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Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business

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Jeremy Vinson

Assistant Professor


Office:
Phone: 864-656-3265
Email: JMVINSO@clemson.edu
Vita: https://clemson.box.com/s/jkyeaxvxnvx7djg5alklg1r9wre5w7eo

 


 Educational Background

  • Ph.D. Accounting
    University of North Texas 2015
  • MACC Accounting
    University of Alabama 2006
  • BS. Accounting
    University of Alabama 2005

Courses Taught

  • Intermediate Accounting II (ACCT 3120)
  • International Accounting (ACCT 8670)
  • Auditing (ACCT 4150)
  • Program Coordinator: MPAcc in Oxford Programme

Profile

Professor Vinson joined the Clemson School of Accountancy faculty in July 2015 after earning his Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of North Texas (May 2015). He is a Certified Public Accountant in the states of Florida (inactive) and Missouri (inactive). Prior to doctoral work, he worked as an auditor for O`Sullivan Creel, LLP, and Anders Minkler & Diehl, LLP. During his time at both firms, Jeremy served clients in industries including construction, manufacturing, distribution, real estate management, government, and not-for-profit.

Research Interests

  • Professor Vinson's research examines financial statement auditing issues using an experimental methodology. Specific areas of interest include client inquiries, auditor liability, and ethical judgment.

Research Publications

  • Donnelly, A. M., S. E. Kaplan, and J. M. Vinson. 2021. The impact of trait skepticism and ego depletion on auditor judgment. Behavioral Research in Accounting, forthcoming. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2308/BRIA-2020-011
  • Vinson, J. M., J. C. Robertson, and M. B. Curtis. 2020. How auditors’ approach to client inquiry may affect skeptical judgment: A mixed-method examination of client inquiry and note taking. European Accounting Review, forthcoming.
  • Vinson, J. M., M. B. Curtis, T. L. Conover, and L. Chui. 2020. Ethical relativism in accounting: A cross-cultural examination of the influence of culture and risk taking propensity on ethical decision-making. Journal of International Accounting, Auditing, and Taxation, 41. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intaccaudtax.2020.100350
  • Dalton, D. W., J. M. Vinson, and S. K. Widener. 2020. Is prestige only beneficial? A cost of perceived external prestige among accounting employees. European Accounting Review, 29(4): 753-780. DOI: 10.1080/09638180.2019.1682021
  • Vinson, J. M., J. C. Robertson, and R. C. Cockrell. 2019. The effects of critical audit matter removal and duration on jurors' assessments of auditor negligence. AUDITING: A Journal of Practice & Theory, 38(3): 183-202.
  • Curtis, M. B., J. M. Vinson, T. L. Conover, L. Lucianetti, and V. Battista. 2017. National culture and ethical judgment: A social contract approach to the contrast of ethical decision making by accounting professionals and students from the U.S. and Italy. Journal of International Accounting Research 16(2): 103-120.

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