His Epistemology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Quality (philosophy) and Agency (philosophy). His study on Quality (philosophy) is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Epistemology. W. Robert Knechel is involved in relevant fields of research such as Equity (law) and Certification in the field of Law. He combines Equity (law) and Law in his studies. He performs integrative Certification and Audit research in his work. In his papers, W. Robert Knechel integrates diverse fields, such as Audit and Walk-through test. W. Robert Knechel merges many fields, such as Accounting and Information technology audit, in his writings. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Information technology audit and Financial statement through his research. W. Robert Knechel applies his multidisciplinary studies on Financial statement and Audit evidence in his research.
Audit evidence, Audit plan, Information technology audit and Auditor independence are the areas that his Joint audit study falls under. His Audit plan study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Joint audit. W. Robert Knechel carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Accounting and Law. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Law and Accounting. His work often combines Audit and Auditor independence studies. W. Robert Knechel applies his multidisciplinary studies on Internal audit and Information technology audit in his research. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Finance and Corporate governance via his papers. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Corporate governance and Finance in his work. W. Robert Knechel frequently studies issues relating to Quality (philosophy) and Epistemology.
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Audit Fees: A Meta-analysis of the Effect of Supply and Demand Attributes*
David C. Hay;W. Robert Knechel;Norman Wong.
Contemporary Accounting Research (2006)
Audit Quality: Insights from the Academic Literature
W. Robert Knechel;Gopal V. Krishnan;Mikhail Pevzner;Lori B. Shefchik.
Auditing-a Journal of Practice & Theory (2013)
Additional Evidence on Audit Report Lag
W. Robert Knechel;Jeff L. Payne.
Ear and Hearing (2001)
The relationship between auditor tenure and audit quality implied by going concern opinions
W. Robert Knechel;Ann Vanstraelen.
Ear and Hearing (2007)
The business risk audit: Origins, obstacles and opportunities
W. Robert Knechel.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2007)
Auditing: Assurance and Risk
W. Robert Knechel;Steven E. Salterio.
Economic Incentives for Voluntary Reporting on Internal Risk Management and Control Systems
Rogier Deumes;W. Robert Knechel.
Auditing-a Journal of Practice & Theory (2008)
Does Auditor Industry Specialization Matter? Evidence from Market Reaction to Auditor Switches
W. Robert Knechel;Vic Naiker;Gail Pacheco.
Ear and Hearing (2007)
Resource Allocation Decisions in Audit Engagements
Karl Hackenbrack;W. Robert Knechel.
Contemporary Accounting Research (1997)
Evidence on the Impact of Internal Control and Corporate Governance on Audit Fees
David Hay;W. Robert Knechel;Helen Ling.
International Journal of Auditing (2008)
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