Martha M. Eining is professor in the School of Accounting at the David Eccles School of Business. She teaches in the area of fraud, auditing and accounting information systems at the undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. level. She received her Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University in accounting and information systems. Dr. Eining has presented her research at numerous international, national, regional and local meetings and has published in various journals, including Contemporary Accounting Research, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, and Journal of Information Systems. She has received teaching and/or service awards from the American Accounting Association, the Utah Association of CPAs, and the David Eccles School of Business. Dr. Eining’s professional experience includes small business consulting, auditing, and serving as a systems administrator. She served as Grant Thornton LLP’s first National Professor in Residence. She has also served as a consultant to the Audit Research Group for KPMG Peat Marwick assisting in the development of support tools for the determination of management fraud. She was a member of the board and chair of the audit committee for First Electronic Bank. Her research interests include professional skepticism, management fraud issues, ethical issues in auditing and information systems, the impact of technology on the user, and decision aids in auditing.
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