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NDSU Assistant Professor’s Auditing Manuscript Published

Fargo, N.D. – David Herda, assistant professor of accounting at NDSU, co-wrote the manuscript, “Auditor Commitment to Privately-Held Clients and Its Effects on Value-Added Audit Service,” which was accepted for publication in Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory.

Herda’s study examines auditor commitment to clients and how it affects the level of value-added audit service provided to them. His results “highlight the important role that perceptions of client fairness play in engendering social exchange relationships between individual auditors and clients.” His results also show higher quality relationships lead to higher levels of service. 

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