Mark Zimbelman

Mark Zimbelman

Mary & Ellis Professor, Accountancy, School of

Office: 514 TNRB
Phone: 801-422-1227
Email: mz@byu.edu
Website: http://fraudbytes.blogspot.com/

Selected Publications:

  • "Fraud Examination, 5th Edition", Pages Approx. 671, Cengage/SouthWestern Publishing, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2014.    
  • "The Impact of Audit Penalty Distributions on the Detection and Frequency of Fraudulent Reporting", Review of Accounting Studies, Edition 4, Volume 16, Issue 4, Pages 843-865, 2011.    
  • "Fraud Examination, 4th Edition", Fraud Examination, Pages 671, Cengage, Thomson, Cincinnati, OH, 2011.    
  • "Using Nonfinancial Measures to Assess Fraud Risk", Journal of Accounting Research, Volume 47, Pages 1135-1166, University of Chicago, Chicago, 2009.    
  • "Do Strategic Reasoning and Brainstorming Help Auditors Change Their Standard Audit Procedures in Response to Fraud Risk?", The Accounting Review, Volume 84, Pages 811-837, American Accounting Association, 2009.    
  • "Certified Fraud Examiners: A Survey of Their Training, Experience and Curriculum Recommendations", Journal of Forensic Accounting, Volume VII, Pages 163-184, 2006.    
  • "Decomposition of Fraud Risk Assessments and Auditors' Sensitivity to Fraud Cues", Contemporary Accounting Research, Volume 21, Pages 719-745, 2004.    
  • "Using Game Theory and Strategic Reasoning Concepts to Prevent and Detect Fraud", Accounting Horizons, Volume 18, Pages 173-184, 2004.    
  • "A Cognitive Footprint in Archival Data: Generalizing the Dilution Effect from Laboratory to Field Settings", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Volume 91, Pages 254-268, 2003.    
  • "A Test of Changes in Auditors' Fraud-Related Planning Judgments Since the Issuance of SAS No. 82", Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Volume 22, Pages 237-251, 2003.    
  • "An Experimental Investigation of Auditor-Auditee Interaction under Ambiguity", Journal of Accounting Research, Pages 1-21, 1999.    
  • "The Effects of SAS No. 82 on Auditors Attention to Fraud Risk Factors and Audit Planning Decisions", Journal of Accounting Research, Volume Supplement, 1997.    

Experience:

    Other
    • Editorial Board, Accounting, Organizations and Society 2012
    • Editorial Board, Accounting Review 2009
    • Editorial Board, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory 2000
    • Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma 1996 - 1999
    • Controller, Philipp & Lion International, Inc 1990 - 1991
    • Staff & Senior Auditor, International Auditing Firms (Salt Lake & Phoenix) 1985 - 1990

Awards:

  • Mary and Ellis Professorship , Marriott School of Management , 2013
  • Selvoy J. Boyer Fellowship , Marriott School of Management , 2000
  • Fellowship , John and Mary Nichols, 1998 , 1999
  • Fellowship , Arthur Andersen , 1998
  • Fellowship , Conoco Research , 1998
  • Outstanding Educator , University of Oklahoma , 1997
  • Scholarship Award , Marriott School of Management--Brigham Young University

Certificates and Licenses:

  • Certified Public Accountant American Institute of Certified Public Accountants 1985

BYU Citizenship:

  • Workshop Coordinator Committee/Council Chair August, 2008

Professional Citizenship:

  • The Accounting Review Editorial Review Board Member 2009
  • Current Issues in Auditing Editorial Review Board Member 2006
  • Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory Editorial Review Board Member 2000
  • Fraud Magazine: Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Editor, Associate Editor 2006 - August, 2014
  • Contemporary Accounting Research Editorial Review Board Member 2009 - 2010
  • Auditing Section Doctoral Consortium of the American Accounting Association Committee/Council Chair 2007 - 2009
  • Journal of Accounting Research Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer 2006 - 2009
  • The Accounting Review Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer 2002 - 2008
  • Contemporary Accounting Research Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer 2001 - 2008