University of Northern Colorado Accounting Campus Box 128 Greeley, CO 80639
Ph.D., Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (1998). Major Field (Accounting),
Minor Fields (Information Systems and Cognitive Psychology)
Master of Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. Major Field (Accounting),
Minor Field (Cognitive Psychology)
BBA, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. Major Field (Accounting)
2019 – 2021 Professor of Accounting. University of Waikato.
2017 - 2019 Professor of Accounting, Oregon State University, Director of Accounting.
2015 - 2017 and 2012 –2013: Professor of Accounting. Victoria University of Wellington.
2014 - 2015: Trustee Professor of Accountancy. Bentley University.
2009 - 2012: Professor of Accounting. University of New Hampshire. Director of Master
of Science Program in Accounting.
2006 - 2009: Professor of Accountancy. Southern Illinois University. Director of Ph.D.
Program in Accounting.
2005 - 2006: Professor of Accounting and Head of Department. Lincoln University (New
Zealand), Director of the Center for Accounting Education and Research, Head of Accounting
2002 - 2004: Montana State University. Director of the Master of Professional Accountancy
2000 - 2002: University of Tennessee. Assistant Professor
1999 - 2000: Bryant College. Assistant Professor, Coordinator of the Accounting Information
Systems Major, Faculty Director of the Accounting Information Systems Association
1998 - 1999: University of Oklahoma. Assistant Professor
Rose, J., and C. Wolfe. 2000. The Effects of System Design Alternatives on the Acquisition
of Tax Knowledge from a Computerized Tax Decision Aid. Accounting, Organizations,
and Society. 25: 285-306. Winner of the Notable Contribution to the Information Systems
Rose, J. 2007. Attention to Aggressive and Potentially Fraudulent reporting: Effects
of Experience and Trust. Behavioral Research in Accounting 19: 215-230.
Rose, J. 2007. Corporate Directors and Social Responsibility: Ethics versus Shareholder
Value. Journal of Business Ethics 73 (3): 319-331.
Rose, J., A. Rose, and B. McKay. 2007. Measurement of Knowledge Structures Acquired
through Instruction, Training, and Decision Aid Use. International Journal of Accounting
Information Systems 8 (2): 117-137.
Rose, A., and J. Rose. 2008. Management Attempts to Avoid Accounting Disclosure Oversight:
The Effects of Trust and Knowledge on Corporate Directors' Governance Ability. Journal
of Business Ethics 83 (2): 193-205.
Rose, A., J. Rose, and M. Dibben. 2010. The Effects of Trust and Management Incentives
on Audit Committee Judgments. Behavioral Research in Accounting 22 (2): 87-104.
Norman, C., A. Rose, and J. Rose. 2010. Internal Audit Reporting Lines, Fraud Risk
Decomposition, and Assessments of Fraud Risk. Accounting, Organizations, and Society
35 (5): 546-557.
Rose, J., C. Norman, and A. Rose. 2010. Perceptions of Investment Risk Associated
with Material Control Weakness Pervasiveness and Disclosure Detail. The Accounting
Review 85 (5): 1787-1808.
Norman, C., J. Rose, and I. Suh. 2011. The Effects of Disclosure Type and Audit Committee
Expertise on Chief Audit Executives' Tolerance for Financial Misstatements. Accounting,
Organizations, and Society 36(2): 102-108.
Rose, J., B. McKay, C. Norman, and A. Rose. 2012. Designing Decision Aids to Promote
Expertise Development. Journal of Information Systems 26(1): 7-34.
Guthrie, C., C. Norman, and J. Rose. 2012. Chief Audit Executives' Evaluations of
Whistle-Blowing Allegations. Behavioral Research in Accounting 24(2): 87-99.
Rose, J., C. Mazza, C. Norman, and A. Rose. 2013. The Influence of Director Stock
Ownership and Board Discussion Transparency on Financial Reporting Quality. Accounting,
Organizations and Society 38: 397–405.
Rose, A., J. Rose, and C. Norman. 2013. Is the Objectivity of Internal Audit Compromised
When the Internal Audit Function is a Management Training Ground? Accounting and Finance
Rose, J., A. Rose, C. Norman, and C. Mazza. 2014. Disclosure of Friendship Ties Between
Directors and CEOs Can Yield Perverse Effects. The Accounting Review 89 (4): 1545-1563.
Rose, J., A. Rose, and C. Norman. 2016. Material Control Weakness Corrections: The
Enduring Effects of Trust in Management. Behavioral Research in Accounting 28 (2):41-53
Rose, A., J. Rose, I. Suh, and J. Ugrin. 2017. Unanticipated Effects of Restricted
Stock on Managers’ Risky Investment Decisions. Advances in Accounting 38: 106-112.
