Eric Gooden, an assistant professor in the Department of Accountancy, had a paper published in Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory. The title of the paper is “The Effect of an Auditor Identity Disclosure Requirement on Audit Quality: An Experimental Examination Incorporating the Incremental Effect of a Signature Requirement” and is co-authored with Allen Blay, Mark Mellon and Douglas Stevens.
Read the abstract of Gooden’s paper here. The article is available with a subscription.
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