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									Vicky Arnold

Books and Monographs:

Enterprise Risk Management: Identifying Risks in B2B E-Commerce Relationships, by V. Arnold, C.
Hampton, D. Khazanchi, and S.G. Sutton, Altamonte Springs, FL: Institute of Internal Auditors,
November 2004.

Journals:

Hageman, A.M., V. Arnold, and S.G. Sutton. “Understanding the Philosophical and Theoretical Bases for 25
Years of U.S. Tax Policy.” Accounting and the Public Interest, forthcoming, 2009.

McCall, H., V. Arnold, and S.G. Sutton. “Use of Knowledge Management Systems and the Impact on
Declarative Knowledge Acquisition.” Journal of Information Systems, forthcoming 2008.

Sutton, S.G., D. Khazanchi, C. Hampton, and V. Arnold, “Risk Analysis in an Extended Enterprise
Environment: Identification of Key Risk Factors in B2B E-Commerce Relationships.” Journal of the
Association of Information Systems, 9(3-4) 2008, pp. 153-176.

Sutton, S.G., G. Smedley, and V. Arnold. “Accounting for Collaborative Supply Chain Relationships:
Issues and Strategies.” International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, forthcoming 2008.

Canada, J., T. Benford, V. Arnold and S.G. Sutton. “The Impact of Corporate Governance Legislation on
the Market for Corporate Ownership.” Corporate Ownership and Control 6(1), 2008, pp. 138-146.

Arnold, V., T. Benford, J. Canada, J.R. Kuhn, S.G. Sutton. “The Unintended Consequences of Sarbanes-
Oxley on Technology Innovation and Supply Chain Integration.” Journal of Emerging Technologies in
Accounting, forthcoming 2007.

Arnold, V. and S.G. Sutton. “The Impact of Enterprise Systems on Business and Audit Practice and the
Implications for University Accounting Education.” International Journal of Enterprise Information
Systems, 3(4), 2007: pp. 1-21.

Arnold, V. “Behavioral Research Opportunities: Understanding the Impact of Enterprise Systems.”
International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 7(1), March 2006 pp. 7-17.

Arnold, V., N. Clark, P.A. Collier, S.A. Leech, and S.G. Sutton. “The Differential Use and Effect of
Knowledge-Based System Explanations in Novice and Expert Judgment Decisions.” MIS Quarterly
30(1), March 2006, pp. 79-97.

Guan, L., S.G. Sutton, J. Chang, and V. Arnold. “Further Evidence on Shareholder Wealth Effects for
Announcements of Newly Created CIO Positions.” DATABASE of Advances in Information Systems 37,
2/3, 2006, pp. 176-191.

Arnold, V., N. Clark, P.A. Collier, S.A. Leech, and S.G. Sutton. “Using Knowledge Based Systems to
Promote Judgment Consistency in Multi-Cultural Firm Environments.” Journal of Emerging
Technologies in Accounting 2, 2005, pp. 33-59.

Sutton, S. and V. Arnold. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Changing Role of the CIO and IT Function.”
International Journal of Business Information Systems 1(1/2) 2005, pp. 118-128.
Arnold, V., P.A. Collier, S.A. Leech, and S.G. Sutton, “The Impact of Intelligent Decision Aids on
Experienced and Novice Decision Makers‟ Judgments.” Accounting and Finance, March 2004, pp. 1-26.

Arnold, V., N. Clark, P.A. Collier, S.A. Leech, and S.G. Sutton, “Explanation Provision and Use in an
Intelligent Decision Aid.” International Journal of Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and
Management, 12(1), March 2004, pp. 5-27.

Wilkinson, B., V. Arnold and S.G. Sutton. “Understanding the Socialization Strategies of the Major
Accountancy Firms.” Accounting and the Public Interest, 4, 2003, pp. 58-79. Available at
http://aaahq.org/ic/browse.htm.



Tanya Benford

Journal Articles:

“The Impact of Corporate Government Legislation On The Market For Corporate Ownership” Co-authored
with Joseph Canada, Vicky Arnold, and Steve Sutton. Corporate Ownership and Control (2008), 138-146.


