Monika Causholli presented her co-authored paper titled "Board Connectedness and non-GAAP Earnings" at Ohio State University this month.
Dan Stone, Matt Sooy, Partha Mohapatra, and Sid Bundy's paper, “Aristocracy or Meritocracy? The Role of Elite Pedigree and Research Performance in New Accounting Faculty Placements” has been accepted for publication in Issues in Accounting Education.
Dan Stone and Yu-Tzu Chang's paper “Impression Management in Public Sector Audit Proposals: Language and Fees,” was recently published in the European Accounting Review.
Nargess Golshan's paper titled “Does distance matter? An investigation of partners who audit distant clients and the effects on audit quality," was accepted for publication by Contemporary Accounting Research. The paper is co-authored with Nicholas Hallman (University of Texas at Austin) and Jere Francis (Maastricht University).
Hong Xie presented a paper titled "Earnings Conference Calls and Lazy Prices," (co-authored with Dan Stone and Michael Zhang) at the University of Louisville on 10/8/2021.
Ben Commerford's paper, "Control Issues: How Providing Input Affects Auditor Reliance on Artificial Intelligence" won the Outstanding Manuscript Award at the American Accounting Association ABO Research Conference in San Antonio, Texas.
Ben Commerford's paper "Man versus Machine: Complex Estimates and Auditor Reliance on Artificial Intelligence," was accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting Research. The paper is co-authored with Gatton Ph.D.
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Olivia N. Davis and Darshak Patel were honored with the 2021 University of Kentucky Outstanding Teaching Awards on September 30.
Ben Commerford, Arthur Andersen Associate Professor recently presented his paper, "'Alexa, audit loan grades!': Does humanizing artificial intelligence enhance auditor reliance?" at Colorado State University on September 10th.