD student Meng Huang presented her paper (co-authored with Nicole Jenkins and Hong Xie), “Mandatory Repurchase Disclosure, Opportunistic Repurchases, and Their Real Effects” at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California on August 12, 2019.
Dan Stone and Accounting PhD Student Alicia Irwin presented “How to Win Firms and Influence Students—Teaching Accounting Data Visualization" at the American Accounting Association’s Conference and Learning in Accounting in San Francisco, California on August 10, 2019.
Ph.D. candidate Evisa Bogdani presented her paper titled, “The Role of Assurance in Equity Crowdfunding” at the AAA Annual Meeting, August 2019 in the Research Interaction Forum. The paper is co-authored with Monika Causholli and Robert Knechel (University of Florida).
Ph.D. student Evisa Bogdani presented the paper "The Role of Assurance in Equity Crowdfunding" at the International Symposium on Audit Research (ISAR) Conference in Boston, MA. The paper is co-authored with Monika Causholli and W. Robert Knechel from the University of Florida.