“The Unintended consequences of Sarbanes-Oxley on Technology Innovation and Supply Chain
Integration” Co-authored with Vicky Arnold, Joseph Canada, John Kuhn, and Steve Sutton. Forthcoming
in the Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting Volume 4, v. 4 2007.

“Optimizing The „Fit‟ Between Electronic Communication Media And Audit Tasks” Co-authored with
James E. Hunton, University of South Florida and Anna Nöteberg, University of Amsterdam. Published
in the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems Vol. 4, 2003.



Donna Bobek

Journal Articles:

“Institutional Ownership and Corporate Political Activity: Evidence from the Insurance Industry” (with L.
Mahoney and R. Roberts). Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting. 2008,
Volume 12: 23-46.

“An Experiential Investigation of Tax Professionals‟ Ethical Environment” (with R. Radtke) Journal of
the American Taxation Association. 2007, Volume 29(2): 63-84.

“The Social Norms of Tax Compliance: Evidence from Australia, Singapore and the United States” (with
R. Roberts and J. Sweeney), Journal of the Business Ethics. 2007, Volume 74: 49-64.

“An Investigation of Why Taxpayers Prefer Refunds: A Theory of Planned Behavior Approach” (with R.
Hatfield and K. Wentzel). Journal of the American Taxation Association. 2007, Volume 29 (1): 93-111.
“Determinants of Tax Professionals‟ Advice Aggressiveness and Fees” (with R. Hatfield) Advances in
Accounting Behavioral Research. 2004, Volume 7, pp. 27-51.

“Professional Liability Suits Against Tax Accountants: Some Empirical Evidence Regarding Case Merit”
(with R. Hatfield and S. Kramer). Advances in Taxation. 2004, Volume 16, pp. 3-23.

“The Politics of Tax Accounting in the United States: Evidence from the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997”
(with R. Roberts). Accounting Organizations and Society. 2004, Volume 20, pp. 565-590.

“An Investigation of the Theory of Planned Behavior and the Role of Moral Obligation in Taxpayers‟
Compliance Decisions” (with R. Hatfield). Behavioral Research in Accounting. 2003, Volume 15, pp. 13-
38.


Lynda Dennis

Journal Articles:

Dennis, L. (2008). Frequent Frauds Found in Governmental and Not-for-Profit Organizations.
Lewisville, TX. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Dennis, L. (2008). Fraud in the Governmental and Not-for-Profit Environments: What a Steal!
Lewisville, TX. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Wang, X., Dennis, L. & Tu, J. (2007) Measuring Financial Condition: A Study of U.S. States. Public
Budgeting and Finance, 27, 2, 1-22.

Dennis, L. (2007) The 2007 Government Auditing Standards: An Overview. Florida CPA Today, 23, 6
(November/December 2007).

Dennis, L. (2007). Assessing Audit Risks: Back to Basics. Florida CPA Today, 23, 4 (July/August
2007).

Dennis, L. & Johnson, W. (2006). It‟s a Small World. Florida CPA Today, 22, 4 (July/August 2006).

Dennis, L. (2004). Measuring Government Performance: The Time Has Come. Florida CPA Today, 20,
3 (May/June 2004).

Dennis, L. & Liberman, A. (2004). Indicators of a Healthy and Sustainable Community: The Central
Florida Experience. Healthcare Manager, 23, 2, 145-155.

Book Chapters:

Dennis, L. (2007). Public Works Finance. In Public Works Administration.          Kansas City, MO:
American Public Works Association.

Dennis, L. (2005). Control Systems. In Jack Rabin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Public Administration and
Public Policy. New York, NY: Marcel Dekker.

Dennis, L. (2005). Fraud in the Governmental and Not-for-Profit Environments:         What a Steal!
Lewisville, TX. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Books:

Dennis, L. (2005). Beyond Vision and Mission – Reaching Operational and Financial Goals in
Governments and NPOs: How to Actually Implement Organizational Strategy. New York, NY.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Dennis, L. (2004). A Public Finance Primer for Public Works Professionals: What You Need to Know
But Didn’t Know How to Ask. Kansas City, MO. American Public Works Association.

