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2022 journal article
Can Your Audit Team Effectively Multitask? It Might Depend on How They Communicate
CURRENT ISSUES IN AUDITING, 16(2), P17–P23.
By: J. Brazel, V. Brown * & J. Sidgman*
Do Different Data Analytics Impact Auditors' Decisions?
CURRENT ISSUES IN AUDITING, 16(2), P24–P38.
By: J. Brazel, E. Ehimwenma* & J. Koreff *
2021 journal article
Reporting Concerns About Earnings Quality: An Examination of Corporate Managers
JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS, 171(3), 435–457.
By: J. Brazel, L. Lucianetti * & T. Schaefer *
2019 journal article
Do Auditors and Audit Committees Lower Fraud Risk by Constraining Inconsistencies between Financial and Nonfinancial Measures?
AUDITING-A JOURNAL OF PRACTICE & THEORY, 38(1), 103–122.
By: J. Brazel & J. Schmidt *
How the Interplay between Financial and Nonfinancial Measures Affects Management Forecasting Behavior
JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING RESEARCH, 31(3), 41–63.
By: J. Brazel & B. Lail*
The Outcome Effect and Professional Skepticism
CURRENT ISSUES IN AUDITING, 13(1), P7–P16.
By: J. Brazel
The Outcome Effect and Professional Skepticism: A Replication and a Failed Attempt at Mitigation
BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH IN ACCOUNTING, 31(2), 135–143.
By: J. Brazel, C. Gimbar *, E. Maksymov * & T. Schaefer *
2018 journal article
CURRENT ISSUES IN AUDITING, 12(2), P7–15.
2017 journal article
Audit time pressure and earnings quality: An examination of accelerated filings
Accounting, Organizations and Society, 58, 50–66.
By: T. Lambert*, K. Jones *, J. Brazel & D. Showalter n
2015 journal article
Understanding investor perceptions of financial statement fraud and their use of red flags: evidence from the field
Review of Accounting Studies, 20(4), 1373–1406.
By: J. Brazel, K. Jones *, J. Thayer* & R. Warne *
2006 journal article
CEO compensation and the seasoned equity offering decision
Managerial and Decision Economics, 27(5), 363–378.
By: J. F. Brazel n & E. Webb*
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