Peter Kipp

University of North Texas

College of Business Administration

P.O. Box 305219

Denton, TX 76203

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

DOWNLOADS

175

SSRN CITATIONS

1

CROSSREF CITATIONS

0

Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Can Social Media Interaction and Message Features Influence Nonprofessional Investors’ Perceptions of the Firm?

Number of pages: 49 Posted: 25 Jan 2017 Last Revised: 28 Feb 2018
University of North Texas, University of New Orleans and Miami University of Ohio
Downloads 147 (221,765)
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Social media interaction; Three-way communication channel; Message valence; Micro-Blogger influence; Message vividness; Nonprofessional investors; Management credibility

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Cloud-Computing Risk Disclosure and ICFR Material Weakness: The Moderating Role of Accounting Reporting Complexity

Number of pages: 43 Posted: 20 Aug 2019
Florida International University (FIU), Miami University of Ohio and University of North Texas
Downloads 20 (578,787)

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cloud-computing; XBRL; risk disclosure; financial reporting quality; accounting reporting complexity; ICFR; material weakness

3.

The Effect of Audit Report Specificity Regarding Critical Audit Matters on Investors’ Judgments and Decisions

Number of pages: 51
Peter Kipp and Lisa Milici Gaynor
University of North Texas and University of South Florida
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critical audit matters, investor judgments, support theory, PCAOB, audit report

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Shifting Human/Technology Agency and Auditor Legal Liability

Posted: 09 May 2020
Peter Kipp, Elaine Mauldin and Neal M. Snow
University of North Texas, University of Missouri Trulaske College of Business and Lehigh University

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Transaction Processing Systems, Audit Evidence; Technology Optimism, Auditor Legal Liability, Juror Judgments

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The Impact of CEO Reformative Action and Message Source on Non-professional Investors’ Response to CEO Apologies on Social Media

Ziyin Li and Peter Kipp
University of North Texas - Department of Accounting and University of North Texas

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CEO apology; Reform; Message source; Cybersecurity; Social media; Investor; Say-on-pay; Crisis management