In Tracie's research, she employs theories from psychology and economics to delve into the effects of facets of auditors’ day-to-day environment on their judgment and decision making. Her research also incorporates individual attributes and proposes interventions to address identified problems. Tracie currently teaches auditing with data analytics and introductory accounting. She earned her doctorate at University of Texas at Austin, and has served on the faculty at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to her doctorate, she worked in auditing and transaction services at PwC.
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Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: August 2023
We are proud to highlight the amazing Marshall faculty who have received awards this month for their groundbreaking work.
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