Accounting, Audit, Joint audit, Audit evidence and Chief audit executive are his primary areas of study. His research investigates the link between Accounting and topics such as Actuarial science that cross with problems in Going concern. His Audit research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Reporting error, Type I and type II errors, Contrast and Context.
His research ties Auditor independence and Audit evidence together. His Quality audit research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Corporate governance and Sarbanes–Oxley Act. His Audit plan research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Auditor's report and Walk-through test.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Accounting, Audit, Joint audit, Auditor independence and Auditor's report. His study in the field of Chief audit executive, Audit committee and External auditor is also linked to topics like Empirical evidence. His Chief audit executive research includes themes of Walk-through test and Audit evidence.
His Audit committee research incorporates elements of Market reaction and Internal audit. Dasaratha V. Rama combines subjects such as Control, Actuarial science and Finance with his study of Audit. As part of the same scientific family, Dasaratha V. Rama usually focuses on Auditor's report, concentrating on Inherent risk and intersecting with Learning curve.
Dasaratha V. Rama mostly deals with Accounting, Audit, Shareholder, Corporate governance and Ratification. When carried out as part of a general Accounting research project, his work on Auditor's report and Audit committee is frequently linked to work in Empirical evidence, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His research in Auditor's report intersects with topics in Auditor independence, Learning curve, Quality audit and Inherent risk.
His Audit study frequently links to other fields, such as Actuarial science. The various areas that he examines in his Diversity study include Executive compensation and Gender diversity. His Leverage and Liability study in the realm of Finance interacts with subjects such as Financial distress and restrict.
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Audit Committee Composition, “Gray Directors,” and Interaction with Internal Auditing
K. Raghunandan;Dasaratha V. Rama;William J. Read.
Accounting Horizons (2001)
SOX Section 404 Material Weakness Disclosures and Audit Fees
K. Raghunandan;Dasaratha V. Rama.
Ear and Hearing (2006)
Sistem Informasi Akuntansi
Frederick L. Jones;Dasaratha V. Rama.
CFO Gender and Accruals Quality
Abhijit Barua;Lewis F. Davidson;Dasaratha V. Rama;Sheela Thiruvadi.
Accounting Horizons (2010)
Audit Firm Size and Going‐Concern Reporting Accuracy
Marshall A. Geiger;Dasaratha V. Rama.
Accounting Horizons (2006)
Determinants of Audit Committee Diligence
K. Raghunandan;Dasaratha V. Rama.
Accounting Horizons (2007)
Recent Changes in the Association between Bankruptcies and Prior Audit Opinions
Marshall A. Geiger;K. Raghunandan;Dasaratha V. Rama.
Ear and Hearing (2005)
Corporate Governance, Audit Quality, and the Sarbanes‐Oxley Act: Evidence from Internal Audit Outsourcing
Lawrence J. Abbott;Susan Parker;Gary F. Peters;Dasaratha V. Rama.
The Accounting Review (2007)
Costs to Comply with SOX Section 404
Jagan Krishnan;Dasaratha Rama;Yinghong Zhang.
Ear and Hearing (2008)
Audit committee characteristics and investment in internal auditing
Abhijit Barua;Dasaratha V Rama;Vineeta Sharma.
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2010)
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