School of Accountancy
Ph.D., Major in Accounting, Minor in Social Psychology, Arizona State University, 1992; Master of Accountancy, Brigham Young University, School of Accountancy, 1984; Bachelors of Science, Major in Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude, Brigham Young University, 1981
The Effects of Expert Panel Recommendations on Juror Judgments of Auditor Negligence (with J. Grenier, D. Reffett, and R. Warne).
Antecedents to Unethical Corporate Conduct: Characteristics of the Complicit Follower (with M. Mowchan and P. Reckers).
Revise and Resubmit
The Influence of Affective States on Auditors’ Ethical Judgments (with E. Johnson and P. Reckers).
Arizona State University: 2003-present. Previous Appointments: University of Neveda, Las Vegas, University of San Diego, Virginia Tech
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
WP Carey Teaching Award 2012 - 2013; Alumni Association Scholarship Outstanding Professor, UNLV, 1999-2000; College of Business Teaching Excellence Award, Virginia Tech, 1996-1997; University Certificate of Teaching Excellence Award, Virginia Tech, 1996-1997.
Johnson, E.N., D.J. Lowe, and P.M. Reckers. 2012. Measuring accounting professionals’ attitudes regarding alternative work arrangements. Behavioral Research in Accounting 24(1).
Johnson, E.N., D.J. Lowe, and P.M. Reckers. 2008. Alternative work arrangements and perceived career success: Evidence from international public accounting firms. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(1): 48-72.
Lowe, D.J., P.M. Reckers, and S. Whitecotton. 2002. The effects of decision-aid use and reliability on jurors’ evaluations of auditor liability. The Accounting Review 77 (1): 185-202.