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Aaron Saiewitz, Associate Professor of Accounting, University of Nevada, Las VegasAaron Saiewitz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting at UNLV. Prior to obtaining his PhD at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, he was a Director at a regional CPA firm in NJ. His research focuses on communication between auditors and clients, auditor professional skepticism, and the effect of culture on auditing and accounting judgments. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in financial statement auditing.
M. David Piercey, Professor of Accounting, University of Massachusetts AmherstDave Piercey has been on the accounting faculty at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (“UMass”) since 2006, where he is currently the John F. Kennedy Endowed Professor and Accounting Department Chair, after serving as the Accounting PhD Program Coordinator. Prior to his position at UMass, Dave earned his BS and MAcc degrees in accounting at Brigham Young University, worked as an auditor for KPMG and as the accounting controller of Standard Life & Casualty Insurance Company (where he has since served on the Board of Directors), and completed his PhD in accounting at the University of Illinois (where he was a Deloitte Doctoral Fellow). Dave’s research examines judgment and decision making in auditing and financial accounting contexts, and he is currently an Editor of Accounting, Organizations and Society, and a past Editor of Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory. His teaching focuses on financial accounting, auditing, and doctoral education. In addition, he is actively involved in the service, institution building, and outreach missions of the Isenberg School of Management. Dave enjoys spending time with his wife Andrea and their three children.
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