Management And Accounting Web

Volume 27(1) 2008 - 36(4) 2017

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2014,
2015,
2016,
2017

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA

Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

Abbott, L. J., K. A. Gunny, and T. C. Zhang. 2013. When the PCAOB talks, who
listens? Evidence from stakeholder reaction to GAAP-deficient PCAOB inspection
reports of small auditors. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory*
32(2): 1-31.

Abbott, L. J., S. Parker and G. F. Peters. 2011.Does mandated disclosure induce a structural change
in the determinants of nonaudit service purchases?
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 30(2): 51-76.

Abodolmohammadi, M. 2013. Correlates of co-sourcing/outsourcing of
internal audit activities. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(3): 69-85.

Agoglia, C. P., J. F. Brazel, R. C. Hatfield and
S. B. Jackson. 2010. How do audit workpaper reviewers cope with the conflicting
pressures of detecting misstatements and balancing client workloads? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 29(2): 27-43.

Agoglia, C. P., R. C.
Hatfield and J. F. Brazel. 2009. The
effects of audit review format on review team judgments. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 28(1): 95-111.

Alexander, K., M. G. Alles, M. Vasarhelyi and J. Wu. 2014. Design and
evaluation of a continuous data level auditing system. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(4): 221-245.

Allen, A. and A. Woodland. 2010. Education requirements,
audit fees, and audit quality. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 29(2): 1-25.

Amin, K., J. Krishnan and J. S. Yang. 2014. Going concern opinion and
cost of equity. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(4): 1-39.

Appelbaum, D., A. Kogan and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2017. Big data and
analytics in the modern audit engagement: Research needs. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(4): 1-27.

Arnold, B., H. Bateman, A. Ferguson and A. Raftery. 2017. Partner-scale
economies, service bundling, and auditor independence in the Australian
self-managed superannuation (pension) fund industry. *Auditing: A Journal
of Practice & Theory* 36(2): 161-180.

Asare, S. K. and A. M. Wright. 2012. The effect
of change in the reporting threshold and type of control deficiency on equity
analysts' evaluation of the reliability of future financial statements. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 31(2): 1-17.

Asare, S. K., B. C. Fitzgerald, L. E. Graham, J. R. Joe, E. M. Negangard
and C. J. Wolfe. 2013. Auditors' internal control over financial reporting
decisions: Analysis, synthesis, and research directions. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(Supplement 1): 131-166.

Ashton, R. H. 2010. Quality, timing, and luck:
Looking back at Ashton (1974). *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 29(1): 3-13.

Asthana, S. C. and R. Kalelkar. 2014. Effect of client reputation on
audit fees at the office level: An examination of S&P index membership. *
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(1): 1-27.

Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory. 2015. Introduction: A forum on
CSR and assurance services. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory*
34(1): vii.

Audousset-Coulier, S., A. Jeny and L. Jiang. 2016. The validity of
auditor industry specialization measures. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice
& Theory* 35(1): 139-161.

Azizkhani, M., G. S. Monroe and G. Shailer. 2013.
Audit partner tenure and cost of equity capital. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(1): 183-202.

Bagley, P. L. 2010. Negative affect: A consequence
of multiple accountabilities in auditing. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 29(2): 141-157.

Bame-Aldred, C. W., D. M. Brandon, W. F. Messier Jr., L. E. Rittenberg
and C. M. Stefaniak. 2013. A summary of research on external auditor
reliance on the internal audit function. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice
& Theory* 32(Supplement 1): 251-286.

Bedard, J. C. and K. M. Johnstone. 2010. Audit partner
tenure and audit planning and pricing. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 29(2): 45-70.

Bedard, J. C., R. Hoitash, U. Hoitash and K.
Westermann. 2012. Material weakness remediation and earnings quality: A detailed
examination by type of control deficiency. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 31(1): 57-78.

Bell, T. B. and J. B. Griffin. 2012. Commentary
on auditing high-uncertainty fair value estimates. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 31(1): 147-155.

Bennett, G. B. and R. C. Hatfield. 2017. Do approaching deadlines
influence auditor's materiality assessments? *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 36(4): 29-48.

