Gissel, Jodi

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Accounting
Position
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-4912
Office Location
HH 3531

College Strategic Priorities Summer Grant
2021
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Business and Economics
Forensic Accounting Section Research Paper Award
2019
American Accounting Association
Doctoral Consortium Fellow
2008
American Accounting Association
Honor Society Member
2005
Beta Gamma Sigma
Program Graduate
2002
Leadership Racine

Ph.D.
Business (Accounting)
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2010
Master of Science
Accounting
Marquette University
2005
Bachelor of Science
Business (Accounting)
University of Wisconsin-Parkside
1997

Certified Fraud Examiner
Associated of Certified Fraud Examiners
2014
Certified Public Accountant
State of Wisconsin
2002

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
2011 - Current
American Accounting Association
2004 - Current

Grace Church: A comprehensive fraud examination case
The slippery slope of fraud: A special case of motivation crowding
Timothy Fogarty, Joseph Wall
Clients’ perceptions of auditors’ professional skepticism (Poster Session)
Michael Akers
Mandatory disclosure of audit engagement partners: Implications and future research notes
Veena Brown, Adam Vitalis
Mandatory disclosure of audit engagement partners: Implications and future research notes
Veena Brown, Adam Vitalis
Mandatory disclosure of audit engagement partners: Implications and future research notes
Veena Brown, Adam Vitalis
Mandatory disclosure of audit engagement partners: Implications and future research notes
Veena Brown, Adam Vitalis
Mandatory disclosure of audit engagement partners: Implications and future research notes
Veena Brown, Adam Vitalis
Mandatory disclosure of audit engagement partners: Implications and future research notes
Veena Brown, Adam Vitalis
Auditors’ perceptions of audit quality indicators: Experience level and audit firm size differences
Veena Brown, Daniel Neely
Fraud examination case: Crafty cash theft? (Roundtable)
Private information sharing during SAS 99 brainstorming: Effects of psychological safety and professional skepticism
Karla Johnstone
Private information sharing during SAS 99 brainstorming: Effects of psychological safety and professional skepticism (Roundtable)
Karla Johnstone
Self-regulation: Experimental evidence of quality and reporting choices
Brian Mayhew
Self-regulation: Experimental evidence of quality and reporting choices
Brian Mayhew

Mandatory disclosure of audit engagement partners: Insights from practice
Accounting Perspectives
Clients’ perceptions of auditors’ professional skepticism
Review of Business Information Systems
The slippery slope of fraud: A special case of motivation crowding
Journal of Forensic Accounting Research
Why punishment does not fit the crime: Experimental evidence that situational circumstances crowd out damage done
Journal of Forensic Accounting Research
Vol. Forthcoming
Board of directors’ sanction judgments: The effect of situational factors
Journal of Managerial Issues
Vol. 31 Iss. 1 Pg. 85-112
Professional skepticism: Practitioners’ perceptions and training practices
Review of Business Information Systems
Vol. 22 Iss. 2 Pg. 1-14
Practitioner summary of Information sharing during auditors’ fraud brainstorming: Effects of psychological safety and auditor knowledge
Current Issues in Auditing
Vol. 12 Iss. 1 Pg. P1-P10
Information sharing during auditors’ fraud brainstorming: Effects of psychological safety and auditor knowledge
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory
Vol. 36 Iss. 2 Pg. 87-110
A case of fixed asset accounting: Initial and subsequent measurement
Journal of Accounting Education
Vol. 37 Pg. 61-66
Audit quality indicators: Perceptions of junior-level auditors
Managerial Auditing Journal
Vol. 31 Iss. 8/9 Pg. 949-980
Fraud examination case: Crafty cash theft?
Issues in Accounting Education
Vol. 29 Iss. 2 Pg. 331-336
Ethics and the CPA: A valuable combination
On Balance
Pg. 19-20
Formation and consequences of going concern opinions: A review of the literature
Journal of Accounting Literature
Vol. 29 Pg. 59-141
Descriptive evidence from audit practice on SAS No. 99 brainstorming activities
Current Issues in Auditing
Vol. 1 Pg. A1-A11
Earnings management and its implications: Educating the accounting profession
The CPA Journal
Iss. 77 Pg. 8
A review of going concern prediction studies: 1976 to present
Journal of Business & Economics Research
Vol. 5 Iss. 5 Pg. 9-28
A review of bankruptcy prediction studies: 1930 to present
Journal of Financial Education
Vol. 33 Pg. 1-43
The ethics of managing short-term earnings: Business managers and business students rate earnings management practices – Implications for academia
Journal of College Teaching and Learning
Vol. 3 Iss. 7 Pg. 57-70
Fraud requirements in SSARS 10: Practitioners’ perceptions raise interesting questions
The CPA Journal
Vol. 76 Iss. 4 Pg. 34-36
Weighing the public interest: Is the going concern opinion still relevant?
The CPA Journal
Vol. 76 Iss. 1 Pg. 16-21
What is fraud and who is responsible?
Journal of Forensic Accounting
Vol. 7 Pg. 247-256
Earnings quality: It’s time to measure and report
The CPA Journal
Vol. 75 Iss. 11 Pg. 32-37
Graduate student audit project
Journal of Business Case Studies
Vol. 1 Iss. 2 Pg. 19-37

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