Prior to returning to the University of Washington to earn a Ph.D., Steve worked as a senior accountant for KPMG in Seattle. Since arriving at BYU in 1994 Steve has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the School of Accountancy and Information Systems (SOAIS) and the Executive M.B.A. program. He currently serves as the Professional Group Leader in the SOAIS. Steve has co-authored books including Auditing: A Systematic Approach, An Introduction to the Corporate Governance and the SEC, E-Business: Principles and Strategies for Accountants and Auditing Cases: An Interactive Learning Approach and he has had articles published in The Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, The Journal of Accountancy, Internal Auditor, and the CPA Journal. SteveAs primary research interests involve the application of behavioral decision theory to professional judgments and decisions of financial analysts and public accountants. He was recently a member of a research team selected and funded by the American Institute of CPAs to study the effectiveness of SAS No. 82, Consideration of Fraud in a Financial Statement Audit. From 2000 to 2002 Steve took a leave of absence from BYU to work full-time in the U.S. national office of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), in New York. Steve was awarded BYU Marriott SchoolAs AOutstanding ResearchA award in 2004.
Professor Prawitt is a Professor of Accountancy at Brigham Young University. He received his BS and MAcc degrees at BYU and his Ph.D. at the University of Arizona. He teaches financial statement auditing and assurance services courses in the graduate accounting program at BYU, and accounting and effective managerial decision-making courses in BYUAs Executive MBA program. Professor PrawittAs research, which focuses on the judgment and decision making of accounting professionals, has been published in The Accounting Review, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Pacific Accounting Review, Journal of the American Taxation Association, and Behavioral Research in Accounting. He currently serves on the editorial board of Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory and Accounting Horizons. In addition to his academic research, he has written several award-winning articles for professional journals, including Journal of Accountancy, Internal Auditor, and CPA Journal. He was recently a member of a research team selected and funded by the American Institute of CPAs to study the effectiveness of SAS No. 82, Consideration of Fraud in a Financial Statement Audit. Professor Prawitt has also coauthored several books and monographs, including the recently published Auditing: A Systematic Approach, An Introduction to Corporate Governance and the SEC, Independence & Objectivity: A Framework for Internal Auditors, eBusiness: Principles and Strategies for Accountants, and the Institute of Internal AuditorsA monograph, Research Opportunities in Internal Auditing. Professor Prawitt was awarded the BYU Marriott SchoolAs AOutstanding ResearchA award in 1998, the Marriott SchoolAs ATeaching ExcellenceA award in 2000, the BYU AYoung ScholarA Fellowship in 2001, and the BYU Management SocietyAs AMerrill J. Bateman Student Choice Teaching AwardA in 2002.
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