- Assistant Professor
- Accounting academic area
Ph.D. in Accountancy, University of Illinois, 2015, Urbana-Champaign
MBA, University of Kansas, 2006
B.S. in Business, University of Kansas, 2003
My research focuses primarily on managerial accounting topics, in particular the design of control systems and compensation packages.
A teacher will explain, clarify, and demonstrate concepts in the classroom. A great teacher will also inspire.
Selected Publications —
Lill, J. (2020). When the Boss is Far Away and There is Shared Pay: The Effect of Monitoring Distance and Compensation Interdependence on Performance Misreporting [Journal Articles]. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 86, 1–11.
Chen, C., Lill, J., & Vance, T. (2020). Management Control System Design and Employees’ Autonomous Motivation [Journal Articles]. Journal of Management Accounting Research, 32(3), 71–91.
Bucaro, T., Jackson, K., & Lill, J. (2020). The Influence of CSR Measures on Investors’ Judgments when Integrated in a Financial Report versus Presented in a Separate Report [Journal Articles]. Contemporary Accounting Research, 37(2), 642–664.
Lill, J., & Bol, J. (2015). Performance Target Revisions in Incentive Contracts: Do Information and Trust Reduce Ratcheting and the Ratchet Effect? [Journal Articles]. The Accounting Review, 90(5), 1755–1778.