Emily K. Hornok
Emily Hornok joined the Department of Accounting and Business Law as an assistant professor in fall 2019. She teaches the undergraduate Auditing, Attestation and Assurance Services course. Hornok earned her PhD in Accountancy from the University of Mississippi. Her primary area of research interest is in auditing. Specifically, she is interested in social bonds between the auditor and client manager, and their impact on both auditor and manager decisions. She is trained in the behavioral/experimental methodology. She earned her Bachelor of Science in accounting from John Brown University and a Master of Accountancy from the University of Arkansas.
Prior to entering academia, Hornok worked for four years as an auditor for a public accounting firm in Little Rock, Arkansas. There, she served clients in a variety of industries including manufacturing, low-income housing, not-for-profit and employee benefit plans. Hornok is a licensed CPA in the state of Arkansas, and she currently serves on the Board of Trustees of John Brown University and is the chair of their audit committee.
2019 - PhD, Accountancy, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi
2010 - Master of Accountancy, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
2008 - BS, Accounting, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, Arkansas
- ACC 4330 - Auditing, Attestation and Assurance Services
- Auditor-Manager Relationship
- Social Bonds
- Manager Honesty
- Audit Quality
Hornok, E. K. & Flesher, D. L. (2020). The AAUIA from 1916-1920: How the AAUIA Contributed to the Early Developments of Accounting Education. Accounting Historians Journal, 47(1), 39-53.
- Recipient of the AHJ’s 2021 Award for Excellence
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