Second Annual ABO Research Conference
Ethics and Behavior in Accounting
August 11-12, 1995
- Ethics and Accounting Research: The Issue of Truth, Karen
L. Hooks and Joseph J. Schultz, Jr.
- An Analysis of Moral and Social Influence on Taxpayer
Behavior, Dennis M. Hanno and George R. Violette
- Personal and Organizational Culture Effects on Auditor
Independence, Carolyn A. Windsor and Neal M. Ashkanasy
- An Evaluation of the Multidimensional Ethics Scale as a
Measure of Ethical Sensitivity: Implications for
Accounting Ethics Research, Jeffrey R. Cohen, Laurie W.
Pant, David J. Sharp
- Ethics, Experience, and Professional Skepticism: A
Situational Analysis, Michael K. Shaub and Janice E.
- Experimental Evidence on Independence Impairment
Conditions: Aggregate and Individual Results, Jeffrey W.
Schatzberg, Galen R. Sevcik and Brian Shapiro
- Ethics and Environmental Auditing: A Comparison of the
Levels of Moral Reasoning of Environmental Auditors and
Public Accountants, Devaun Kite, Timothy J. Louwers and
Robin R. Radtke
- Experimental Investigation of Ethical Standards and
Perceived Probability of Audit on Intentional
Noncompliance, Dipankar Ghosh and Terry L. Crain
- Partner Behavior and Audit Quality Reduction Acts: Views
of Partners and Senior managers, Joseph V. Carcello, Dana
R. Hermanson and H. Fenwick Huss
Presented papers were published in the 1996 Supplement to Behavioral
Research in Accounting. Abstracts
of the papers are available from the BRIA website.
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