PhD Accounting - Maastricht University, the Netherlands (2020)
M.Sc. Business Research (Accounting) - Maastricht University, the Netherlands (2015)
B.Sc. International Business - Maastricht University, the Netherlands (2013)
Ulrike joined the School of Accounting at UNSW Sydney in August 2020. Prior to that, she completed her PhD in Auditing at Maastricht University, the Netherlands. During her doctoral studies, she spent time as a Doctoral Research Fellow at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College (2018-2019) and as a visiting PhD student at UNSW (2017, 2018, 2019). She holds a B.Sc. in International Business and an M.Sc. Business Research from Maastricht University.
Ulrike's research centers around the value of auditing and audit quality. She is interested in how inputs to the audit, the audit process and contextual factors affect audit production and audit quality. Specifically, her research investigates the quality of group audits, the effectiveness of public oversight and auditor's incentives from regulation and litigation. As a co-investigator of research grants from the Dutch Foundation for Auditing Research, she investigates the auditor's detection and correction of misstatements, audit production and the effect of audit committee involvement on audit quality.
AFAANZ Best PhD Award - Highly Commended (2021)
European Accounting Association (EAA) PhD representative to the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) Doctoral Symposium and Conference (2018)
Excellent Tutor, Maastricht University (2014)
Beta Gamma Sigma (2013, 2015)
AFAANZ Research Grant - The demand and consequences of assurance of mandatory extended external reporting (2021) - AU$7,031
Research Grant from the philanthropic fund of the Division of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, UNSW (2021) - AU$1,671
Foundation for Auditing Research Grants (Co-investigator)
Limperg International Scholarship Program - Travel Grant (2018) - €7,911
Maastricht University International Travel Grant (2017) - €3,000