Daniel Bryan, University at Buffalo School of Management (Sept. 23) Does Auditor Switching and Long-Term Earnings Management Reduce the Effectiveness of Going Concern Opinions as Early Warnings of Financial Collapse?
Pradyot K. Sen, University of Cincinnati (Oct. 7) Ownership Incentives and Management Fraud
Parunchana Pacharn, University at Buffalo School of Management (Oct. 14) Severance Pay: Incentives for Performance or Risk-Taking?
Ole-Kristian Hope, University of Toronto (Oct. 21) The Relation Between Geographic Earnings Disclosure and Trading Volume
Feng Gu, University at Buffalo School of Management (Dec. 2) On The Usefulness of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No.142
Sarah McVay, New York University (Dec. 9) Street Earnings and Board Independence
Hsihui Chang, University of California at Riverside (Dec. 19) Does the Sarbanes-Oxley Act have an Impact on CPA Firms’ Productivity?
Darren Roulstone, University of Chicago (April 14) Insider Trading and the Information Content of Earnings Announcements
Jeffrey Callen, University of Toronto (May 3) The Pricing of Conservative Accounting and the Measurement of Conservatism at the Firm-Year Level
Yu Shen (Vincent) Chen, PhD student, University at Buffalo (May 12) Beyond Meeting Analyst Expectations: An Assessment of the Roles of Fundamentals and Information Uncertainty
Cheol Lee, PhD student, University at Buffalo (May 18) The Effects of the Adoption of SFAS No. 142 on the Informativeness of Earnings
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