My research focuses on accounting and institutional aspects of corporate governance, including the evolution of accounting regulation, IFRS in particular, and auditing profession in transition economies. I am interested in theory development and empirical testing of accounting concepts as they evolve and get adopted in transition economies. Further, the evolution of regulatory accounting environment of Russia and how it impacts different dimensions of the audit profession is a focus of a number of my studies.
Alon A. and Dwyer P. 2016. SEC's acceptance of IFRS-based financial reporting: An examination based in institutional theory. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 48, 1-16.
Alon A. and Vidovic M. 2015.Sustainability performance and assurance: Influence on reputation. Corporate Reputation Review, 18(4), 337-352.
Alon A. and Dwyer P. 2014. Early adoption of IFRS as a strategic response to transnational and local influences. The International Journal of Accounting, 49(3), 348-370.
Alon A. and Hageman A. 2013. Impact of corruption on organizational tax compliance in transition economies. Journal of Business Ethics, 116(3), 479-494.
Alon A. 2013. Institutional complexity and dual institutionality: The case of IFRS adoption in Russia. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 21(1), 42-57.
Alon A. 2012. The IFRS question: To adopt or not? Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations, 13,405-423.
Alon A. and Dwyer P. 2012. Globalization and multinational auditing: The case of Gazprom and PwC in Russia. Behavioral Research in Accounting, 24(1), 135-160.
Alon A. and Dwyer P. 2010. The impact of groups and decision aid reliance on fraud risk assessment. Management Research Review, 33(3),240-256.
Alon A. 2009. Social network perspective on franchising firms’ performance.ESIC Marketing, 133, 11.3-132. Article was invited to appear in the Spanish journal and was translated to Spanish.
Dwyer P. and Alon A. 2008. In whose interests? An examination of the professional ideology revealed in the AICPA’s state cascade project. Accounting and the Public Interest, 8(1), 77-93.
--Worked at KPMG, Kodak, and Siemens
--Publications in Journal of Business Ethics, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Behavioral Research in Accounting
--Teaching interests: Accounting Theory, Financial Accounting, International Accounting
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