Access to Audit Personnel Program, Center for Audit Quality, 2016
Altiero, E., Kang, Y., and M.E. Peecher. 2021. Motivated Perspective Taking: Why Prompting Auditors to Take an Investor’s Perspective Makes Them Treat Identified Audit Differences as Less Material. Contemporary Accounting Research, Forthcoming.
Aghazadeh, S., Dodgson, M. K., Kang, Y., and M. Peytcheva. 2020. Revealing Oz: Audit Firm Partners’ Experiences with National Office Consultations. Contemporary Accounting Research 38 (2): 974-1008 (Selected for 2019 Auditing Section Midyear Meeting Best Paper Award)
Kang, Y. and M. D. Piercey. 2020. Would an Audit Judgment Rule Improve Audit Committee Oversight and Audit Quality? Current Issues in Auditing 14 (1): 16-25.
Kang, Y. 2019. Are Audit Committees More Challenging Given a Specific Investor Base? Does the Answer Change in the Presence of Prospective Critical Audit Matter Disclosures? Accounting, Organizations and Society, In-press.
Kang, Y., M. D. Piercey, and A. J. Trotman. 2019. Does Implementing an Auditor Judgment Rule Increase Auditors’ Likelihood of Conducting More Innovative Procedures? Contemporary Accounting Research 37 (1): 297-321.
Kang, Y., A. J. Trotman, and K. T. Trotman. 2015. The Effect of an Audit Judgment Rule on Audit Committee Members' Professional Skepticism: The Case of Accounting Estimates. Accounting, Organizations and Society 46: 59-76.