Bennouri, M., M. Nekhili and P. Touron. 2015. Does auditor reputation
"discourage" related-party transactions? The French case. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 34(4): 1-32.

Bentley-Goode, K. A., N. J. Newton and A. M. Thompson. 2017. Business
strategy, internal control over financial reporting, and audit reporting
quality. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(4): 46-69.

Berger, L., S. Perreault and J. Wainberg. 2017. Hijacking the moral
imperative: How financial incentives can discourage whistleblower reporting.
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(3): 1-14.

Bertrand, R. M. M., A. J. H. C. Schram and E. H.
J. Vaassen. 2013. Understanding contract audits: An experimental approach. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(1): 1-31.

Bierstaker, J., L. Chen, M. H. Christ, M. Ege and N. Mintchik. 2013.
Obtaining assurance for financial statement audits and control audits when
aspects of the financial reporting process are outsourced. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(Supplement 1): 209-250.

Bierstaker, J. L., J. E. Hunton and J. C. Thibodeau. 2009. Do
client-prepared internal control documentation and business process flowcharts
help or hinder an auditor's ability to identify missing controls? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 28(1): 79-94.

Bierstaker, J. L., J. R. Cohen, F. T. DeZoort and
D. R. Hermanson. 2012. Audit committee compensation, fairness, and the resolution
of accounting disagreements. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 31(2): 131-150.

Bik, O. and R. Hooghiemstra. 2017. The effect of national culture on
auditor-in-charge involvement. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory*
36(1): 1-19.

Billings, B. A., X. Gao and Y. Jia. 2014. CEO and CFO equity incentives
and the pricing of audit services. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(2): 1-25.

Bills, K. L, and N. M. Stephens. 2016. Spatial competition at the
intersection of the large and small audit firm markets. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(1): 23-45.

Bishop C. C., F. T. DeZoort and D. R. Hermanson. 2017. The effect of CEO
social influence pressure and CFO accounting experience on CFO financial
reporting decisions. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(1):
21-41.

Blankley, A. I, D. N. Hurtt and J. E. MacGregor.
2012. Abnormal audit fees and restatements. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 31(1): 79-96.

Blankley, A. I., D. N. Hurtt and J. E. MacGregor. 2014. The relationship
between audit report lags and future restatements. *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 33(2): 27-57.

Blay, A. D., J. R. Moon and J. S. Paterson. 2016. There's no place like
home: The influence of home-state going-concern reporting rates on
going-concern opinion propensity and accuracy. *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 35(2): 23-51.

Blay, A. D., M. A. Geiger and D. S. North. 2011. The
auditor's going-concern opinion as a communication of risk. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 30(2): 77-102.

Boo, E., T. B. Ng and P. G. Shankar. 2016. Effects of incentive scheme and
working relationship on whistle-blowing in an audit setting. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(4): 23-38.

Boone, J. P., I. K. Khurana and K. K. Raman. 2011. Litigation risk and abnormal accruals. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 30(2): 231-256.

Boone, J. P., I. K. Khurana and K. K. Raman. 2017. Spatial competition in
local audit markets and the fallout on Deloitte from the 2007 PCAOB censure.
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(2): 1-19.

Brandon, D. M. 2010. External auditor evaluations
of outsourced internal auditors. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(2): 159-173.

Bratten, B., L. M. Gaynor, L. McDaniel, N. R. Montague and G. E. Sierra.
2013. The audit of fair values and other estimates: The effects of
underlying environmental, task, and auditor-specific factors. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(Supplement 1): 7-44.

Brewster, B. E. 2016. The effect of client lies on auditor memory
resistance and false memory acceptance. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 35(3): 33-50.

Brink, A. G., D. Jordan Lowe and L. M. Victoravich. 2013. The effect of
evidence strength and internal rewards on intentions to report fraud in the
Dodd-Frank regulatory environment. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 32(3): 87-104.

Brown, D. L., S. Z. Shu, B. S. Soo and G. M. Trompeter. 2013. The
insurance hypothesis: An examination of KPMG's audit clients around the
investigation and settlement of the Tax Shelter Case. *Auditing: A Journal
of Practice & Theory* 32(4): 1-24.

