His main research concerns Audit, Accounting, Joint audit, Auditor's report and Information technology audit. His work on Internal audit as part of general Audit study is frequently connected to Agency, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. He works mostly in the field of Internal audit, limiting it down to topics relating to Corporate governance and, in certain cases, Variables, Leverage and Internal control.
His Accounting research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Risk management and Finance. W. Robert Knechel mostly deals with Audit plan in his studies of Joint audit. His study brings together the fields of Actuarial science and Auditor's report.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Audit, Accounting, Joint audit, Quality audit and Audit plan. The concepts of his Audit study are interwoven with issues in Quality, Finance, Actuarial science, Control and Incentive. His work in Internal audit, Audit evidence, Information technology audit, Auditor independence and Auditor's report is related to Accounting.
His studies in Joint audit integrate themes in fields like Task, External auditor and Public relations. In his research, Portfolio is intimately related to Going concern, which falls under the overarching field of Quality audit. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chief audit executive and Performance audit.
W. Robert Knechel mostly deals with Audit, Accounting, Quality audit, Compliance and Capital market. His study in Audit focuses on Auditor independence in particular. As part of his studies on Accounting, he often connects relevant subjects like Certification.
His Quality audit research integrates issues from Audit process, Knowledge sharing, Risk response and Finance. His Finance research incorporates themes from Standardization, Service quality, Service provider, Service and Incentive. His Compliance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Enforcement, Persuasion and Slippery slope.
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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)
Auditing: Assurance and Risk
W. Robert Knechel;Steven E. Salterio.
The business risk audit: Origins, obstacles and opportunities
W. Robert Knechel.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2007)
Economic Incentives for Voluntary Reporting on Internal Risk Management and Control Systems
Rogier Deumes;W. Robert Knechel.
Auditing-a Journal of Practice & Theory (2008)
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)
Does Auditor Industry Specialization Matter? Evidence from Market Reaction to Auditor Switches
W. Robert Knechel;Vic Naiker;Gail Pacheco.
Ear and Hearing (2007)
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