Ken T. Trotman mainly focuses on Audit, Accounting, Review process, Public relations and Social psychology. His work on Audit substantive test as part of general Audit study is frequently linked to Experimental research, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Audit substantive test research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Auditor independence, Quality control and Public accounting.
The concepts of his Accounting study are interwoven with issues in Systematic risk and Corporate disclosure. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Task and Social psychology. His research in Control tackles topics such as Actuarial science which are related to areas like Econometrics.
Ken T. Trotman mostly deals with Audit, Accounting, Public relations, Review process and Task. His work carried out in the field of Audit brings together such families of science as Quality, Brainstorming and Actuarial science. His Actuarial science research integrates issues from Earnings, Valuation and Econometrics.
His studies in Accounting integrate themes in fields like Incentive and Finance. His Incentive research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Control and Consolidation. Ken T. Trotman combines subjects such as Cognitive psychology, Social psychology, Operations management and Process management with his study of Task.
His primary areas of study are Audit, Accounting, Financial statement, Public relations and Brainstorming. His specific area of interest is Audit, where Ken T. Trotman studies Audit process. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Actuarial science and Psychological literature.
His study explores the link between Financial statement and topics such as Finance that cross with problems in Affect and Financial Audit. Public relations combines with fields such as Skepticism, Audit committee, Information processing, Learning culture and Task in his research. His work investigates the relationship between Brainstorming and topics such as Audit plan that intersect with problems in Quality and Facilitator.
Ken T. Trotman mainly focuses on Audit, Audit evidence, Fair value, Welfare economics and Sustainability. The Audit study combines topics in areas such as Orientation and Brainstorming. Sustainability combines with fields such as Financial Audit, Affect, Financial statement, Finance and Materiality in his investigation.
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Associations between social responsibility disclosure and characteristics of companies
Ken T. Trotman;Graham W. Bradley.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1981)
Member Variation, Recognition of Expertise, and Group Performance
Robert Libby;Ken T. Trotman;Ian Zimmer.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1987)
The audit review process: A characterization from the persuasion perspective
J.S. Rich;I. Solomon;K.T. Trotman.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1997)
An accountability framework for financial statement auditors and related research questions
Mark E. Peecher;Ira Solomon;Ken T. Trotman.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2013)
Auditor Negotiations: An Examination of the Efficacy of Intervention Methods
Ken T. Trotman;Arnold M. Wright;Sally Wright.
Accounting review: A quarterly journal of the American Accounting Association (2005)
The review process as a control for differential recall of evidence in auditor judgments
Robert Libby;Ken T. Trotman.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1993)
Audit Review: Managers' Interpersonal Expectations and Conduct of the Review*
Michael Gibbins;Ken T. Trotman.
Contemporary Accounting Research (2002)
The Effect of the Review Process on Auditor Judgments
Ken T. Trotman;Philip W. Yetton.
Journal of Accounting Research (1985)
Experimental judgment and decision research in auditing: the first 25 years of AOS
Ira Solomon;Ken T Trotman.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2003)
Fifty‐year overview of judgment and decision‐making research in accounting
Ken T. Trotman;Hwee C. Tan;Nicole Ang.
Accounting and Finance (2011)
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