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Nicholas Hallman

Assistant Professor

Department:     Accounting

Research Areas:     Accounting - Financial, Auditing

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Publications

Hallman, Nicholas and Schmidt, Jaime J. and Thompson, Anne, Audit Implications of Non-GAAP Reporting (July 23, 2021). 

A Matter of Appearances: How Does Auditing Expertise Benefit Audit Committees When Selecting Auditors? By: Matthew Baugh, Nicholas J.Hallman, Steven J. Kachelmeier. Contemporary Accounting Research. Mar2022, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p234-270.

Jere R. Francis, Nargess Golshan, and Nicholas Hallman. Does Distance Matter? An Investigation of Partners Who Audit Distant Clients and the Effects on Audit Quality. Contemporary Accounting Research.

Nicholas J. Hallman, Antonis Kartapanis, Jaime J. Schmidt. How do Auditors Respond to Competition? Evidence from the Bidding Process. Journal of Accounting and Economics.

Matthew Baugh, Nicholas Hallman, and Steven J. Kachelmeier. A Matter of Appearances: How Does Auditing Expertise Benefit Audit Committees When Selecting Auditors? Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.

 

Nicholas Hallman, John Howe, and Wei Wang. Analyst Coverage and Syndicated Lending. Review of Accounting Studies, forthcoming.

 

Nicholas Hallman, Jaime Schmidt, and Anne M. Thompson. Audit Implications of Non-GAAP Reporting [Conditionally accepted]. Journal of Accounting Research, forthcoming.

 

Jere R. Francis, Nargess Golshan, and Nicholas Hallman. Does Audit Partner Proximity to Clients Matter? Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.

 

Nicholas Hallman, Andrew J. Imdieke, Kyonghee Kim, and Raynolde Pereira. 2020. On the Relation between Insider Trading and Going Concern Opinions. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 39(1), 43-70.

 

Nicholas Hallman, Matthew Beck, and Joshua Gunn. 2019. The Geographic Decentralization of Audit Firms and Audit Quality. Journal of Accounting and Economics 68(1).

 

Mark L. Defond, Jere R. Francis, and Nicholas Hallman. 2018. Awareness of SEC Enforcement and Auditor Reporting Decisions. Contemporary Accounting Research 35(1), 277-313.

 

Nicholas Hallman and Inder K. Khurana. 2015. State Pension Liabilities and Credit Assessments. Accounting Horizons 29(4), 943-967.Show