Assistant Professor

Bradley PomeroyEducation

Ph.D., Accounting, University of Alberta

M.Sc., Accounting, Queen’s University

B.Comm., Accounting and Finance, Saint Mary’s University

B.A., Economics, Saint Mary’s University

Teaching and Research Interests

Teaching interests: Assurance and governance

Research interests: Professional judgment and decision making

Representative Publications

Fiolleau, K., K. Hoang and B. Pomeroy. 2018. Auditors’ communications with audit committees: The influence of the audit committee’s oversight approach. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory (Forthcoming).

Grenier, J. H., B. Pomeroy and M. Stern. 2015. The effects of accounting standard precision, auditor task expertise, and judgment frameworks on audit firm litigation exposure. Contemporary Accounting Research 32 (1): 336-357. 

Grenier, J. H., B. Pomeroy and A. Reffett. 2012. Speak up or shut up? The moderating role of credibility on auditor remedial defense tactics. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 31 (4): 65-83.

Pomeroy, B. 2010. Audit committee member investigation of significant accounting decisions. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 29 (1): 173-205.

Pomeroy, B. and D. B. Thornton. 2008. Meta-analysis and the accounting literature: The case of audit committee independence and financial reporting quality. European Accounting Review 17 (2): 305-330.

Other Publications

Grenier, J. H., B. Pomeroy and A. Reffett. 2012. Practice summary: When do auditor defense tactics increase rather than decrease perceived auditor negligence? Current Issues in Auditing 6 (2): 7-12.

Gibbins, M. and B. Pomeroy. 2007. Reflections on continuous reporting and auditing. Accounting Perspectives 6 (3): 291-304.

Gibbins, M. and B. Pomeroy. 2007. Academic research and issues raised by CFOs about corporate reporting beyond the GAAP financial statements. Toronto: Canadian Financial Executives Research Foundation.

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