University of Southern California

Theodore Mock
Professor Emeritus of Accounting

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

PhD, UC-Berkeley; MBA, BS, The Ohio State University


Ted Mock is an expert in auditing and decision making, especially auditor judgment, assurance services, and evidential reasoning. He has published in The Accounting Review and the Journal of Accounting Research, served as editor of Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, and served on the editorial board of The Accounting Review and Accounting, Organizations and Society. Professor Mock has received the Wildman Award, the Auditing Section Outstanding Auditing Educator Award, and the ABO Notable [Lifetime] Contribution Award from the American Accounting Association. He is a former president of the auditing section of the American Accounting Association.


Lewis, M., Lin, T. W., and Mock, T. J. (1991) "An Integer Programming Approach to the Selection of Alternative Aduit Procedures," Applications in Management Science, 6, 79-94.
Lin, T. W., Mock, T. J., Wright, A., and Lewis, M. (1991) "An Examination of Auditor Multiple Criteria Judgments in Planning Inventory Audit Procedures," The Chinese Accounting Review, 25, 56-78.
Holder, W. W., Pincus, K., and Mock, T. J. (1988) "The SEC and Fraudulent Financial Reporting," Research in Accounting Regulation, 2, 167-188.