Brown, H. L. and K. M.
Johnstone. 2009. Resolving disputed financial
reporting issues: Effects of auditor negotiation experience and engagement risk
on negotiation process and outcome. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 28(2): 65-92.

Brown-Liburd, H. and V. L. Zamora. 2015. The role of corporate social
responsibility (CSR) assurance in investors' judgments when managerial pay
is explicitly tied to CSR performance. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 34(1): 75-96.

Brown-Liburd, H. L. and A. M. Wright. 2011. The
effect of past client relationship and strength of the audit committee on
auditor negotiations. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(4): 51-69.

Brown-Liburd, H., A. M. Wright and V. L. Zamora. 2016. Managers'
strategic reporting judgments in audit negotiations. *Auditing: A Journal
of Practice & Theory* 35(1): 47-64.

Bruynseels, L., W. R. Knechel and M. Willekens.
2011. Auditor differentiation, mitigating management actions,
and audit-reporting accuracy for distressed firms. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(1): 1-20.

Bruynseels, L., W. R. Knechel and M. Willekens. 2013. Turnaround
initiatives and auditors' going-concern judgment: Memory for audit evidence.
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(3): 105-121.

Bu-Peow Ng, T. 2008.
Auditors' decisions on audit differences that affect
significant earnings thresholds. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 27(1): 71-89.

Budescu, D. V., and M. E. Peecher and I. Solomon.
2012. The joint influence of the extent and nature of audit evidence, materiality
thresholds, and misstatement type on achieved audit risk. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 31(2): 19-41.

Burton, F. G., S. A. Emett, C. A. Simon and D. A.
Wood. 2012. Corporate managers' reliance on internal auditor recommendations. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice &
Theory* 31(2): 151-166.

Cahan, S. F., D. C. Jeter and V. Naiker. 2011.
Are all industry specialist auditors the same? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(4): 191-222.

Cahan, S. F., D.
Emanuel and J. Sun. 2009. Are the reputations
of the large accounting firms really international? Evidence from the
Andersen-Enron affair. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 28(2): 199-226.

Cahan, S. F., P. K. Chaney, D. C. Jeter and W.
Zhang. 2013. Damaged auditor reputation and analysts' forecast revision
frequency. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 32(1): 33-60.

Cairney, T. D. and E. G. Stewart. 2015. Audit fees and client industry
homogeneity. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 34(4): 33-57.

Callaghan, J., M.
Parkash and R. Singhal. 2009. Going-concern
audit opinions and the provision of nonaudit services: Implications for auditor
independence of bankrupt firms. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 28(1): 153-169.

Callen, J. L., S. W. G.
Robb and D. Segal. 2008. Revenue
manipulation and restatements by loss firms.
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 27(2): 1-29.

Cameran, M., J. R. Francis, A. Marra and A. Pettinicchio. 2015. Are there
adverse consequences of mandatory auditor rotation? Evidence from Italian
experience. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 34(1): 1-24.

Campbell, J. L., J. Hansen, C. A. Simon and J. L. Smith. 2015. Audit
committee stock options and financial reporting quality after the
Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory*
34(2): 91-120.

Carcello, J. V., D. R. Hermanson and Y. Zhongxia. 2011.
Corporate governance research
in accounting and auditing: Insights, practice implications, and future research
directions. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(3): 1-31.

Carpenter, T. D., J. L. Reimers and P. Z.
Fretwell. 2011. Internal auditors' fraud judgments:
The benefits of brainstorming in groups. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(3): 211-224.

Carver, B. T., C. W. Hollingsworth and J. D.
Stanley. 2011. Recent auditor downgrade activity
and changes in clients' discretionary accruals. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(3): 33-58.

Casey, R. J. and J. H. Grenier. 2015. Understanding and contributing to
the enigma of corporate social responsibility (CSR) assurance in the United
States. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 34(1): 97-130.

Cassell, C. A., G. A. Giroux, L. A. Myers and T.
C. Omer. 2012. The effect of corporate governance on auditor-client realignments.
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 31(2): 167-188.

