Knechel, Driskill, and Thomas. 2019. Understanding financial auditing from a service perspective. Accounting, Organizations and Society. Forthcoming.
Donohoe, McGill, and Outslay. 2019. The geometry of international tax planning after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: A riff on circles, squares, and triangles. National Tax Journal, 72(4): 647-670.
Hinson, Tucker, and Weng. 2019. The tradeoff between relevance and comparability in segment reporting. Journal of Accounting Literature, 43: 70-86
Driskill, Kirk, and Tucker. 2019. Concurrent earnings announcements and analysts’ information production. The Accounting Review. Conditionally accepted.
Brown, Tian, and Tucker. 2018. The spillover effects of SEC comment letters on qualitative corporate disclosure: Evidence from the risk factor disclosure. Contemporary Accounting Research, 35 (2): 622-656.
Brown and Knechel. 2016. Auditor client compatibility and audit firm selection. Journal of Accounting Research, 54(5): 1331-1364.
Ryan, Tucker, and Zhou. 2016. Securitization and insider trading. The Accounting Review, 91(2): 649-675
Bell, Causholli, and Knechel. 2015. Audit firm tenure, non-audit services, and internal assessments of audit quality. Journal of Accounting Research, June, 461-631.
Ciconte, Kirk, and Tucker. 2014. Does the midpoint of range earnings forecasts represent managers’ expectations? Review of Accounting Studies, 19(2): 628-660
Donohoe, McGill, and Outslay. 2014. Risky business: The prosopography of tax planning structures. National Tax Journal, 67(4): 851–874.
Donohoe and Knechel. 2014. Does corporate tax aggressiveness influence audit pricing. Contemporary Accounting Research, 31: 284-308.
Donohoe, McGill, and Outslay. 2013. Back to the drawing board: The structural and accounting consequences of a switch to a territorial tax system. National Tax Journal, 66(3): 713-744.
Causholli, Knechel, Lin, Sappington. 2013. Competitive procurement of auditing services with limited information. European Accounting Review, September, 573-605.
Donohoe, McGill, and Outslay. 2012. Through a glass darkly: What can we learn about a U.S. multinational corporation’s international operations from is financial statement disclosures? National Tax Journal, 65(4): 961-984.
Lu and Tucker. 2012. Nonearnings corporate guidance. Financial Management, 947-977
Causholli and Knechel. 2012. An examination of the credence attributes of an audit. Accounting Horizons, December, 631-655.
Causholli and Knechel. 2012. Lending relationships, auditor quality and debt costs. Managerial Auditing Journal, 27 (6): 550-572.
Brown and Tucker, 2011. Large-sample evidence on firms’ year-over-year MD&A modifications. Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 49 (2): 309-346.
Donohoe and McGill. 2011. The effects of increased book-tax difference tax return disclosures on firm valuation and behavior. The Journal of the American Taxation Association, 33 (2).
Casterella, Jensen and Knechel. 2010. Litigation risk and audit firm characteristics. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, November, 71-82.
Causholli, DeMartinis, Hay, and Knechel. 2010. Audit markets, fees and production: Towards an integrated view of empirical audit research. Journal of Accounting Literature, 167-215.
Casterella, Jensen and Knechel. 2009. Is self-regulated peer review effective at signaling audit quality? The Accounting Review, May, 713-735.