2001 AAA Annual
The 2001 Annual Meeting will be held
on August 12-15 in Atlanta. I want to encourage everyone to attend as the
program is outstanding. I would like to thank all of you who submitted papers
as we had a large number of high-quality submissions. I would also like to
thank the reviewers as well as those you have agreed to serve as moderators and
discussants. Kathryn Kadous was also very helpful in putting the program
together. I look forward to seeing you in Atlanta!
2001 AAA Annual Meeting: ABO
August 13 (Monday), 2:00
Task-Relevant Knowledge and Decision Making
The Effect of
Knowledge and Decision Aids on Information Search Strategy and Performance.
John A. Barrick and Brian C. Spilker, Brigham Young University.
Knowledge, Adaptivity, and
Performance in Tax Research.
Anne M. Magro, University of Oklahoma.
Do Audit Committee Members Know
What They Know? An Exploratory Note.
Greg Berberich and Steven E. Salterio, University of Waterloo.
August 14 (Tuesday), 10:15
Financial Reporting and Forecasts
Characteristics, Market Prices, and Prediction Biases: Evidence from
Experimental Asset Markets.
Lucy F. Ackert, Kennesaw State University; Bryan K. Church, Georgia Tech; and
Ping Zhang, University of Toronto.
The Impact of Joint Venture
Accounting Methods and the Guarantee of Joint Venture Debt on Corporate Lending
Decisions and Debt Covenant Restrictions.
Wendy Bailey, University of California, Riverside.
Effects of Materiality, Risk, and
Ethical Perceptions on Earnings Manipulation: A Study of Executive Judgment.
William Shafer, Pepperdine University.
August 14 (Tuesday), 4:00
Accounting Systems Behavioral Issues
The Reaction of
Financial Analysts to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Implementation Plans.
Ruth A. McEwen, Suffolk University; James E. Hunton, University of South
Florida; and Benson Wier, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Quality of IS Information,
Innovation Budget Pressure, and Departmental Performance.
Alan S. Dunk, University of Tasmania.
The Decision-Facilitating Role of
Management Accounting Systems on Managerial Performance: The Influence of Locus
of Control and Task Uncertainty.
Vincent K. Chong and Ian R.C. Eggleton, The University of Western Australia.
August 15 (Wednesday), 10:15
Group and Team Interactive Processes
Teams as a Learning
Forum for Accounting Professionals: An Analysis.
Gary Kleinman, Philip H. Siegel, and Claire Eckstein, Fairleigh Dickinson
Decision-Making Performance of
Interacting Groups in Accounting: An Experimental Investigation of the Effects
of Task Type and Communication Mode.
Uday S. Murthy and David S. Kerr, Texas A&M University.
Task Interdependence, Budget-Based
Incentives, and Performance.
Theresa Libby, Wilfrid Laurier University; Linda Thorne and Steven Lee, York
August 15 Wednesday), 10:15
Panel: Behavioral Management Accounting Research: Enhancing Research Progress
by Strengthening Links With Other Sciences Disciplines.
Sisaye, Duquesne University
- Geoffrey B. Sprinkle, Indiana
- Kenneth A. Merchant, University of
- Jacob G. Birnberg, University of
- Peter Miller, London School of
August 15 (Wednesday), 2:00
Professional and Organizational Issues in the Accounting Profession.
Big 5 Auditors
Professional and Organizational Identification.
E. Michael Bamber, University of Georgia; Venkataraman Iyer, University of
North Carolina at Greensboro.
Professional Future: Proactive Jurisdictional Management by Accounting
Organizations in the USA.
Timothy J. Fogarty, David R. Campbell, and Vaughan Radcliffe, Case Western
The Relevance of Transformational
Leadership to Non-Traditional Accounting Services: Information Systems
Assurance and Business Consulting.
Ralph E. Viator, Texas Tech University.