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|Padmakumar (Paddy) Sivadasan received his PhD in accountancy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He also holds an MS in accounting from the University of North Texas. His current research interests include empirical archival research in audit markets, corporate governance, and corporate taxation. While he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in auditing at Tulane, he has taught courses in auditing and financial accounting at the University of Illinois. Prior to his academic career, Paddy worked for the Indian Revenue Service where he conducted tax audits of individuals and corporations and led investigations into potential cases of tax evasion. |
Doogar R., P. Sivadasan, and I. Solomon. 2015. Audit Fee Residuals: Costs or Rents? Review of Accounting Studies 20(4): 1247-1286.
Doogar R., S. P. Rowe, and P. Sivadasan. 2015. Asleep at the Wheel (Again)? Bank Audits During the Lead-up to the Financial Crisis. Contemporary Accounting Research 32(1): 358-391.
Doogar R., P. Sivadasan, and I. Solomon. 2010. The Regulation of Public Company Auditing: Evidence from the Transition to AS5 Journal of Accounting Research 48(4): 795-814.
ACCN7170: Advanced Auditing