His main research concerns Accounting, Audit, Social psychology, Business ethics and Quality of Life Research. He has included themes like Principal–agent problem and Market failure in his Accounting study. The various areas that he examines in his Audit study include Actuarial science and Order.
His Actuarial science study incorporates themes from Earnings, Affect, Set and Going concern. His work on Compliance as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Work, Structural equation modeling, Evasion and Relation, bridging the gap between disciplines. He combines subjects such as Accounting and Finance with his study of Business ethics.
Accounting, Audit, Social psychology, Actuarial science and Business ethics are his primary areas of study. Financial statement, Auditor's report, Joint audit, Auditor independence and Audit plan are among the areas of Accounting where Steven E. Kaplan concentrates his study. Audit committee is closely connected to Public relations in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Audit.
Many of his research projects under Social psychology are closely connected to Reputation with Reputation, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His studies deal with areas such as Earnings, Valuation and Risk assessment as well as Actuarial science. His Business ethics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Information asymmetry and Executive compensation, Say on pay, Compensation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Accounting, Audit, Social psychology, Business ethics and Actuarial science. His Accounting research incorporates elements of Control and Turnover. His Audit research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quality and Listed company.
The concepts of his Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Accounting research and Supervisor. His study in Business ethics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Earnings, Net income and Shareholder. Steven E. Kaplan has researched Actuarial science in several fields, including Valuation, Operating expense and Law and economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Business ethics, Accounting, Quality of Life Research, Investment and Reputation. His studies deal with areas such as Quality and Earnings as well as Business ethics. His research in the fields of Net income overlaps with other disciplines such as Public policy.
Audit, Salience, Compliance, Social psychology and Tax policy are fields of study that intersect with his Quality of Life Research research. His Investment study typically links adjacent topics like Affect.
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The Effects of Flexible Work Arrangements on Stressors, Burnout, and Behavioral Job Outcomes in Public Accounting
Elizabeth Dreike Almer;Steven E. Kaplan.
Behavioral Research in Accounting (2002)
An Examination of Audit Delay: Further Evidence from New Zealand
Charles A. P. N. Carslaw;Steven E. Kaplan.
Accounting and Business Research (1991)
Further Evidence on the Auditor's Going‐Concern Report: The Influence of Management Plans
Bruce K. Behn;Steven E. Kaplan;Kip R. Krumwiede.
Ear and Hearing (2001)
Intentions to report questionable acts: An examination of the influence of Anonymous reporting Channel, internal audit quality, and setting
Steven E. Kaplan;Joseph J. Schultz.
Journal of Business Ethics (2007)
An Examination of Auditors' Reporting Intentions When Another Auditor Is Offered Client Employment
Steven E. Kaplan;Stacey M. Whitecotton.
Ear and Hearing (2001)
A Web assurance services model of trust for B2C e-commerce
Steven E. Kaplan;Robert J. Nieschwietz.
International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (2003)
Auditor rotation and the appearance of independence: Evidence from non-professional investors
Steven E. Kaplan;Elaine G. Mauldin.
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2008)
An Examination of Audit Report Lag for Banks: A Panel Data Approach
B. Charlene Henderson;Steven E. Kaplan.
Ear and Hearing (2000)
An Examination of the Association Between Gender and Reporting Intentions for Fraudulent Financial Reporting
Steven Kaplan;Kurt J Pany;Janet A Samuels;Jian Zhang.
Journal of Business Ethics (2009)
Ethically Related Judgments by Observers of Earnings Management
Steven E. Kaplan.
Journal of Business Ethics (2001)
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