Cassell, C. A., L. A. Myers, T. A. Seidel and J. Zhou. 2016. The effect
of lame duck auditors on management discretion: An empirical analysis. *
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(3): 51-73.

Caster, P., R. J. Elder
and D. J. Janvrin. 2008. A summary of research
and enforcement release evidence on confirmation use and effectiveness. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 27(2): 253-279.

Casterella, J. R., K. L. Jensen, and W. R.
Knechel. 2010. Litigation risk and audit firm characteristics. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(2: 71-82.

Causholli, M. 2016. Evidence of organizational learning and
organizational forgetting from financial statement audits. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(2): 53-72.

Chan, K. C., B. Farrell
and P. Lee. 2008. Earnings management of
firms reporting material internal control weaknesses under section 404 of the
Sarbanes-Oxley Act. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 27(2): 161-179.

Chang, H., C. S. A. Cheng and K. J. Reichelt.
2010. Market reaction to auditor switching from big 4 to third-tier small accounting
firms. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(2): 83-114.

Chang, H., J. Chen, R. Duh and S. Li. 2011.
Productivity growth in the public accounting industry: The roles of information
technology and human capital. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(1): 21-48.

Charles, S. L., S. M. Glover and N. Y. Sharp.
2010. The association between financial reporting risk and audit fees before and
after the historic events surrounding SOX. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(1): 15-39.

Chen, C. J. P., X. Su
and X. Wu. 2009. Forced audit firm
change, continued partner-client relationship, and financial reporting quality. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 28(2): 227-246.

Chen, C. J. P., X. Su and X. Wu. 2010. Auditor
changes following a big 4 merger with a local Chinese firm: A case study.
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(1): 41-72.

Chen, J., Y. Chou, R. Duh and Y. Lin. 2014. Audit committee
director-auditor interlocking and perceptions of earnings quality. *
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(4): 41-70.

Chen, L. H., H. H. Chung, G. F. Peters and J. P. Wynn. 2017. Does
incentive-based compensation for chief internal auditors impact objectivity?
An external audit risk perspective. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 36(2): 21-43.

Chen, L. H., J. Krishnan, J., H. Sami and H. Zhou.
2013. Auditor attestation under SOX Section 404 and earnings informativeness. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 32(1): 61-84.

Chen, W., A. S. Kahlifa and K. T. Trotman. 2015. Facilitating
brainstorming: Impact of task representation on auditors' identification of
potential frauds. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 34(3):
1-22.

Chen, Y., J. D. Eshleman and J. S. Soileau. 2017. Business strategy and
auditor reporting. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(2):
63-86.

Chen, Y., W. R. Knechel, V. B. Marisetty, C. Truong and M. Veeraraghavan.
2017. Board independence and internal control weakness: Evidence from SOX
404 disclosures. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(2):
45-62.

Cheng, M. M., H. Tan, K. T. Trotman and A. Tse. 2017. The impact of the
timing of a prior year's auditor concessions on financial officers'
judgments. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(1): 43-62.

Cheng, M. M., W. J. Green and J. C. Wa Ko. 2015. The impact of strategic
relevance and assurance of sustainability indicators on investors'
decisions. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 34(1): 131-162.

Cheng, X., L. Gao, J. E. Lawrence and D. B. Smith. 2014. SEC Division of
Corporate Finance monitoring and CEO power. *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 33(1): 29-56.

Chi, H. and C.
Chin. 2011. Firm versus partner measures of auditor industry expertise and effects
on auditor quality. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(2): 201-229.

Choi, J., C. Kim, J. Kim and Y. Zang. 2010. Audit
office size, audit quality, and audit pricing. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(1): 73-97.

Choi, J., J. Kim, A. A. Qiu and Y. Zang. 2012
Geographic proximity between auditor and client: How does it impact audit quality?
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 31(2): 43-72.

Choi, J., J. Kim and Y. Zang. 2010. Do abnormally
high audit fees impair audit quality? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(2): 115-140.

Choi, J., S. Choi, C. E. Hogan and J. Lee. 2013. The effect of human
resource investment in internal control on the disclosure of internal
control weaknesses. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(4):
169-199.

