Jay Rich has published papers in The Accounting Review, Accounting, Organizations and Society, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, The Journal of Accounting Literature and Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research. He also has published research in an AICPA monograph that discusses consistency issues related to the expectation-gap standards.
His dissertation won the American Accounting Association Audit Section™ Outstanding Dissertation Award in 2000 and another of his papers won the Audit Section Notabable Contribution to the Literature Award in 2007. Jay's projects in process relate to emerging review process trends in financial statement audits and auditor knowledge representation.
He has also earned recognition for teaching excellence at the University of Illinois, University of Washington, University of Iowa, and University of Connecticut.