Dennis, L. (2004). Fraud in the Governmental and Not-for-Profit Environments:            What a Steal!
Lewisville, TX. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

CPE Course Work:

Dennis, L. (2007). Frequent Frauds Found in Governmental and Not-for-Profit Organizations.
Lewisville, TX. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Dennis, L. (2007). Fraud in the Governmental and Not-for-Profit Environments:            What a Steal!
Lewisville, TX. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Dennis, L. (2006). Fraud in the Governmental and Not-for-Profit Environments:            What a Steal!
Lewisville, TX. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.


Peggy Dwyer

Journal Articles:

Dwyer, P., Roberts, R. (2004). "Known by the Company They Keep: An Investigation of Policy
Preference of Federal Legislators Supported by the United States Public Accounting Profession." Critical
Perspectives on Accounting, 15(6/7), 865-883.

Dwyer, P., Roberts, R. (2004). The Contemporary Gender Agenda of the U.S. Public Accounting
Profession: Embracing Feminism or Maintaining Empire. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 15(1),
159-178.

Dwyer, P., Roberts, R. W., Sweeney, J. T. (2003). Political Strategies Used by the US Public Accounting
Profession during Audit Liability Reform: The Case of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of
1995. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 22(5), 433-457.

Roberts, R., Dwyer, P., Sweeney, J. (2003). Political Strategies Used by the U. S. Public Accounting
Profession during Auditor Liability Reform: The Case of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of
1995. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 22, 433-457.


Paul Goldwater

Journal Articles:
Fogarty, T. and Goldwater, P., " Protecting the Solution: A “High-Tech” Method to Guarantee Individual
Effort In Accounting Classes," Accounting Education: An International Journal. Vol. 16(2), pp. 1-15,
2007.

Fogarty, T and Goldwater, P. “The Power of Arrays” Journal of Accountancy, March 2007, Vol. 203, pp.
52-56.

Fogarty, Timothy J, P. Goldwater, "Protecting the Solution: A High-Tech Answer to Academic Integrity,"
Proceedings of the North American Accounting Society 2005 Meetings, pp. 57-94, March 2005.



Steven Hornik

Journal Articles:

Hornik, S., Johnson, R. D., Wu, Y. (2007). When Technology Does Not Support Learning: The Negative
Consequences of Dissonance of Individual Epistemic Beliefs in Technology Mediated Learning. Journal
of Organizational End-User Computing, 19(2), pp. 23-46.

Hornik, S., Arbaugh, J. B. (2006). Do Chickering and Gamson's Seven Principles Also Work Online? The
Journal of Educators Online, 3(2), pp. 1-18

Hornik, S. (2006). When Technology Does Not Support Learning: The Negative Consequences of
Dissonance of Individual Epistemic Beliefs in Technology Mediated Learning. Journal of Organizational
End-User Computer, 14(4).

Hornik, S., Chen, H. H.G., Klein, G., Jiang, J. J. (2003). Communication Skills of IS Providers: An
Expectation Gap Analysis from Three Stakeholder Perspectives. IEEE Transactions on Professional
Communication, 46(1).


Book Chapters:

Cagle , J., Hornik, S. (2004). Teaching with Technology: Infrastructure Support and Online Discussions.
Integrating Technology in Higher Education.



Charles Kelliher

Journal Articles:

Effects of Information Load and Cognitive Style on Information Search Strategies, with Lois Mahoney.
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research. Volume 10. (2007).

Kelliher, C., Mahoney, L. (2007). The Effects of Personality Type and Information Overload on Subjects'
Information Search Strategies. Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research
Make Excel a Little Smarter: Teach your spreadsheets some useful tricks, with Lois Mahoney. Journal of
Accountancy (July 2003).


Charles Lako

Books:

Lako, C. (2008). The Legal & Ethical Environment of Business and E-Commerce (compiled the book)
(Vol. One). Cengage Publishers.

Lako, C. (2006). The Legal & Ethical Environment of Business and E-Commerce (compiled the book)
(Vol. One). Thompson.


Sean Robb

Journal Articles:

“Revenue Manipulation and Restatements by Loss Firms”, with Jeff Callen and Dan Segal, Auditing: A
Journal of Practice and Theory, Vol. 27 (2), November 2008. (Forthcoming).

“Precision in Accounting Information, Financial Leverage and the Value of Equity”, with Glenn Feltham
and Ping Zhang, Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting, Vol. 34, No. 7/8, Sept/Oct 2007, 1099-
1122.

