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Professor Gissel joined Marquette University in 2010 after earning her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She earned her Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and her Master of Science in Accounting from Marquette University. Professor Gissel worked at the public accounting firm Gordon J. Maier & Company, LLP, where she gained both audit and tax experience.
Her current research interests include auditor decision-making, particularly relating to fraud risk brainstorming and factors that influence information sharing among auditors. Professor Gissel has published articles in several journals including the Journal of Accounting Literature, the CPA Journal, the Journal of Forensic Accounting, Issues in Accounting Education and the Journal of Financial Education.
Audit quality, Ethics, Fraud, Decision-making, Brainstorming
Gissel, J., and K. Johnstone. 2017. Information sharing during auditors’ fraud brainstorming: Effects of psychological safety and auditor knowledge. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 36 (May): 87-110.
Gissel, J. 2016. A case of fixed asset accounting: Initial and subsequent measurement. Journal of Accounting Education 37 (December): 61-66.
Brown, V., J. Gissel, and D. Neely. 2016. Audit quality indicators: Perceptions of junior-level auditors. Managerial Auditing Journal 31 (8/9): 949-980.
Gissel, J. 2014. Fraud examination case: Crafty cash theft? Issues in Accounting Education 29 (May): 331-336.
Gissel, J., J. Robertson, and C. Stefaniak. 2010. Formation and consequences of going concern opinions: A review of the literature. Journal of Accounting Literature 29: 59-141.