Associate Professor of Accounting
- Accounting and Information Systems
N219 North Business Complex
Research interests & areas of expertise
Chris Hogan is an Associate Professor at Michigan State University. Chris received her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University, and taught at Vanderbilt University and Southern Methodist University prior to joining the MSU faculty in 2006. Chris has served on several committees for the American Accounting Association and the Auditing Section, as a Council Member-at-large for the American Accounting Association, as the Auditing Section liaison for the 2008 Annual Meeting, and as the Co-Coordinator for the 2009 Auditing Section Midyear Meeting. Chris’ research focuses on auditing topics such as auditor industry specialization, auditor-client alignment and internal control issues. She has published research articles in several journals including The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Contemporary Accounting Research, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. Chris currently serves as an Associate Editor for Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory and on the Editorial Board of The Accounting Review.
- Bronson, S.N., C.E. Hogan, M.J. Johnson and K. Ramesh. (2010). The Unintended Consequences of PCAOB Auditing Standards Nos. 2 and 3 on the Reliability of Preliminary Earnings Releases. Journal of Accounting and Economics, forthcoming.
- Moehrle, S., K. Anderson, F. Ayres, C. Bolt-Lee, R. Debreceny, M. Dugan, C. Hogan, M. Maher and E. Plummer. (2009 December). The Impact of Academic Accounting Research on Professional Practice: An Analysis by the AAA Research Impact Task Force. Accounting Horizons. 23. 411-456.
- Hogan, C.E. and R.D. Martin. (2009 November). Risk Shifts in the Market for Audits: An Examination of Changes in Risk for. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory. 28: 2. 93-118.
- Hogan, C.E., Z. Rezaee, R.A. Riley, and U.K. Velury. (2008 November). Financial Statement Fraud: Insights from the Academic Literature. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory. 27: 2. 231-252.
- C. Hogan and M. Wilkins. (2008). Evidence on the Audit Risk Model: Do Auditors Increase Audit Fees in the Presence of Internal Control Deficiencies?. Contemporary Accounting Research. 25: 1. 219-242.
- H. Desai, C. Hogan and M. Wilkins. (2006 January). The Reputational Penalty for Aggressive Accounting: Earnings Restatements and Management Turnover. The Accounting Review. 81: 1. 83-112.
- K. Hackenbrack and C. Hogan. (2005 May). Client Retention and Engagement-Level Pricing. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory. 24: 1. 7-20.
- C. Hogan and C. Lewis. (2005 December). Long-Run Investment Decisions, Operating Performance and Shareholder Value Creation of Firms Adopting Compensation Plans Based on Economic Profits. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. 40: 4.
- K. Hackenbrack and C. Hogan. (2002). Market Response to Earnings Surprises Conditional on Reasons for an Auditor Change. Contemporary Accounting Research. 19: 2. 195-223.
- P. Chaney, C. Hogan and D. Jeter. (1999 June). The Effect of Reporting Restructuring Changes on Analysts’ Forecast Revisions and Erros. Journal of Accounting and Economics. 27: 3. 261-284.
- C. Hogan and D. Jeter. (1999). Industry Specialization by Auditors. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory. 18: 1. 1-17.
- C. Hogan. (1997 January). Costs and Benefits of Audit Quality in the IPO Market: A Self-Selection Analysis. The Accounting Review. 72: 1. 67-86.