Sean Robb, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Accounting
Sean Robb, Ph.D.
Sean W. G. Robb is an associate professor at the Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting at the University of Central Florida. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida and is an ICAO Doctoral Fellow and Chartered Professional Accountant. His main research interests are in financial accounting, auditing and international accounting topics. He has published in various academic journals, including Contemporary Accounting Research, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory and Accounting Horizons among others.
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Research and Publications
Fraud Risk Awareness and the Likelihood of Audit Enforcement ActionEustler, J., E. B. Nickell and S.W.G. Robb. 2016. Fraud Risk Awareness and the Likelihood of Audit Enforcement Action. Accounting Horizons 30 (3): 379-392.
A regional diffusion theory explanation for states' proposal and adoption of anti-passive investment company laws.With Amy Hageman (2011), Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 30 (6), 551-569.
Revenue manipulation and restatements by loss firms.With Jeff Callen and Dan Segal (2008), Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory 27 (2): 1-29.
Precision in accounting information, financial leverage and the value of equity.With Glenn Feltham and Ping Zhang (2007), Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting 34 (7/8): 1099-1122.
Earnings announcements and information asymmetry: An intraday analysis.With Theresa Libby and Robert Mathieu (2002), Contemporary Accounting Research 19 (3): 449-472.
Earnings management: The effect of ex ante earnings expectations.With Jeff Payne (2000), Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance 15 (4): 371-392.