“Bank Capitalization and Lending Behavior after the Introduction of the Basle Accord”, with Ling Chu,
Robert Mathieu and Ping Zhang, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Vol. 28, No. 2,
February 2007, 147-162.

“Leadership Structure and the Value of Debt Contracts: Evidence From the Canadian Market”, with
Robert Mathieu and Ping Zhang, The International Journal of Accounting, Vol. 41, No. 2, Summer 2006,
119-140.

“Corporate Nonfinancial Disclosure Practices and Financial Analyst Forecast Ability Across Three
European Countries”, with Ann Vanstraelen and Marilyn Zarzeski, Journal of International Financial
Management and Accounting, Vol. 14, No. 3, Autumn 2003, 249-278.

“Quality of Earnings as a Framing Device and Unifying Theme in Intermediate Financial Accounting”,
with Joel Amernic, Issues in Accounting Education, Vol. 18, No. 1, February 2003, 1-21.



Robin Roberts

Journal Articles:

Cho, Charles, Jennifer Chen, and Robin W. Roberts, “The Politics of Environmental Disclosure
Regulation in the Chemical and Petroleum Industries: Evidence from the Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986.” Critical Perspectives on Accounting 19 (4, 2008), pp. 450-465.
Chen, Jennifer, Dennis M. Patten, and Robin W. Roberts, “Corporate Charitable Contributions: A
Corporate Social Performance or Legitimacy Strategy?” Journal of Business Ethics 82 (2008), pp. 131-
144.

Bobek, Donna, Lois Mahoney, and Robin W. Roberts, “Stakeholder Management, Institutional
Ownership and Corporate Political Activity: Evidence from the Insurance Industry.” Research on
Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting 12 (2008), pp. 23-46.

Cho, Charles, Robin W. Roberts and Sherron K. Roberts, “Chinese Students in US Accounting and
Business Ph.D. Programs: Educational, Political and Social Considerations.” Critical Perspectives on
Accounting 19 (2, 2008), pp. 199-216.

Thornburg, Steven, and Robin W. Roberts, “Money, Politics, and the Regulation of Professional Services
Firms: Evidence from the U.S. CPA profession and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.” Accounting,
Organizations and Society 33 (2-3, 2008), pp. 229-248.

Mahoney, Lois, and Robin W. Roberts, “Corporate Social and Environmental Performance and Their
Relation to Financial Performance and Institutional Ownership: Empirical Evidence on Canadian Firms.”
Accounting Forum 31 (3, 2007), pp. 233-253.

Bobek, Donna, Robin W. Roberts, and John Sweeney, “The Social Norms of Tax Compliance: Evidence
from Australia, Singapore and the United States” Journal of Business Ethics 74 (1, 2007), pp. 49-64.

Roberts, Robin W. “Politics and the Public Accounting Profession in the U.S.: Implications for the
Federal Regulation of Auditing and Financial Reporting.” Advances in Public Interest Accounting 12
(2007), pp. 85-102.

Cho, Charles, Den Patten, and Robin W. Roberts, “The Politics of Corporate Environmental Regulation
and Accounting Disclosure.” Journal of Business Ethics 67 (2, 2006), pp. 139-154.

Mahoney, Lois and Robin W. Roberts, “Corporate Social Performance: Empirical Evidence on Canadian
Firms.” Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting 9 (2004), pp. 73-100.

Dwyer, Peggy D., and Robin W. Roberts, “Known by the Company They Keep: An Investigation of
Policy Preferences of Federal Legislators Supported by the United States Public Accounting Profession.”
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 15 (6/7, 2004), pp. 865-883.

Roberts, Robin W., and Lois Mahoney, “A Critical Analysis of the Stakeholder Concept: Its Meaning,
Use, and Usefulness in Accounting Research,” Business Ethics Quarterly 14(3, 2004), pp. 399-431.

Roberts, Robin W., and Donna D. Bobek, “The Politics of Tax Accounting in the US: Evidence from the
Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.” Accounting, Organizations and Society 29 (May/June 2004), pp.565-590.

Roberts, Robin W., “Managerialism in U.S. Universities: Implications for the Academic Accounting
Profession,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting 15 (April/May 2004), pp. 461-467.

