Gissel, Jodi

At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
Accounting
Position
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-4912
Office Location
HH 3418

Forensic Accounting Section Research Paper Award
2019
American Accounting Association
School of Business Doctoral Students Research Award
2009
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Doctoral Consortium Fellow
2008
American Accounting Association
School of Business Doctoral Students Research Award
2008
University of Wisconsin-Madison
School of Business Doctoral Students Research Award
2007
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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

Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants
2019 - Current
Institute of Management Accountants
2018 - Current
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
2011 - Current
American Accounting Association
2004 - Current
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
2001 - Current

Clients’ perceptions of auditors’ professional skepticism (Poster Session)
Michael Akers
Fraud examination case: Crafty cash theft? (Roundtable)
Private information sharing during SAS 99 brainstorming: Effects of psychological safety and professional skepticism (Roundtable)
Karla Johnstone
Audit market implications of PCAOB inspection reports
Graduate student audit project
Michael Akers

Board of directors’ sanction judgments: The effect of situational factors
Journal of Managerial Issues
Vol. 31 Iss. 1 Pg. 85-112
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
Professional skepticism: Practitioners’ perceptions and training practices
Review of Business Information Systems
Vol. 22 Iss. 2 Pg. 1-14
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
A review of bankruptcy prediction studies: 1930 to present
Journal of Financial Education
Vol. 33 Pg. 1-43
A review of going concern prediction studies: 1976 to present
Journal of Business & Economics Research
Vol. 5 Iss. 5 Pg. 9-28
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
Fraud requirements in SSARS 10: Practitioners’ perceptions raise interesting questions
The CPA Journal
Vol. 76 Iss. 4 Pg. 34-36
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
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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