- Snead Hall
- 301 W. Main Street
- Box 844000
- Richmond, VA, 23284-4000
- Office: B3127
- Alternate Website: http://lindsay.fildred.com/
- Auditing (Undergraduate & PhD levels)
Lindsay received her PhD from Bentley University in Waltham, MA and her bachelor's degree from American University in Washington, DC. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, she worked at KPMG in the firm's assurance practice and at Ripplewood Holdings, a private-equity firm based in New York City. Lindsay is a licensed CPA. Her research interests primarily focus on auditor interactions specifically those involving performance feedback, coaching, and training of auditors. These research interests extend to the classroom where Lindsay also works to create teaching cases that help students learn using "real world" audit techniques. Her work has been published in leading accounting journals including, Accounting, Organizations and Society, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Behavioral Research in Accounting, and Issues in Accounting Education. She is a member of the American Accounting Association and has presented her research at both national and international academic accounting conferences.
Published Intellectual Contributions
- Andiola, L. M., Bedard, J. C., Hux, C. T. (2017). Writing an effective literature review in behavioral accounting. In The Routledge Companion to Behavioral Accounting Research (pp.473-485). Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
- Lynch, E., Andiola, L. M. (in press). If Eyes are the Window to Our Soul, What Role does Eye-Tracking Play in Accounting Research?. Behavioral Research in Accounting. DOI: 10.2308/bria-52283
- Andiola, L. M., Bedard, J. C., Westermann, K. (in press). It's not my fault! Insights into subordinate auditors' attributions and emotions following audit review. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory. DOI: 10.2308/ajpt-52132
- Andiola, L. M., Bedard, J. C. (2018). Delivering the “Tough Message”: Moderators of Subordinate Auditors’ Reactions to Feedback. (vol. 70, pp.52-68). Accounting, Organizations and Society. DOI: 10.1016/j.aos.2018.02.002
- Andiola, L. M., Downey, D. H., Spilker, B. C., Noga, T. J. (2018). The Interactive Effects of Feedback Sign and Source on Indian Tax Professionals’ Satisfaction: A Social Identity Perspective. (2 ed., vol. 30, pp.1-21). Behavioral Research in Accounting. DOI: 10.2308/bria-52182
- Hess, M. F., Andiola, L. M. (2018). Fraud Risk Brainstorming at Tesla Motors. (2 ed., vol. 33, pp.19-34). Issues in Accounting Education. DOI: 10.2308/iace-51973
- Andiola, L. M., Lambert, T. A., Lynch, E. (2018). Sprandel, Inc.: A Practice in Electronic Workpapers, Audit Documentation, and Closing Review Notes through the Audit of Accounts Receivable. (2 ed., vol. 33, pp.43-55). Issues in Accounting Education. DOI: 10.2308/iace-52055
- Andiola, L. M. (2014). Performance Feedback in the Audit Environment: A Review and Synthesis of Research on the Behavioral Effects. (1-2 ed., vol. 33, pp.1-36). Journal of Accounting Literature. DOI: 10.1016/j.acclit.2014.07.001
Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research
- Andiola, L. M. (Principal), Epic Programmatic Quest Research Grant, Virginia Commonwealth University 20000. (January, 2016 - May, 2018).