Rose, A., J. Rose, K. Sanderson, and J. Thibodeau. 2017. When Should Audit Firms Introduce
Analyses of Big Data into the Audit Process? Journal of Information Systems 31 (3):
Rose, J., A. Brink, and C. Norman. 2018. The Effects of Compensation Structures and
Monetary Rewards on Managers' Decisions to Blow the Whistle. Journal of Business Ethics
150 (3): 853-862.
Bierstaker, J., D. Downey, J. Rose, and J. Thibodeau. 2018. Effects of Stories and
Checklist Decision Aids on Knowledge Structure Development and Auditor Judgment. Journal
of Information Systems 32(2): 1-24.
Norman, C., A. Rose, J. Rose, and I. Suh. 2020. An investigation of corporate directors'
responses to CEO pay ratio disclosures and say-on-pay votes. Human Resource Management
Durkin, M. J. Rose, and J. Thibodeau. 2020. Can Simple Metaphors Be Used as Decision
Aids to Promote Professional Skepticism? Journal of Information Systems 34(1): 47-60.
Rose, A., J. Rose, I. Suh, J. Thibodeau, K. Linke, K., and C. Norman. 2020. Why financial
executives do bad things: The effects of the slippery slope and tone at the top on
misreporting behavior. Journal of Business Ethics. In press.
Brink, A., A. Gouldman, J. Rose, and K. Rotaru. 2020. Effects of superiors' compensation
structures on psychophysiological responses and real earnings management decisions
of subordinate managers. Management Accounting Research 48.
Rose, A., J. Rose, I. Suh, and J. Thibodeau. 2020. Analytical Procedures: Are more
good ideas always better for audit quality? Behavioral Research in Accounting 32(1):
Rose, A., J. Rose, K. Rotaru, K. Sanderson, and J. Thibodeau. 2021. Effects of data
visualization choices on psychophysiological responses, judgment and audit quality.
Journal of Information Systems. In press.
Norman, C., A. Rose, J. Rose, I. Suh, and X. Xiao. 2021. An investigation of the effects
of allegation sources and consequences on corporate directors’ responses to whistleblowing
allegations. Journal of Information Systems. In press.
Ganbold, O., A. Rose, J. Rose, and K. Rotaru. 2021. Increasing reliance on financial
advice with avatars: The effects of competence and complexity on algorithm aversion.
Journal of Information Systems. In press.
Honors and Awards
Based on worldwide rankings of all accounting academics, currently Ranked as the #1
Experimental AIS Researcher and #7 Experimental Researcher in Accounting by the BYU
2020 Waikato Management School Research Award
2018 Glen McLaughlin Prize for Research in Accounting Ethics
2018 Erskine Fellow at University of Canterbury
2017 Outstanding Editor Award – Journal of Information Systems
2014 Best Paper Award at the AIS Research Conference
2010 UNH Whittemore School Excellence in Research Award (for top researcher in the
School of Business and Economics)
2009 Outstanding Research Paper Award (for best paper at the Accounting Information
Systems Mid-Year Meeting of the AAA)
2008 SIU College of Business Outstanding Research Honor Roll
2007 SIU College of Business Research Excellence Award
2007 SIU College of Business Outstanding Research Honor Roll
2007 KPMG LLP Outstanding Professor in Accounting Award
2007 KMPG LLP Outstanding Contribution to the School of Accountancy Award
2006 KPMG LLP Outstanding Professor in Accounting Award
Best Paper Award. 2005 Accounting Information Systems Educators Conference.
Best Paper Award. 2004 College Teaching and Learning Research Conference.
MSU College of Business Research Excellence Award (2004) – Selected by the Faculty
of the College of Business
Award for Excellence – MSU Alumni Association and Bozeman Chamber of Commerce (2004).
Award presented for “Dedication and Commitment to Excellence within Students”
*Notable Contribution to the Information Systems Literature Award (2003) – Highest
research award given by the Information Systems Section of the American Accounting
First Winner of the Instructional Innovation Grant from the MSU Bracken Center for
Undergraduate Excellence (2003)
MSU Thomas Nopper Teaching Excellence Award (2003) – Given to the top instructor in
the College of Business
Journal of Information Systems Outstanding Reviewer Award (2003)
Best Paper Award – International Business and Economics Research Conference (2003)
Winner of a competitive federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant (2002)
Outstanding Professor Award from Pi Beta Phi (2002)
Beta Alpha Psi Outstanding Educator of the Year (2001) – One professor was selected
by the students to receive this award
Lechner Graduate Fellowship - Two recipients were selected from the Lowry Mays Graduate
School of Business (Texas A&M University)
Graduate Academic Excellence Award (Texas A&M University) – Award for the top graduate
student in the Lowry Mays Graduate School of Business
Professional Program in Accounting Excellence Award – Award for the highest GPA in
the Graduate Professional Program