AIS Technology Adoption Research

Publications:

Research Grants:

  • Henderson, D. (2010). Understanding Internal Auditors’ Perceptions and Use of Generalized Audit Software: Exploring Differences between IT audit and non-IT audit specialists. CofC summer 2010 Faculty Development Research Funding. ($4,000)
  • Henderson, D., Sheetz, S., and Trinkle, B. (2008). A Structural Model of the Determinants of XBRL Adoption. PriceWaterhouseCoopers Inquiries Grant ($48,000). (Principal Investigator)

Published Conference Proceedings:

  • Henderson, D., Sheetz, S., Trinkle, B. (2008). A Structural Model of the Determinants of XBRL Adoption. Published in Proceedings of the 2008 Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies in Accounting Workshop.
  • Sheetz, S., Henderson, D., Wallace, L. (2005). Understanding Manager and Developer Perceptions of the Relative Advantage, Compatibility, and Complexity of Function Points and Source Lines of Code. Nominated for best paper. Published inProceedings of the Eleventh Americas Conference on Information Systems.

Conference Presentations:

  • Henderson, D. (2010). Understanding Internal Auditors’ Perceptions and Use of Generalized Audit Software: Exploring Differences between IT audit and non-IT audit specialists. Presented at the 2010 AIS Educators Conference.
  • Henderson, D., Sheetz, S., Trinkle, B. (2008). A Structural Model of the Determinants of XBRL Adoption. Presented at the 2008 AIS Educators Conference.
  • Henderson, D. (2007). Explaining Developer Attitude toward Using Formalized Commercial Methodologies: Decomposing Perceived Usefulness. Presented and received “Best Student Paper” at the 2007 AIS Educators Conference.

Working Papers:

  • Henderson, D., Kotb, A. Understanding Internal Auditors’ Perceptions and Use of Generalized Audit Software: Exploring Differences between IT audit and non-IT audit specialists. Status: data collection completed. Target journal: International Journal of Accounting Information Systems.
  • Henderson, D. Comparing pre-adoption and post-adoption perceptions of the benefits of XBRL. Status: data collection completed. Target journal: Managerial Auditing Journal.