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Quinn T. Swanquist

Assistant Professor    
  • Ph.D., accounting, University of Tennessee
  • Master of Accountancy, University of Tennessee
  • B.S., business administration, Samford University
  • Auditing
  • Corporate governance
  • Capital markets

Quinn is an assistant professor with research and teaching interests in auditing and corporate governance. Quinn’s research has been published in The Accounting Review and Contemporary Accounting Research. Prior to entering academics, he worked for three years within the audit practice at KPMG LLP in the firm’s South Florida offices. Quinn is a licensed CPA in the state of Florida. Outside of academics, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Deborah, and daughter, Kaylee.

  • Shipman, J. E., Swanquist, Q. T., and Whited, R. L., “Propensity Score Matching in Accounting Research.” The Accounting Review, (Forthcoming).
  • Bills, K. L., Swanquist, Q. T., and Whited, R. L., “Growing Pains: Audit Quality and Office Growth.” Contemporary Accounting Research, 33 (2016): 288–313.
  • Swanquist, Q. T., and Whited, R. L., “Do Clients Avoid ‘Contaminated’ Offices? The Economic Consequences of Low-Quality Audits.” The Accounting Review, 90 (2015): 2537–2570.