Dwyer, Peggy D. and Robin W. Roberts, “The Contemporary Gender Agenda of the U.S. Public
Accounting Profession: Embracing Feminism or Maintaining Empire? Critical Perspectives on
Accounting 15 (January 2004), pp. 159-177.
Roberts, Robin W., Peggy D. Dwyer, and John T. Sweeney, “Political Strategies Used by the U. S. Public
Accounting Profession during Auditor Liability Reform: The Case of the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995,” Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 22 (September/October 2003), pp. 433-
457.


Pamela Roush

Journal Articles:

Roush, P., Mahoney, L., Bandy, D. (2003). An Investigation of the Effects of Decisional Guidance and
Cognitive Ability on Decision-Making Involving Uncertainty Data. Information and Organization, 13(2),
pp. 85-110.


Steven Sutton

Books:

Accounting Information Systems 6th ed. (w/U.J. Gelinas and J.E. Hunton) Cleveland, OH: Southwestern
Publishing (ITP). 2005, 637 pages.

Acquiring, Developing, & Implementing Accounting Information Systems. (w/ U.J. Gelinas and J.E.
Hunton) Cleveland, OH: Southwestern Publishing (ITP). 2005, 136 pages.

Business Processes and Information Technology (w/U.J. Gelinas and J. Fedorowicz) Cleveland, OH:
Southwestern Publishing (ITP). 2004, 524 pages.

Monographs:

Enterprise Risk Management: Identifying Risks in B2B E-Commerce Relationships (w/ V. Arnold, C.
Hampton, and D. Khazanchi). Altamonte Springs, FL: Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation.
2004, 102 pages.

Journal Articles:

Hageman, A.M., V. Arnold, and S.G. Sutton. “Understanding the Philosophical and Theoretical Bases for 25
Years of U.S. Tax Policy.” Accounting and the Public Interest (Forthcoming).

Arnold, V., C. Hampton, D. Khazanchi, and S.G. Sutton. “Risk Analysis in an Extended Enterprise
Environment: Identification of Key Risk Factors in B2B E-Commerce Relationships” Journal of the
Association for Information Systems 9(3-4). 2008. pp. 153-176.

McCall, H., V. Arnold, and S.G. Sutton. “Use of Knowledge Management Systems and the Impact on
Declarative Knowledge Acquisition.” Journal of Information Systems 22(1) 2008, pp. 77-101.

Canada, J., J.R. Kuhn, Jr., and S.G. Sutton. “Accidentally in the Public Interest: The Perfect Storm that
Yielded the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.” Critical Perspectives on Accounting 19(7), 2008, pp. 987-1003.
Sutton S.G., Smedley, G. and V. Arnold. “Accounting For Collaborative Supply Chain Relationships:
Issues and Strategies” International Journal of Digital Accounting Research 8(14), 2008, pp. 1-22.

Canada, J., T. Benford, V. Arnold and S.G. Sutton. “The Impact of Corporate Governance Legislation on
the Market for Corporate Ownership” Corporate Ownership and Control 6(1), 2008, pp. 138-146.

Smedley, G. and S.G. Sutton. “The Effect of Alternative Procedural Explanation Types on Procedural
Knowledge Acquisition During Knowledge-Based Systems Use” Journal Information Systems 21(1)
2007, pp. 27-52.

Arnold, V., Benford, T., Canada, J., J.R. Kuhn, Jr., and S.G. Sutton. “The Unintended Consequences Of
Sarbanes-Oxley On Technology Innovation And Supply Chain Integration.” Journal of Emerging
Technologies in Accounting 4, 2007, pp: 103-122.

Arnold, V. and S.G. Sutton. “The Impact of Enterprise Systems on Business and Audit Practice and the
Implications for University Accounting Education” International Journal of Enterprise Information
Systems 3(4), 2007, pp. 1-21.

Arnold, V., N. Clark, P.A. Collier, S.A. Leech, and S.G. Sutton. “The Differential Use and Effect of
Knowledge-Based System Explanations in Novice and Expert Judgment Decisions” MIS Quarterly 30(1)
2006, pp. 79-97.

Guan, L., S.G. Sutton, J. Chang, and V. Arnold. “Further Evidence on Shareholder Wealth Effects for
Announcements of Newly Created CIO Positions.” DATABASE of Advances in Information Systems
37(2,3), 2006, pp. 176-191.

