Katherine Bruere

Ph.D. Candidate in Accounting

BA, MA Accounting, Baylor University

Katherine Simeon Bruere is a Ph.D. student in the Leventhal School of Accounting. She is interested in empirical financial and audit research, specifically M&A, goodwill and intangible assets, the PCAOB, and going-concern assessments. Prior to starting the Ph.D. program, Katherine worked at Ernst & Young as an auditor in Dallas’ Financial Services division, as well as an accountant at Merit Energy. Katherine earned a BA and an MA in Accounting at Baylor University (2014) and is a licensed CPA in the state of Texas.
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Katherine Bruere, Clive Lennox () "Auditor Inattention to Firm Performance: Evidence from Going-Concern Opinions ,".
Katherine Bruere, Mark DeFond, Clive Lennox, Ventsislav Stamenov () "Do PCAOB Inspections Improve the Timely Recognition of Intangible Impairments? ,".
Katherine Bruere, Matthew Shaffer () "Which Multiples Matter in M&A? Accounting Reports as Arbiters of Value ,".