Honors Program Theses

 

This collection contains Honors Program Theses written by undergraduate students in the Department of Accounting at the University of Northern Iowa.

Every honors student has the opportunity to complete undergraduate research during their time at UNI by writing a thesis. Students work with faculty members in their major or area of interest to develop and conduct a study during either their Junior or Senior year.

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Submissions from 2017

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The business of fraud, Jessica Marie Berkshire Open Access Honors Program Thesis

Submissions from 2014

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Public accounting recruiting: implications of the antecedents and consequences of organizational identity on hiring, Ariana Marie Aquilani Open Access Honors Program Thesis

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Ethics and executive compensation, Brittany Silvey Open Access Honors Program Thesis

Submissions from 2013

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The federal estate tax: a comprehensive look at the effects on American farming and ranching businesses, Taylor G. Johnson Open Access Honors Program Thesis

Submissions from 2011

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Fair value accounting debate and the future of the profession, Kristina Ann Bowers Open Access Honors Program Thesis

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Analysis of QuickBooks internal control utilization, Andrew J. Steckel Open Access Honors Program Thesis

Submissions from 2010

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The value-added tax: Effects on tax revenue, U.S. corporations, and individual taxpayers, Joseph Raymond Pudenz Open Access Honors Program Thesis

Submissions from 2008

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The tax gap: America's underreported revenues, Jennifer Granzow Open Access Honors Program Thesis

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Convergence of IFRS and U.S. GAAP: Implications on the public accounting profession, Linsey Dee Lain Honors Program Thesis (UNI Access Only)