Dr. Tara J. Shawver

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Book

  • Shawver, T. J. and Miller, W. F. (2019). Giving Voice to Values in Accounting. London: Routledge, ISBN: 978-0-815-36417-7 (hbk) ISBN: 978-0-815-36418-4 (pbk) ISBN: 978-1-351-10749-5 (ebk) https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351107495

Journal Publications

  • Shawver, Tara J. and Shawver, Todd A., (2018), The Impact of Moral Reasoning on Whistleblowing Intentions, Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, 21, 153–168.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Miller, William F., (2018), Assessing the Impact of the Giving Voice to Values Program in Accounting Ethics Education, Journal of Business Ethics Education, 15, 1-36.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Fuller, Lori R., (2017), Can Ethical Position Impact Whistleblowing Intentions?, Journal of Accounting and Free Enterprise, 3, 37-49.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Miller, William F., (2017), Moral Intensity Revisited: Measuring the Benefit of Accounting Ethics Interventions, Journal of Business Ethics, 141 (3) 587-603.
  • Clements, Lynn H. and Shawver, Tara J., (2017), Will Professional Accountants Whistleblow on Organizational Fraud?, Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting, 9 (2), 1106-1124.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Conner, Alyssa, (2016), The Impact of Value Preferences on Students’ Ethical Sensitivity, Moral Judgment and Intention to Whistleblow, Journal of Accounting and Free Enterprise, 1, 26-34.
  • Hildebrand, Jessica and Shawver, Tara J., (2016), The Impact of Empathy and Selfism on Whistleblowing Intentions, Journal of Accounting, Ethics, and Public Policy, 17, 3, 602-624.
  • Miller, William F. and Shawver, Tara J., (2016), The Potential Impact of Education on Whistleblowing Behavior: Benefits of an Intervention in Advanced Financial Accounting, Journal of Business Ethics Education, 13, 67-90.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Clements, Lynn H., (2016), Emotional Reactions to Financial Statement Fraud, Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, 20, 115-132.
  • Clements, Lynn H. and Shawver, Tara J., (2015), How Prevalent is Occupational Fraud?, CPA Today,  September/October, 12-14.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Clements, Lynn H., (2015), Are There Gender Differences When Professional Accountants Evaluate Moral Intensity for Earnings Management?, Journal of Business Ethics, 131, 557-566.
  • Clements, Lynn H. and Shawver, Tara J., (2015), The Effects of Emotions on the Moral Judgments and Intentions of Accountants, Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting, 7 (1), 146-179.
  • Shawver, Tara J., Clements, Lynn H., and Sennetti, John T., (2015), How Does Moral Intensity Impact the Moral Judgments and Whistleblowing Intentions of Professional Accountants?, Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, 19, 27-60.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Clements, Lynn H., (2015), The Impact of Value Preferences on Ethical Decisions Made by Professional Accountants, The Journal of Forensic Studies in Accounting and Business, 7 (1), 35-52.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Shawver, Todd A., (2013), Accounting Students' Ethical Sensitivity and Moral Judgments for Business Dilemmas, Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, 17, 159-175.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2012), Book Review, Issues in Accounting Education
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Clements, Lynn H., (2012), How Do Emotions Effect Ethical Evaluations for Accountants?, Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 4 (1), 20-38.
  • Clements, Lynn H. and Shawver, Tara J., (2011), Moral Intensity and Intentions of Accounting Professionals to Whistleblow Internally, (Fall) The Journal of Forensic Studies in Accounting and Business, 3(1), 67-82.
  • Clements, Lynn H. and Shawver, Tara J., (2011), The Impact of Moral Intensity on Accountants' Intentions to Whistleblow Externally, Advances in Management, 4 (5), 34-39.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2011), The Effects of Moral Intensity and Whistleblowing Behaviors of Accounting Professionals, Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 3 (2), 162-190.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2011), Can ethics education impact whistleblowing?, Management Accounting Quarterly, 12 (4) 29-37.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Sennetti, John T. (2009), Measuring Ethical Sensitivity and Evaluation, Journal of Business Ethics, 88 (4), 663-678.
  • Clements, Lynn H. and Shawver, Tara J., (2009), Whistleblowing Intentions of Accounting Professionals, Journal of Business Disciplines, 10 (1), 85-101.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2009), Can Ethics and Professional Responsibility be Taught to Accounting Students?, Journal of Business Disciplines, 10 (1), pages 1-26.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Shawver, Todd A., (2009), Predicting Management Fraud in IPO Companies, Management Accounting Quarterly, 11 (1), 22-26.
  • Clements, Lynn H. and Shawver, Tara J., (2009), The Intention of Accounting Managers to Whistleblow in Situations of Questionable Ethical Dilemmas, The Journal of 21st Century Accounting, Summer/Fall
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Clements, Lynn H., (2008), Whistleblowing: The Factors that Contribute to Management Accountants Reporting Questionable Dilemmas, Management Accounting Quarterly, 9 (2), 26-38.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2008), What Accounting Students Think About Whistleblowing, Management Accounting Quarterly, 9 (4), 33-41.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Shawver, Todd A., (2008), Will Corporate Governance and Whistleblowing Provisions Improve Financial Responsibility?, Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, 12, 123-148.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2008), An Exploratory Study Assessing Ethics Modules in an Advanced Accounting Course, The Journal of 21st Century Accounting, 8 (1), Winter/Spring, 1-27.
  • Shawver, Tara J. and Clements, Lynn H., (2007), The Intention of Accounting Students to Whistleblow in Situations of Questionable Ethical Dilemmas, Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, 11, 177-191.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2006), An Exploratory Study Assessing the Effectiveness of a Professional Responsibility Course, Global Perspectives on Accounting Education, 3, 49-66.
  • Kemmerer, C. and Shawver, Tara J., (2006), Tyco: A Top-Down Approach to Ethical Failure, Journal of Accounting Ethics and Public Policy, 6, 155-166.
  • Shawver, Tara J., Bancroft, P. and Sennetti, John T., (2006), Can the 'Clan Effect' Reduce the Gender Sensitivity to Fraud?  The Case of the IPO Environment" , Journal of Forensic Accounting, 7, 185-208.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2005), Merger Premium Predictions Using A Neural Network Approach, Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, 2, 61-72.
  • Sennetti, John T., Shawver, Tara J., and Bancroft, P., (2004), The Moral and Cultural Reasoning of IPO Accountants, Those Assumed Likely to Manage Earnings: A Small Sample Study, Research on Professional Responsibility and Ethics in Accounting, 9, 101-127.
  • Shawver, Tara J., (2002), Determinants of Bank Merger Premiums, Bank Accounting & Finance, 15 (6)