The breadth of our research is extensive with faculty collectively examining a multitude of issues related to asset pricing, corporate finance, assurance, financial reporting, tax, information systems, management control systems, law, governance and ethics.
Faculty also utilize the full-range of research methods including theoretical modeling, simulations, archival analysis, field and lab experiments, surveys and interviews. As a consequence of the emphasis on diversity, our research is relevant to a broad audience including standard setters, regulators, accounting and finance professionals in practice, and policy makers.
Dan Amiram, Andrew M. Bauer, and Mary Margaret Frank. 2018. Tax avoidance at public corporations driven by shareholder taxes: Evidence from changes in dividend tax policy.
Andrew M. Bauer, Darren Henderson, and Dan Lynch. 2018. Supplier internal control quality and the duration of customer-supplier relationships
Tim Bauer, and Cassandra Estep. 2018. One team or two? Investigating relationship quality between auditors and IT specialists: Implications for audit team identity and the audit process
Vishal Baloria, Kenneth Klassen, and Christine Wiedman. 2018. Shareholder activism and voluntary disclosure initiation: The case of political spending
Vishal Baloria and Kenneth Klassen. 2018. Supporting tax policy change through accounting discretion: Evidence from the 2012 elections
Bryan Church, Wei Jiang, Jason Kuang, and Adam Vitalis. 2018, A dollar for a tree or a tree for a dollar? The behavioral effects of measurement basis on managers' CSR investment decision.
Jeong-Bon Kim, Byron Song, and Theophanis C. Stratopoulos. 2018. Does information technology reputation affect bank loan terms?
Mark T. Bradshaw, Alan Guoming Huang, and Hongping Tan. 2018. The effects of analyst-country institutions on biased research: Evidence from target prices.
James R. Thompson and Eric Stephens. 2017.
Information Asymmetry and Risk Transfer Markets Journal of Financial Intermediation, 2017, 32, 88-99.
Leslie Berger, Theresa Libby and Alan Webb. 2018. The effects of tournament horizon and the percentage of winners on social comparisons and performance in multi-period competitions.
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