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Daniel Aobdia
Daniel Aobdia
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Do practitioner assessments agree with academic proxies for audit quality? Evidence from PCAOB and internal inspections
D Aobdia
Journal of Accounting and Economics 67 (1), 144-174, 2019
343*2019
Capital market consequences of audit partner quality
D Aobdia, CJ Lin, R Petacchi
The Accounting Review 90 (6), 2143-2176, 2015
2742015
The impact of the PCAOB individual engagement inspection process—Preliminary evidence
D Aobdia
The Accounting Review 93 (4), 53-80, 2018
1922018
Regulatory oversight and auditor market share
D Aobdia, N Shroff
Journal of Accounting and Economics 63 (2-3), 262-287, 2017
1412017
Inter-industry network structure and the cross-predictability of earnings and stock returns
D Aobdia, J Caskey, NB Ozel
Review of Accounting Studies 19, 1191-1224, 2014
1272014
Proprietary information spillovers and supplier choice: Evidence from auditors
D Aobdia
Review of Accounting Studies 20, 1504-1539, 2015
982015
The Economic Consequences of Audit Firms’ Quality Control System Deficiencies
D Aobdia
Management Science, Forthcoming, 2019
91*2019
Unionization, product market competition, and strategic disclosure
D Aobdia, L Cheng
Journal of Accounting and Economics 65 (2-3), 331-357, 2018
662018
Employee mobility, noncompete agreements, product-market competition, and company disclosure
D Aobdia
Review of Accounting Studies, 2018
582018
Heterogeneity in expertise in a credence goods setting: Evidence from audit partners
D Aobdia, S Siddiqui, A Vinelli
Review of Accounting Studies 26, 693-729, 2021
55*2021
Are immigrants complements or substitutes? Evidence from the audit industry
D Aobdia, A Srivastava, E Wang
Management Science 64 (5), 1997-2012, 2018
512018
Political connections and government-awarded economic incentives: US state-level evidence
D Aobdia, A Koester, R Petacchi
SSRN, 2019
48*2019
The economics of audit production: What matters for audit quality? An empirical analysis of the role of mid-level managers within the audit firm
D Aobdia, P Choudhary, N Newberger
The Accounting Review, forthcoming, 2022
47*2022
Why do auditors fail to report material weaknesses in internal controls? Evidence from the PCAOB data
D Aobdia, P Choudhary, G Sadka
Evidence from the PCAOB Data (December 17, 2020), 2020
27*2020
Consequences of low-quality audits for engagement partners: The importance of audit firm quality control systems
D Aobdia, R Petacchi
Available at SSRN 2983900, 2019
232019
Changes in Big N auditors’ client selection and retention strategies over time
D Aobdia, L Enache, A Srivastava
Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting 56, 715-754, 2021
16*2021
Public audit oversight and the originate-to-distribute model
D Aobdia, Y Dou, J Kim
Journal of Accounting and Economics 72 (1), 101420, 2021
142021
Why shouldn, t higher-IQ audit partners deliver better audits? A discussion of “IQ and audit quality: Do smarter auditors deliver better audits?”
D Aobdia
Contemporary Accounting Research 36 (3), 1404-16, 2019
14*2019
Do us corporations hire us educated skilled immigrants to lower their labor costs? evidence from the audit industry
D Aobdia, A Srivastava
Evidence from the Audit Industry (February 2, 2018), 2018
112018
The effect of audit firm internal inspections on auditor effort and financial reporting quality
D Aobdia, RC Petacchi
The Accounting Review 98 (5), 1-29, 2023
10*2023
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