Kristina Demek is an assistant professor in the Muma College of Business' Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy, coming from the University of Central Florida where she had been an assistant professor since 2014.
Her research interests include the role of accounting information and control systems in the judgments and decisions of investors and managers. She has published in AUDITING: A Journal of Practice and Theory and the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Forensic Accounting Research.
Demek received a a PhD in accounting from the University of Washington and a bachelor's degree in operations research and industrial management from Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania.
ACG 4632 - Audit I
- Demek, K.C., Kaplan, S., and A. Winn. "Who Really Performs the Audit? Examining the Effects of Supplemental Voluntary Disclosure of the Use of Other Auditors on Investors’ Perceptions of Audit Quality." Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory. Forthcoming.
- Baudot, L., Demek, K.C., & Huang, Z. (2018). “The Accounting Profession’s Engagement in Accounting Standards: Conceptualizing Accounting Complexity through Big 4 Comment Letters,” Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, 37 (2): 175-196.
- Demek, K.C., Dilla, W.N., Janvrin, D. J., & Raschke, R.L. (2018). “Do Organizations Use a Formalized Risk Management Process to Address Social Media Risk?” International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 28: 31-44.