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A rule requiring public companies to identify an individual audit partner in financial reporting has had little impact on audit quality, new research suggests.
Wall Street Journal
Lauren Cunningham, assistant professor of Accounting and Information Management, is researching the effect on audit quality of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s decision to begin requiring audit partners be named publically.
The Department of Accounting and Information Management faculty produces top-tier research in the areas of audit, corporate governance, financial reporting, information management and taxation.
Roy Schmardebeck and his coauthors were invited by SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson, Jr.