Robert M. Cornell (Accounting) has a forthcoming article with Eddward T. Herron (University of Central Oklahoma) in Journal of Business Research, titled “Creativity Amidst Standardization: Is Creativity Related to Auditors’ Recognition of and Responses to Fraud Risk Cues?” The research examines the association between aspects of creativity and auditors’ recognition of and responses to fraud risk cues in the context of trade-offs between creativity and standardization. Beyond the potential to improve audits and financial reporting quality, the research findings contribute to theory regarding how creativity is associated with novel idea generation and problem-solving among professionals in quantitative business domains.
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