Drum roll, please! We’re ready to announce the manuscripts that will be presented during our SET Section sessions at our upcoming midyear meeting. We’ll list them below, along with the names of our session moderators and manuscript discussants.
Where multiple authors are listed for a manuscript, the first author is expected to serve as the primary presenter. Nevertheless, the other authors are encouraged to attend the sessions and contribute to the conversations as well.
There are no discussants in our dialogue session. The manuscripts in that session are in the developmental stage, and will benefit from an open discussion between the authors and the audience members.
Next week, we’ll take a break from our weekly blog posts in order to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. Then, when we return, we’ll settle into a bi-monthly (i.e. twice each month) posting schedule to publish “coming attractions” in advance of our midyear meeting.
In the meantime … Happy Thanksgiving!
And here are our session manuscripts:
SESSION 1: LEARNING
Moderator: Michael Alles, Rutgers Business School
Classifying Restatements: An Application of Machine Learning and Textual Analytics, B. Louise Hayes, University of Guelph; J. Efrim Boritz, University of Waterloo
Discussant: Nancy Lankton, Marshall University
The Blue Frog Meets Facebook: Integrating Social Presence And Emotional Contagion To Enhance Learning Outcomes In Educational Game Simulations, Michael L Kraten, Providence College; Stephen Kozlowski, Rutgers Business School
Discussant: JP Krahel, Loyola University Maryland
The Sentiment Feature of 10-K MD&As and the Financial Misstatement Prediction: A Comparison of Deep Learning and “Bag of Words” Approaches, Ting Sun, Rutgers University-Newark; Yue Liu, Rutgers University – Newark; Miklos A Vasarhelyi, Rutgers University – Newark
Discussant: Jacob Haislip, University of North Texas
SESSION 2: ENTERPRISE MODELS & AUDITING FRAMEWORKS
Moderator: Julia Kokina, Babson College
Enterprise Content Risk Management: A Conceptual Framework for Digital Asset Risk Management, Arti Mann, University of Houston Clear Lake; Robyn L Raschke, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
Discussant: Stephen Kozlowski, Eastern Illinois University
Impact of Business Analytics and Enterprise Systems on Managerial Accounting, Zhaokai Yan, Rutgers University; Deniz A Appelbaum, Rutgers University – Newark; Alexander Kogan, Rutgers University – Newark; Miklos A Vasarhelyi, Rutgers University – Newark
Discussant: Irina Malaescu, University of Central Florida
Using Drones in Internal and External Audits: An Exploratory Framework, Rob Nehmer, Oakland University; Deniz A Appelbaum, Rutgers University – Newark
Discussant: Tawei (David) Wang, DePaul University
SESSION 3: DIALOGUE
Moderator: Barbara Lamberton, University of Hartford
AIS-Ethics: A Case Analysis Of An Attempt To Create A New Subset Of Business Ethics, Michael G Alles, Rutgers Business School
Analytics in External Auditing: A Literature Review, Deniz A Appelbaum, Rutgers University – Newark; Alexander Kogan, Rutgers University – Newark; Miklos A Vasarhelyi, Rutgers University – Newark
Design of Decision Support System for Audit Plan and Risk Assessment, Qiao Li, Rutgers Business School; Miklos A Vasarhelyi, Rutgers University – Newark
Personified ERP System as a Social Actor Influencing IS Resistance, Pamela Jeanne Schmidt, Washburn University; Ronald Freeze, University of Arkansas, Walton School of Business
Using Technology to Market a Tax Practice: What do H&R Block and Liberty Tax Service Have in Common?, Valeriya Avdeev, William Paterson University of New Jersey