J. Scott Judd
Department of Accounting
Building & Room:
601 S. Morgan St., 2302 UH
- Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2015-current
- Lecturer, Teaching Assistant, and Research Assistant, University of Arizona, 2010-2015
- Senior Audit Associate, Deloitte and Touche LLP, 2008-2010
- Undergraduate Introduction to Auditing
- Graduate Introduction to Auditing
- Undergraduate Introduction to Financial Accounting
Dhaliwal, D., Judd, J.S., Serfling, M., and Shaikh, S.: “Customer Concentration Risk and the Cost of Equity Capital” Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2016
Judd, J.S., Olsen, K.J., and Stekelberg, J.: “How do Auditors Respond to CEO Narcissism? Evidence from External Audit Fees” Accounting Horizons, 2017
PhD, Accounting - University of Arizona (2015)
Master of Accountancy, Professional - Brigham Young University (2007)
Bachelor of Science, Accountancy - Brigham Young University (2007)
Licensures and Certifications
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
American Accounting Association (AAA)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Research Currently in Progress
Hall, C., Judd, J.S., and Sunder, J.: "Auditor Conservatism and Reporting Quality: The Role of Auditor Portfolios"
Chen, G., Judd, J.S., and Pandit, S.: "Firm Unionization and Disruptions in Customer Relationships"
Judd, J.S., and Lusch, S.: "Major Philanthropic Gifts and the Cost of Equity Capital"
Esplin, A., Judd, J.S., and Olsen, K.J.: "Taken with a Grain of Salt: CEO Narcissism, Management Forecasts, and Analyst Reactions"
Chen, J., Judd, J.S., and Omer, T.: "Auditors Response to Accrual Estimation: The Value of a High Quality Audit"
Judd, J.S.: "When does Auditor Industry Expertise Matter? An Examination of Revenue Manipulation"