Christensen, B. E., S. M. Glover and C. J. Wolfe. 2014. Do critical audit
matter paragraphs in the audit report change nonprofessional investors'
decision to invest? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(4):
71-93.

Christensen, B. E., S. M. Grover and D. A. Wood.
2012. Extreme estimation uncertainty in fair value estimates: Implications for
audit assurance. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 31(1): 127-146.

Chung, J. O. Y, C. P. Cullinan, M. Frank, J. H. Long, J. Mueller-Phillips
and D. M. O'Reilly. 2013. The auditor's approach to subsequent events:
Insights from academic literature. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 32(Supplement 1): 167-207.

Chung, J. O. Y., J. R.
Cohen and G. S. Monroe. 2008. The effect
of moods on auditors' inventory valuation decisions. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 27(2): 137-159.

Cianci, A. M. and J. L.
Bierstaker. 2009. The impact of positive
and negative mood on the hypothesis generation and ethical judgments of
auditors. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 28(2): 119-144.

Cianci, A. M., R. W. Houston, N. R. Montague and R. Vogel. 2017. Audit
partner identification: Unintended consequences on audit judgment. *
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(4): 135-149.

Cohen, J. R. 2016. Annual editor report. *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 35(4): 1-8.

Cohen, J. R. and R. Simnett. 2015. CSR and assurance services: A research
agenda. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 34(1): 59-74.

Cohen, J. R. and W. R. Knechel. 2013. A call for academic inquiry:
Challenges and opportunities from the PCAOB projects. *Auditing: A Journal
of Practice & Theory* 32(Supplement 1): 1-5.

Cohen, J. R., G.
Krishnamoorthy and A. M. Wright. 2008. Form
versus substance: The implications for auditing practice and research of alternative
perspectives on corporate governance. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 27(2): 181-198.

Cohen, J. R., G.
Krishnamoorthy and A. M. Wright. 2008. The
impact of roles of the board on auditors' risk assessments and program planning
decisions. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 27(1): 91-112.

Cohen, J. R., L. M. Gaynor, G. Krishnamoorthy and
A. M. Wright. 2011. The impact of auditor judgments on CEO influence on audit
committee independence. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(4): 129-147.

Commerford, B. P., D. R. Hermanson, R. W. Houston and M. F. Peters. 2016.
Real earnings management: A threat to auditor comfort? *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(4): 39-56.

Coram, P. J., G. S.
Monroe and D. R. Woodliff. 2009. The
value of assurance on voluntary nonfinancial disclosure: An experimental
evaluation. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 28(1): 137-151.

Courtois, C. and Y. Gendron. 2017. The "normalization" of deviance: A
case study on the process underlying the adoption of deviant behavior. *
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(3): 15-43.

Coyne, M. P., S. F. Biggs and J. S. Rich. 2010. Priming/reaction-time
evidence of the structure of auditors' knowledge of financial statement errors. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(1): 99-123.

Cullinan, C. P., H. Du and X. Zheng. 2016. Size variables in audit fee
models: An examination of the effects of alternative mathematical
transformations. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(3):
169-181.

Curtis, E., C. Humphrey and W. S. Turley. 2016. Standards of innovation
in auditing. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(3): 75-98.

Da Silva, C. G. and P. M. R. Carreira. 2013. Selecting audit samples
using Benford's Law. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(2):
53-65.

Dalton, D. W., J. R. Cohen, N. L. Harp and J. J. McMillan. 2014.
Antecedents and consequences of perceived gender discrimination in the audit
profession. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(3): 1-32.

Daugherty, B. E., D. Dickins, R. C. Hatfield and
J. L. Higgs. 2012. An examination of partner perceptions of partner rotation:
Direct and indirect consequences to audit quality. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 31(1): 97-114.

Desai, N. K. and G. J. Gerard. 2013. Auditor's consideration of material
income -increasing versus material income-decreasing items during the audit
process. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(2): 33-51.

Desai, N. K., G. J. Gerald and A. Tripathy. 2011. Internal audit sourcing arrangements and reliance
by external auditors. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(1): 149-171.

