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Jonathan Grenier

Associate Professor

Accountancy


Profile

Academic Background

  • PhD (Accountancy), University of Illinois, 2010
  • Master of Accountancy, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1999

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Endres Associate Professor (effective July 2018)
  • Director, Professional Institute for Management Education (PRIME; 2017-present)
  • Associate Professor, Miami University (2016-present)
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Assistant Professor, Miami University (2014-2016)
  • Assistant Professor, Miami University (2010-2016)
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Illinois (2010)
  • Teaching Assistant, University of Illinois (2004-2009)
  • Research Assistant, University of Illinois (2005-2008)
  • Project Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2000)

Publications

  • Brink, W.D., J.H. Grenier, J.S. Pyzoha, and A. Reffett. 2018. The effects of clawbacks on auditors’ risk assessments and propensity to propose restatements. Journal of Business Ethics doi: 10.1007/s10551-018-3846-x.
  • Ballou, B., P-C. Chen, J.H. Grenier, and D.L. Heitger. 2018. CSR assurance and reporting quality: Evidence from restatements. Forthcoming - Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.
  • Grenier, J.H., A. Reffett, C. Simon, and R. Warne. 2018. Conducting research on juror judgment and decision making in cases of alleged auditor negligence: A toolkit for new scholars. Forthcoming - Behavioral Research in Accounting 30(1): 99-110.
  • Brink, W. D., T.V. Eaton, J.H. Grenier, and A. Reffett. 2017. Deterring unethical behavior in online labor markets. Journal of Business Ethics. doi: 10.1007/s10551-017-3570-y
  • Casey, R.J. and J.H. Grenier. 2018. Save money by having your sustainability report assured. Journal of Accountancy – April 11, 2018
  • Farrell, A.M., J.H. Grenier, and J.L. Leiby. 2017. Scoundrels or stars? Theory and evidence on the quality of workers in online labor markets. The Accounting Review 92(1): 93-114.
  • Grenier, J.H. 2017. Encouraging professional skepticism in the industry specialization era. Journal of Business Ethics 142(2): 241-256.
  • Brasel, K., M. Doxey, J.H. Grenier, and A. Reffett. 2016. Risk disclosure preceding negative outcomes: The effects of reporting critical audit matter paragraphs on judgments of auditor liability. The Accounting Review 91(5): 1345-1362.
  • Brasel, K., M. Doxey, J.H. Grenier, and A. Reffett. 2016. Practitioner summary of: Risk disclosure preceding negative outcomes: The effects of reporting critical audit matter paragraphs on judgments of auditor liability. Current Issues in Auditing 10(2): P1-P10.
  • Casey, R.J. and J.H. Grenier. 2015. Understanding and contributing to the enigma of corporate social responsibility (CSR) assurance in the United States. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory 34(1): 97-130.
  • Grenier, J.H., D.J. Lowe, A. Reffett, and R.C. Warne. 2015. The effects of independent expert recommendations on juror judgments of auditor negligence. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory 34(4): 157-170.
  • Grenier, J.H., B. Pomeroy, and M. Stern. 2015. The effects of accounting standard precision, auditor task expertise, and judgment frameworks on audit firm litigation exposure. Contemporary Accounting Research 32(1): 336-357.
  • Ballou, B., R.J. Casey, J.H. Grenier, and D.L. Heitger. 2012. Exploring the strategic integration of sustainability initiatives: Opportunities for accounting research. Accounting Horizons 26 (2): 265-288.
  • Brezina, M., R.J. Casey, J.H. Grenier, and A.B. Reffett. 2012. The SMU football recruiting scandal: A primer on compliance auditing and forensic investigations. Journal of Accounting Education 30(2): 233-247.
  • Grenier, J.H., B. Ballou, and S. Philip. 2012. Enhancing actual and perceived audit committee effectiveness through financial expert certification. Current Issues in Auditing 6(2): A15-25.
  • Grenier, J.H., B. Pomeroy, and A. Reffett. 2012. Speak up or shut up? The moderating role of credibility on auditor remedial defense tactics. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory 31(4): 65-83.
  • Grenier, J.H., B. Pomeroy, and A. Reffett. 2012. When do auditor defense tactics increase rather than decrease perceived auditor negligence? Current Issues in Auditing 6(2): P7-12.

Honors & Awards

  • Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory Best Paper Award, 2018
  • James Robeson Junior Faculty Research Excellence Award, 2015
  • Richard K. Smucker Teaching Excellence Award, Outstanding Junior Professor, 2014
  • CELTUA Commendation for Influence on Students, 2012-2017
  • AAA ABO Section Outstanding Dissertation Award, 2011
  • University Graduate Fellowship, 2004-2009
  • Marvin and Nancy Dennis Doctoral Fellowship 2008-2009
  • Richard and Marie Irwin Fellowship (Full Academic Year Support), 2006-2007
  • National Winner - PricewaterhouseCoopers xFAC Doctoral Case Competition, 2007
  • Victor L. Bernard Memorial Award, 2006-2007
  • Lillian and Morrie Moss Fellowship, 2005-2006

Professional Interests

  • Research: Auditor negligence, Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Professional skepticism, Industry specialization
  • Teaching: Auditing, Forensics

Biography

Courses

  • FALL 2018
  • WILL RETURN € SPRING 2019
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Contact Information

Office Hours

  • FALL 2018

Links

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