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J. Reed Smith
- Professor of Accounting
- BKD, LLP Faculty Fellow
- Ph.D. The Ohio State University, 1989
- M.A. University of Tennessee, 1984
- B.S. University of Tennessee, 1983
- Associate Professor of Accounting: State University of New York at Buffalo.
- Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Oregon.
- Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Texas, Austin.
- Teaching Associate, Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems, The Ohio State.
- Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Accounting and Business Law, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
- Accounting information systems
- Game theory
- Evelyn R. Patterson and J. Reed Smith, “The Effects of Sarbanes-Oxley on Auditing and Internal Control Strength,” The Accounting Review Vol 82, No. 2 (2007): 427-455.
- D. Paul Newman, Evelyn R. Patterson, and J. Reed Smith, “The Role of Auditing in Investor Protection,” The Accounting Review Vol. 80, No. 1 (2005): 289-313.
- Evelyn R. Patterson and J. Reed Smith, “Materiality Uncertainty and Earnings Misstatement,” The Accounting Review, Vol. 78, No. 3 (2003): 819-846.
- D. Paul Newman, Evelyn R. Patterson, and J. Reed Smith, “The Influence of Potentially Fraudulent Reports on Audit Risk Assessment and Planning.” The Accounting Review, Vol. 76, No. 1 (2001): 59-80.
- J. Reed Smith, Samuel L. Tiras, and Sansakrit S. Vichitlekarn, “The Interaction between Internal Control Assessment and Substantive Testing in Audits for Fraud.” Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 17, No. 2 (2000): 327-356.
- J. Reed Smith, and Donald E. Tidrick, “The Effect of Alternative Judicial Systems and Settlement on Auditing.” Review of Accounting Studies, Vol. 2 (1998): 353-381.
- D. Paul Newman, Jaewan Park, and J. Reed Smith, “Allocating Internal Audit Resources to Minimize Detection Risk Due to Theft.” Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Vol.17, No. 1 (1998): 69-82.
- D. Paul Newman, Shelley C. Rhoades, and J. Reed Smith, “Allocating Audit Resources to Detect Fraud.” Review of Accounting Studies, Vol. 1 (1996): 161-182.