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Christine Earley

Academic Staff
Associate Dean, School of Business (2012-2014)

Contact Information:

cearley@providence.edu
401-865-2056
Koffler Hall

Education:


Ph.D. - Accounting University of Pittsburgh, Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business

Area(s) of Expertise:

Auditing and ethics in accounting

Awards and Honors:

Scholarship Collaboration Award - Providence College School of Business
Outstanding Author Contribution Award - Emerald Literati Network
Innovation in Auditing and Assurance Education Award - American Accounting Association Auditing Section
School of Business Innovation in Teaching Award - University of Connecticut
School of Business Undergraduate Teaching Award - University of Connecticut

Selected Publications:

Cullinan, Charles ., Earley, Christine., Roush, Pamela. (2013). Multiple Auditing Standards & Standard Setting: Implications for Practice and Education. Current Issues in Auditing, 7 (1), C1-C10.

Hurtt, R.., Brown-Liburd, Helen., Earley, Christine., Krishnamoorthy, Ganesh. (2013). Research on Auditor Professional Skepticism: Literature Synthesis and Opportunities for Future Research. Auditing: A Journal Of Practice And Theory, 32 (Supplement), 45-97.

Kelly, Patrick., Earley, Christine. (2011). Ethical Leaders in Accounting. Advances in Accounting Education, 12, 53-76.

Kelly, Patrick., Earley, Christine. (2009). Leadership and Organizational Culture: Lessons Learned from Arthur Andersen. Accounting and the Public Interest, 9, 129-147.

Earley, Christine., Hoffman, Vicky., Joe, Jennifer. (2008). Reducing Management's Influence on Auditors' Judgments: An Experiemental Investigation of SOX 404 Assessments. Accounting Review, Eds. Dan S. Dhaliwal. 83 (6), 1461-1485.

Ballou, Brian., Earley, Christine., Rich, Jay. (2004). The Impact of Strategic Positioning Evaluation on Auditor Judgments About Business Process Performance. Auditing: A Journal Of Practice And Theory, 23 (2), 71-88.

Earley, Christine. (2002). The Differential Use of Information by Experienced and Novice Auditors in the Performance of Complex Audit Tasks. Contemporary Accounting Research, 19 (4), 595-614.

Earley, Christine. (2001). Knowledge Acquisition in Auditing: Training Novice Auditors to Recognize Cue Relationships in Real Estate Valuation. Accounting Review, 76 (1), 81-97.

Recent Presentations:

Hartley, Carol., Earley, Christine., American Accounting Association Northeast Regional Meeting, American Accounting Association, "Opening Plenary " A Decade of Accounting Wars"". October, 2012.


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