Desir, R., J. R. Casterella and J. Kokina. 2014. A reexamination of audit
fees for initial audit engagements in the post-SOX period. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(2): 59-78.

Diaz, J., G. W. Martin and W. B. Thomas. 2017. Financial reporting
quality and auditor locality contagion. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 36(4): 71-87.

Dirsmith, M. W., M. A. Covaleski and S. Samuel. 2015. On being
professional in the 21st century: An empirically informed essay. *
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 34(2): 167-200.

Donelson, D. C., M. S. Ege and J. M. McInnis. 2017. Internal control
weaknesses and financial reporting fraud. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice
& Theory* 36(3): 45-69.

Dunn, K., M. Kohlbeck and B. W. Mayhew. 2011. The impact of the big 4 consolidation on audit market
share equality. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(1): 49-73.

Durney, M., R. J. Elder and S. M. Glover. 2014. Field data on accounting
error rates and audit sampling. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory*
33(2): 79-110.

Durocher, S., Y. Gendron and C. Picard. 2016. Waves of global
standardization: Small practitioners' resilience and intra-professional
fragmentation within the accounting profession. *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 35(1): 65-88.

Eilifsen, A. and K. H. Knivsfla. 2013. How
increased regulatory oversight of nonaudit services affects investors'
perceptions of earnings quality. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 32(1): 85-112.

Eilifsen, A. and W. F. Messier Jr. 2015. Materiality guidance of the
major public accounting firms. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory*
34(2): 3-26.

Elder, R. J., A. D. Akresh, S. M. Glover, J. L. Higgs and J. Liljegren.
2013. Audit sampling research: A synthesis and implications for future
research. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(Supplement 1):
99-129.

Elliott, J. A., A. Ghosh and E. Peltier. 2013. Pricing of risky initial
audit engagements. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(4):
25-43.

Emby, C. and M. Favere-Marchesi. 2010. Review partners
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Theory* 29(2): 215-232.

Eshleman, J. D. and P. Guo. 2014. Abnormal audit fees and audit quality:
The importance of considering managerial incentives in tests of earnings
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Eshleman, J. D. and P. Guo. 2014. Do Big 4 auditors provide higher audit
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Ettredge, M. L., Y. Xu and H. S. Yi. 2014. Fair value measurements and
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Fan, Y., C. Li and K. Raghunandan. 2017. Is SOX 404(a) management
internal control reporting an effective alternative to SOX 404(b) internal
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Fargher, N. L. and L.
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Favere-Marchesi, M. 2013. Effects of decomposition and categorization on
fraud-risk assessments. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory*
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Feldmann, D. A. and W.
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Theory* 29(1): 267-278.

Feldmann, D. A., W. J.
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Theory* 28(1): 205-223.

Ferguson, A. and G. Pündrich. 2015. Does industry specialist assurance of
non-financial information matter to investors? *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 34(2): 121-146.

Ferguson, A., G. Pundrich and A. Raftery. 2014. Auditor industry
specialization, service bundling, and partner effects in a mining-dominated
city. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 33(3): 153-180.

Francis, J. R. 2011. A
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Francis, J. R., C.
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*Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
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Fu, H., H. Tan and J. Zhang. 2011. Effect
of auditor negotiation experience and client negotiating style on auditors' judgments
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Gal-Or, R., R. Hoitash and U. Hoitash. 2016. The efficacy of shareholder
voting in staggered and non-staggered boards: The case of audit committee
elections. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(2): 73-95.

Ganguly, A. R. and J.
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Gayer, J. J. and J. S. Paterson. 2014. The association between actuarial
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Gaynor, L. M., A. S. Kelton, M. Mercer and T. L. Yohn. 2016.
Understanding the relation between financial reporting quality and audit
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Gendron, Y. and M. K. Power. 2015. Research forum on qualitative research
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Ghosh, A. and R.
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on auditor fees: Evidence from the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
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Gissel, J. L. and K. M. Johnstone. 2017. Information sharing during
auditors' fraud brainstorming: Effect of psychological safety and auditor
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Glover, S. M., D. F. Prawitt and M. S. Drake. 2015. Between a rock and a
hard place: A path forward for using substantive analytical procedures in
auditing large P&L accounts: Commentary and analysis. *Auditing: A Journal
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Glover, S. M., M. H. Taylor and Y. Wu. 2017. Current practices and
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Implications for auditing standards and the academy. *Auditing: A Journal
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Gramling, A. A., J. Krishnan and Y. Zhang. 2011. Are
PCAOB-identified audit deficiencies associated with a change in reporting decisions
of triennially inspected audit firms? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
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Gramling, A. A., E. O'Donnell and S. D.
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design effectiveness and extent of auditor testing. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 29(2): 175-187.

