Audit Analytics for the Classroom

Audit Analytics has become an integral part of the accounting research community. Cited in numerous scholarly papers and used by over 260 universities worldwide, Audit Analytics is a leading source for examining public company disclosures, issues, and trends.

Audit Analytics provides real world experience, such as a tool for due diligence in taking on a new audit client.  Professors can integrate Audit Analytics into their courses to provide students with expert-level research projects, unique case studies, and exposure to relevant audit and regulatory topics.

Topics of recent research and publications involve impairments, going concerns, internal controls, restatements, audit fees, audit quality, material weakness, corporate governance, GAAP, and clawbacks. Recent publications include:

  • Management’s Personal Ideology and Financial Reporting Quality
  • Determinants and Consequences of Timely Asset Impairments During the Financial Crisis
  • Accounting Firm Association Membership and Audit Firm Growth
  • Do Debt Covenant Violations Serve as a Risk Factor of Ineffective Internal Control?

Here is what professors are saying about Audit Analytics:

Dr. Thomas Calderon, Chair of the George W. Daverio School of Accountancy and Professor of Accounting at the University of Akron

Dr. Ronen Gal-Or, Assistant Professor at Northeastern University

Dr. Scott Whisenant, Associate Professor at the University of Kansas

For more information on how Audit Analytics can be of benefit to you and your classroom, email us at or call (508) 476-7007.