Assistant Professor, Assurance

Office: HH 289C

Phone: 519-888-4567 x32533

Email: tdbauer@uwaterloo.ca

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Education and certifications

  • PhD, Accounting (University of Waterloo) 2011
  • MAcc (University of Waterloo) 2003
  • BA, Accountancy (University of Waterloo) 2002
  • Chartered Professional Accountant, CA (Ontario) 2005

Tim Bauer

 

    Selected publications

    Bauer, T. D. and C. Estep. One Team or Two? Investigating Relationship Quality between Auditors and IT Specialists: Implications for Audit Team Identity and the Audit Process. Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.

    Trotman, K. T., T. D. Bauer, and K. A. Humphreys. 2015. Group Judgment and Decision Making in Auditing: Past and Future Research. Accounting, Organizations and Society 47: 56-72.

    Bauer, T. D. 2015. The Effects of Client Identity Strength and Professional Identity Salience on Auditor Judgments. The Accounting Review 90 (1): 95-114.

    Bauer, T. D., B. Dehning, and T. C. Stratopoulos. 2012. The Financial Performance of Global Information and Communication Technology Companies. Journal of Information Systems 26 (2): 119-152.

    Working papers

    Please refer to author pages of SSRN or Google Scholar for current working papers; otherwise available upon request.

    Editorial boards

    • Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, 2017-present
    • Contemporary Accounting Research, 2013-present

    Awards

    • Distinguished Alumnus, School of Accounting and Finance Fellowship Program, University of Waterloo, 2004-present

    • List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, University of Illinois, 2013-14, 2016-2017

    Grants

    • Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), "The Unintended Consequences of Material Weakness Reporting on Auditors' Acceptance of Aggressive Client Reporting", with A. Bucaro and C. Estep, 2017, access to 150 auditor professionals
    • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), "Who are the Risk-Takers?", with A. Bauer and D. Curran, 2015-2017, $74,000
    • Canadian Financial Executives Research Foundation (CFERF), "Corporate Reporting Awards and Financial Reporting Quality", with J. E. Boritz, 2008, $10,000
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