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Kathy Krawczyk

Dixon Hughes Goodman Professor, MAC Program Director

Director, Master of Accounting Program

Nelson Hall 3134

919-515-4439

Education

Ph.D, Accounting, University of Texas, (1982)

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Department and Affiliations

Department of Accounting

Area(s) of Expertise

Accounting Education and student success, decision making by accounting professionals, and professional responsibilities.

  • 2002-2004 NC State Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor
  • 2001 Ernst & Young Faculty Excellence Award
  • 2000 COM Board of Governor’s Teaching Excellence Award
  • 1999-2000 NC State Outstanding Teacher and member of the Academy of Outstanding Teachers

Research Publications

Relation of Student Engagement and Other Admission Metrics to Master of Accounting Student Performance, with Frank Buckless. Accounting Education: an international Journal, July 2016.

Using Virtual Worlds to Simulate Real-World Audit Procedures, with Frank Buckless and Scott Showalter. Issues in Accounting Education, 2014.

Accounting Education in the Second Life World: Opportunities for Students, Faculty, and Businesses with Frank Buckless and Scott Showalter. The CPA Journal, 2012.

“Planning with Dividends and Capital Gains After the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003” with Lorraine Wright, The CPA Journal, October 2004.

“Disclosure of Nonaudit Service Fees: Perceptions of Investors and Accounting Professionals” with Greg Jenkins, Journal of Applied Business Research, Fall/Winter 2004.

Krawczyk, Kathy. “The Relationship Between Nonaudit Services and Perceived Auditor Independence: Views of Nonprofessional Investors and Auditors” with Greg Jenkins, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Fall/Winter 2002.

Krawczyk, Kathy. “The Influence of Nonaudit Services on the Perceptions of Auditor Independence” with Greg Jenkins, Journal of Applied Business Research, Summer 2001.

Krawczyk, Kathy. “Executive Compensation: Did IRC Section 162(m) Change Anything” with Mark Beasley. Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Fall/Winter 1999.

Krawczyk, Kathy. “Lobbying for the Clients’ Best Interests” with Lorraine Wright, Tax Notes, June 28, 1999.

Krawczyk, Kathy. “Independent Contractor to Employees: The Implications of Reclassification” with Lorraine McClenny and Roby Sawyers, Journal of Accountancy, January 1996.

Krawczyk, Kathy. “The Effect of Magnitude of IRS Assessment and Engagement Letters on Tax Preparer Liability” with Roby Sawyers, Journal of the American Taxation Assocation, Fall 1995.

Krawczyk, Kathy. “The Influence of Tax Law Requirements and Organization of Client Facts on Professional Judgment,” Behavioral Research in Accounting, 1994 Supplement.

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