Jenna Burke's, PhD, research focuses on emerging topics in external auditing research. For example, her recent research uses archival methodology to examine new disclosure requirements for external auditors and the oversight of risks such as financial reporting complexity and media criticism.
PhD Accountancy, Bentley University
BSBA Accounting and Finance, Northeastern University
Areas of expertise
Publications and presentations
Burke, J. J., R. Hoitash, and U. Hoitash. The use and characteristics of foreign component auditors in U.S. multinational audits: Insights from Form AP disclosures. Contemporary Accounting Research, forthcoming.
Burke, J. J., R. Hoitash, and U. Hoitash. 2019. Auditor response to negative media coverage of client environmental, social, and governance practices. Accounting Horizons, 33(3): 1-23.
Burke, J. J., R. Hoitash, and U. Hoitash. 2019. Audit partner identification and characteristics: Evidence from U.S. Form AP filings. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, 38(3): 71-94.
Burke, J. J., R. Hoitash, and U. Hoitash. 2019. The heterogeneity of board-level sustainability committees and corporate social performance. Journal of Business Ethics, 154(4): 1161-1186.
Burke, J. J., and C. E. Clark. 2016. The business case for integrated reporting: Insights from leading practitioners, regulators, and academics. Business Horizons 59(3): 273-283.
Burke, J. J., and C. Clark. 2016. Boards and shareholders: Bridging the Divide. In Shareholder Empowerment, edited by M. Goronova & L.V. Ryan. Palgrave-McMillan. October 2015.
AAA/Deloitte/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium Fellow
Harold S. Geneen Institute for Corporate Governance Accountancy Fellow