Greiner, A., M. J. Kohlbeck and T. J. Smith. 2017. The relationship
between aggressive real earnings management and current and future audit
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Grenier, J. H., D. J. Lowe, A. Reffett and R. C. Warne. 2015. The effects
of independent expert recommendations on juror judgments of auditor
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Griffin, P. A. and D. H. Lont. 2010. Do investors
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Theory* 29(2): 189-214.

Griffith, E. E., K. Kadous and D. Young. 2016. How insights from the
"new" JDM research can improve auditor judgment: Fundamental research
questions and methodological advice. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
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Guénin-Paracini, H., B. Malsch and M. Tremblay. 2015. On the operational
reality of auditors' independence: Lessons from the field. *Auditing: A
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Guiral, A., E. Ruiz and W. Rodgers. 2011. To what extent are auditors' attitudes toward the
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Theory* 30(1): 173-190.

Gul, F. A., G. S. Zhou and X. K. Zhu. 2013. Investor protection, firm
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Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(3): 1-30.

Gul, F. A., H. Sami and
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Theory* 28(1): 29-51.

Guo, K. H. 2016. The institutionalization of commercialism in the
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A Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(3): 99-117.

Hackenbrack, K. E., N. T. Jenkins and M. Pevzner. 2014. Relevant but
delayed information in negotiated audit fees. *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 33(4): 95-117.

Hamilton, E. L. 2016. Evaluating the intentionality of identified
misstatements: How perspective can help auditors in distinguishing errors
from fraud. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(4): 57-78.

Hammersley, J. S. 2011. A review and model of
auditor judgments in fraud-related planning tasks. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(4): 101-128.

Hammersley, J. S., K. M. Johnstone and K. Kadous. 2011.
How do audit seniors respond to heightened fraud
risk? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(3): 81-101.

Hammersley, J. S., L. A. Myers and J. Zhou. 2012.
The failure to remediate previously disclosed material weaknesses in internal controls.
*Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
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Han, J., K. Jamal and H. Tan. 2011. Auditors' overconfidence in predicting the technical
knowledge of superiors and subordinates. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 30(1): 101-119.

Hardies, K., D. Breesch and J. Branson. 2015. The female audit fee
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Harding, N. and K. T.
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another auditor's competence. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 28(1): 53-78.

Harding, N. and K. T. Trotman. 2017. The effect of partner communications
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Hay, D. C. and W. R. Knechel. 2017. Meta-regression in auditing research:
Evaluating the evidence on the big N audit firm premium. *Auditing: A
Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(2): 133-159.

He, K., X. Pan and G. G. Tian. 2017. Political connections, audit
opinions, and auditor choice: Evidence from the ouster of government
officers. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 36(3): 91-114.

Herda, D. N. and J. J. Lavelle. 2013. Auditor
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service. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
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Hermanson, D. R. and Z.
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some accelerated filers with SOX section 404 material weaknesses provide early
warning under Section 302? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 28(2): 247-271.

Hines, C. S., A. Masli, E. G. Mauldin and G. F. Peters. 2015. Board risk
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34(4): 59-84.

Ho, J. L. and F. Kang. 2013. Auditor choice and audit fees in family
firms: Evidence from the S&P 1500. *Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
Theory* 32(4): 71-93.

Hoag, M. L. and
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Hogan, C. E. and R. D.
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Theory* 28(2): 93-118.

