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Behavioral Research in Accounting 2016

Volumes 28(1) and 28(2)

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

Behavioral Research in Accounting 1989-2017 | AAA Main Page | Journal Bibliographies

Abbott, L. J., V. L. Brown and J. L. Higgs. 2016. The effects of prior manager-auditor affiliation and PCAOB inspection reports on audit committee members' auditor recommendations. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(1): 1-14.

Ang, N. and M. M. Cheng. 2016. Does self-certification encourage or reduce opportunistic behavior? Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 1-16.

Asare, K. N., M. J. Abdolmohammadi and J. E. Hunton. 2016. Retraction: The influence of corporate governance ratings on buy-side analysts' earnings forecast certainty: Evidence from the United States and the United Kingdom. Behavioral Research In Accounting 23(2): 1-25. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 91.

Audsabumrungrat, J., S. Pornupatham and H. Tan. 2016. Joint impact of materiality guidance and justification requirement on auditors' planning materiality. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 17-27.

Bergner, J. M., S. A. Peffer and R. J. Ramsay. 2016. Concession, contention, and accountability in auditor-client negotiations. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(1): 15-25.

Brink, A. G., F. Tang and L. Yang. 2016. The impact of estimate source and social pressure on auditors' fair value estimate choices. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 29-40.

Brown, J. O. and V. K. Popova. 2016. The interplay of management incentives and audit committee communication on auditor judgment. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(1): 27-40.

Cannon, N. H. and D. N. Herda. 2016. Auditors' organizational commitment, burnout, and turnover intention: A replication. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 69-74.

Malone, J. A. 2016. Report of Judith A. Malone, Bentley University ethics officer, concerning Dr. James E. Hunton. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 1-5. ("1. Dr. Hunton engaged in research misconduct by fabricating the data underlying Fraud Brainstorming and Tone at the Top." "2. The whole body of Dr. Hunton's extensive research while a faculty member at Bentley University must now be considered suspect." https://www.bentley.edu/files/Hunton%20report%20July21.pdf).

Mock, T. J. and H. Fukukawa. 2016. Auditors' risk assessments: The effects of elicitation approach and assertion framing. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 75-84.

Murphy, P. R. and C. Free. 2016. Broadening the fraud triangle: Instrumental climate and fraud. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(1): 41-56.

Rose, A. M., J. M. Rose and C. Strand Norman. 2016. Material control weakness corrections: The enduring effects of trust in management. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 41-53.

Salzsieder, L. 2016. Fair value opinion shopping. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(1): 57-66.

Seybert, N. 2016. Experienced executives' views of the effects of R&D capitalization on reputation-driven real earnings management: A replication of survey data from Seybert (2010). Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 85-90.

Tan, H., R. Duh, S. Chiu and S. Li. 2016. Does an asset management firm's stock holding made in response to buy-side analysts' prior recommendations induce subsequent forecast optimism? Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(2): 55-68.

Tian, Y., B. M. Tuttle and Y. Xu. 2016. Using incentives to overcome the negative effects of faultline conflict on individual effort. Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(1): 67-81.

Wainberg, J. and S. Perreault. 2016. Whistleblowing in audit firms: Do explicit protections from retaliation activate implicit threats of reprisal? Behavioral Research In Accounting 28(1): 83-93.