Congratulations to Dan Stone. His paper entitled, "Is Client-Specific Information Useful to Investors? Evidence from Key Audit Matter (KAM) Reports," with Dr. Yu-Tzu Chang (UK VASOA PhD graduate (2015), and Dr. Wuchun Chi has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance.
Congratulations to Monika Causholli, Brian Bratten, and recent Gatton Ph.D. graduate, Valbona Sulcaj. Their paper titled "Overseeing the external audit function: Evidence from audit committees’ reported activities " has been accepted for publication in Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory.
For the first time, a University of Kentucky Ph.D. student has been awarded the $25,000 Deloitte Foundation Fellowship
Monika Causholli presented the paper titled "Data Analytics Adoption, Social Support, and Internal Auditor Performance" at the University of Memphis.
The paper is co-authored with Gatton Ph.D. student Evisa Bogdani and Romina Rakipi from the University of Pisa.
Tyler Kleppe's paper titled "Did the Siebel Systems Case Limit the SEC's Ability to Enforce Regulation Fair Disclosure?" was accepted for publication at Journal of Accounting Research. The paper is co-authored with Kristian Allee (University of Arkansas), Brian Bushee (University of Pennsylvania), and Andrew Pierce (University of Manchester).
Ph.D. candidate Evisa Bogdani presented the paper, “Forward-Looking Disclosures and Accounting Information in Equity Crowdfunding Firms” at the 2022 Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Midyear Meeting.
Dr. Tyler Kleppe has been chosen to receive the 2022 American Accounting Association Outstanding Auditing Dissertation Award for his dissertation paper entitled, "Auditor Information Spillovers and Company Operating Performance: Evidence from Targeted Auditor Switches."
Mark (Sung-Yuan) Cheng, a Ph.D. student in the Von Allmen School of Accountancy, was recognized for his research in the 2021 University of Kentucky's GradResearch Live! Competition. Cheng placed second for research that provides evidence on when climate risk disclosures are important to investors.
Brian Bratten presented a paper titled "The Information Content of Managers' Climate Risk Disclosure," co-authored with Gatton Ph.D. student Mark Cheng, at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville last month.
Monika Causholli presented her paper titled "Data Analytics Adoption, Social Support, and Internal Auditor Performance" at the NHH Norwegian School of Economics and Temple University. This paper is co-authored with Gatton Ph.D.