Kuhn, J.R. and S.G. Sutton. “Learning from WorldCom: Implications for Fraud Detection through
Continuous Assurance.” Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting 3, 2006, pp 61-80.

Sutton, S.G. “Extended-Enterprise Systems Impact on Enterprise Risk Management” Journal of
Enterprise Information Management 19(1) 2006, pp 97-114.

Sutton, S.G. “Enterprise systems and the re-shaping of accounting systems: A call for research”
International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 7(1) 2006, 1-6.

Arnold, V., N. Clark, P.A. Collier, S.A. Leech, and S.G. Sutton. “Using Knowledge Based Systems to
Promote Judgment Consistency in Multi-Cultural Firm Environments.” Journal of Emerging
Technologies in Accounting 2, 2005, pp. 33-59.

Sutton, S.G. and V. Arnold. “The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Changing Role of the CIO and the IT
Function.” International Journal of Business Information Systems 1(1/2) 2005, pp. 118-128.

Arnold, V., P.A. Collier, S.A. Leech, and S.G. Sutton. “The Impact of Intelligent Decision Aids on
Experienced and Novice Decision Makers‟ Judgments.” Accounting and Finance, March 2004, pp. 1-26.

Smedley, G. and S.G. Sutton. “Explanation Provision in Knowledge-Based Systems: A Theory Driven
Approach for Knowledge Transfer Designs” Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting 1, 2004,
pp. 41-61.
Arnold, V., N. Clark, P.A. Collier, S.A. Leech, and S.G. Sutton. “Explanation Provision and Use in an
Intelligent Decision Aid.” International Journal of Intelligent Systems in Accounting Finance and
Management 12(1), March 2004, pp. 5-27.

Wilkinson, B., V. Arnold, and S.G. Sutton. “Understanding The Enculteration Processes of the Major
Accountancy Firms.” Accounting and the Public Interest 4, 2003, pp. 58-79.

Sutton, S.G. and C. Hampton. “Risk Assessment in an Extended Enterprise Environment: Re-Defining
the Audit Model.” International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 4(1), April, 2003, pp. 57-74.

Editorials:

Sutton, S.G. 2005. “The Role of AIS Research in Guiding Practice” International Journal of Accounting
Information Systems 6(1) 1-4.

Sutton, S.G. 2004. “Editor‟s comments: Rediscovering our IS roots” International Journal of Accounting
Information Systems 5(1) 1-4

Sutton, S.G. 2004. “Editor‟s comments: The role of (and need for) theory in AIS research” International
Journal of Accounting Information Systems 5(3): pp. 281-284.



Gregory Trompeter

Journal Articles:

Asare, S., Cohen, J., Trompeter, G. (2005). “The Effect of Management Integrity and Non-audit Services
on Client Screening and Staffing Decisions.” The Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 24(6), pp.
489-520.

Asare, S., Cohen, J., Trompeter, G. (2006). “The Effect of Management Integrity and Non-audit Services
on Client Screening and Staffing Decisions.” The ICFAI Journal of Audit Practice. Institute of Chartered
Financial Analysts of India Press. Banjara Hills Hyderabad, India.

Niece, J., Trompeter, G. (2004). “The Demise of Arthur Andersen & Co.‟s One-firm Concept: A Case
Study in Corporate Governance.” Business and Society Review, pp. 183-207.


Judith Welch

Journal Articles:

“Using Graphical Presentations in Government Financial Reports,” Walter L. Johnson and Judith K.
Welch, Government Finance Review, April, 2007, pp. 25-32.

“Click…and the Database Loads into Excel,” Lois S. Mahoney and Judith K. Welch, Journal of
Accountancy, September, 2006, pp. 53-56.
“Double Teaming in Excel,” Judith K. Welch, Lois S. Mahoney and Daniel R. Brickner, Journal of
Accountancy, November, 2005, pp. 83-85.

Reprint “Spreadsheets with Something Extra” Lois S Mahoney and Judith K. Welch, CFMA Building
Profits, July/August 2004.

“Spreadsheets with Something Extra” Lois S Mahoney and Judith K. Welch, Journal of Accountancy,
February, 2003, pp. 52-56.

								
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