|Assoc Prof Premila Gowri Shankar is currently in Nanyang Business School, Division of Accounting. She received her Bachelor degree in Accountancy from National University Singapore, MCom (Hons) from University of New South Wales, Australia and Ph.D. from Nanyang Technolgical University. Her research interests include judgment and decision making research in auditing and accounting education. She has published in reputed journals and presented at international conferences. She is a member of the Institute of Certfied Public Accountants (Singapore), American Accounting Association and CPA, Australia.|
- Factors Influencing Auditors' Advice Giving Decisions and Advice Seeking Decisions.
- Shankar, P.G., and Seow J. L. (2011). The Association between Accounting Students' Lone Wolf Tendencies and their Perceptions, Preferences and Performance Outcomes in Team Projects.. Journal of Accounting Education, 28(June), 75-84.
- Ng, T.B.-P., and P.G. Shankar. (2010). Effects of Technical Department's Advice, Quality Assessment Standards, and Client Justifications on Auditors' Propensity to Accept Client-Preferred Accounting Methods.. The Accounting Review, 85(5), forthcoming.
- H-T Tan and Shankar P.G. (2010). Audit Reviewers' Evaluation of Subordiates' Work Quality. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, 29(1), 251-266.
- Seow, J., Gowri Shankar, P. (2008, July). Great Expectations: Unintended Effects of Team-Skills Training on Student Teams. Paper presented at 2008 AFAANZ/IAAER Conference, Sydney, Australia.
- Shankar, P. G., and T. B.-P. Ng. (2008, May). When does advice influence auditors' decisions? Moderating effects of performance evaluation focus and client attitude. Paper presented at International Symposium on Audit Research, Pasedana, California USA.