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Behavioral Research in Accounting 2017

Volumes 29(1) and 29(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

Asare, S. K. and A. M. Wright. 2017. Inferring remediation and operational risk from material weakness disclosures. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(1): 1-17.

Aschauer, E., M. Fink, A. Moro, K. van Bakel-Auer, and B. Warming-Rasmussen. 2017. Trust and professional skepticism in the relationship between auditors and clients: Overcoming the dichotomy myth. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(1): 19-42.

Bartlett, G. D., J. Kremin, K. K. Sanders, and D. A. Wood. 2017. Factors influencing recruitment of non-accounting business professionals into internal auditing. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(1): 119-130.

Bhattacharjee, S., M. J. Maletta and K. K. Moreno. 2017. Audit reviewers' judgments in multiple client audit environments. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 1-9.

Bobek, D. D., D. W. Dalton, B. E. Daugherty, A. M. Hageman and R. R. Radtke. 2017. An investigation of ethical environments of CPAs: Public accounting versus industry. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(1): 43-56.

Brown, J. L. and D. V. Moser. 2017. Does investors' desire to punish misreporting affect their litigation decisions and managers' and investors' welfare? Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(1): 57-75.

Hogan, B. R., G. Krishnamoorthy and J. J. Ganesh. 2017. Pro forma earnings presentation effects and investment decisions. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 11-24.

Hurley, P. J. 2017. Ego depletion and auditors' busy season. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 25-35.

Kenno, S. A., S. A. McCracken, and S. E. Salterio. 2017. Financial reporting interview-based research: A field research primer with an illustrative example. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(1): 77-102.

Perreault, S., J. Wainberg and B. L. Luippold. 2017. The impact of client error-management climate and the nature of the auditor-client relationship on external auditor reporting decisions. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 37-50.

Pietsch, C. P. R. and W. F. Messier Jr. 2017. The effects of time pressure on belief revision in accounting: A review of relevant literature within a pressure-arousal-effort-performance framework. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 51-71.

Spekle, R. F., H. J. van Elten and S. K. Widener. 2017. Creativity and control: A paradox - Evidence from the levers of control framework. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 73-96. (Development of a structural equation model, based on a survey of 233 business unit managers, indicating that the intensity of use of the levers of control framework system of controls is positively associated with empowerment and creativity).

Svanberg, J. and P. Ohman. 2017. Does charismatic client leadership constrain auditor objectivity? Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(1): 103-118.

Young, R. F. 2017. Blowing the whistle: Individual persuasion under perceived threat of retaliation. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 97-111.