Hoogduin, L. A., T. W. Hall and J. J. Tsay. 2010.
Modified Sieve sampling:
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Hoogduin, L. A., T. W. Hall, J. J. Tsay and B. J. Bethane. 2015. Does
systematic selection lead to unreliable risk assessments in monetary-unit
sampling applications? *Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory*
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Hooks, K. L., S. E. Kaplan and J. J. Schultz, Jr. 1994. Enhancing
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Hossain, S., K. Yazawa and G. S. Monroe. 2017. The relationship between
audit team composition, audit fees, and quality. *Auditing: A Journal of
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Houssain, S., G. S. Monro, M. Wilson and C. Jubb. 2016. The effect of
networked clients' economic importance on audit quality. *Auditing: A
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Huang, H., K.
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Huang, H., L. Liu, K.
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*Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
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Huang, H., S. Mishra
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Huang, M., A. Masli, F. Meschke and J. P. Guthrie. 2017. Clients'
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Hurtt, R. K. 2010. Development
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Theory* 29(1): 149-171.

Hurtt, R. K., H. Brown-Liburd, C. E. Earley and G. Krishnamoorthy. 2013.
Research on auditor professional skepticism: Literature synthesis and
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Theory* 32(Supplement 1): 45-97.

Hsieh, Y. and C. Lin. 2016. Audit firms' client acceptance decisions:
Does partner-level industry expertise matter? *Auditing: A Journal of
Practice & Theory* 35(2): 97-120.

Huang, T., H. Chang and J. Chiou. 2016. Audit market concentration, audit
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Ittonen, K. and P. C. Trønnes. 2015. Benefits and costs of appointing
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Jamal, K., E. Marshall and H. Tan. 2016. Does disclosure of conflict of
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Joe, J., A.
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Johnson, E. N., J. R. Kuhn Jr., B. A. Apostolou
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Johnstone, K. M., C. Li and S. Luo. 2014. Client-auditor supply chain
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Kadous, K. and M. Mercer. 2016. Are juries more likely to second-guess
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Kanagaretnam, K., J. Lee, C. Y. Lim and G. J. Lobo. 2016. Relation
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Kannan, Y. H., T. R. Skantz and J. L. Higgs. 2014. The impact of CEO and
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Kao, J. L., Y. Li and W. Zhang. 2014. Did SOX influence the association
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Keune, M. B. and K. M. Johnstone. 2015. Audit committee incentives and
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Khalil, S., and M. Mazboudi. 2016. Client acceptance and engagement
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Khalil, S., M. L.
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Kim, J., J. J. Lee and J. C. Park. 2015. Audit quality and the market
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Kim, S. and N. Harding. 2017. The effect of a superior's perceived
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Kochetova-Kozloski, N., T. M. Kozloski and W. F. Messier Jr. 2013.
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Krishnan, G. V. and C. Wang. 2015. The relation between managerial
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Krishnan, J. and J. E.
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Krishnan, J., J. Krishnan and H. Song. 2011. The
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Krishnan, J., L. Su and Y. Zhang. 2011. Nonaudit
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Krishnan, G. V., L. Sun, Q. Wang and R. Yang. 2013. Client risk
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Kukukawa, H. and T. J. Mock. 2011. Audit risk assessments using belief versus probability.
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Liu, L., K. Raghunandan
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Low, K. and H. Tan. 2011. Does time constraint
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Lu, L. Y , H. Wu and Y. Yu. 2017. Investment-related pressure and audit
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Luippold, B. L. and T. E. Kida. 2012. The impact
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Luypaert, M. and T. Van Caneghem. 2014. Can auditors mitigate information
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Lynford, G. and J. C. Bedard. 2013. The influence of auditor and client
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*Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 32(2): 97-118.

Maijoor, S. and A. Vanstraelen. 2012.
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Malsch, B. and S. E. Salterio. 2016. "Doing good field research":
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Mao, J. and Q. J. Yin. 2017. Auditor reverse-merger expertise: Evidence
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*Auditing: A Journal of Practice &
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Munsif, V., K. Raghunandan and D. V. Rama. 2013. Early warnings of
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Myllymaki, E. 2014. The persistence in the association between Section
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Nagy, A. L. 2014. PCAOB quality control inspection reports and auditor
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Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory* 35(4): 159-173.

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Theory* 30(4): 223-248.

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