NYU Stern

Working Paper: 2009



Paper No.

Title

Author/s

ACC-09-01

Who, if Anyone, Reacts to Accrual Information?

Joshua Livnat, Robert Battalio, Alina Lerman, and Richard Mendenhall

ACC-09-02

Investor Sentiment, Post-Earnings Announcement Drift, and Accruals

Joshua Livnat & Christine Petrovits

ACC-09-03

Interpreters of Public Information or Developers of Private Information: Which Role of Analysts Do Investors Value More?

Joshua Livnat and Yuan Zhang

ACC-09-04

Unintended Consequence: Fair Value Accounting Informs on Liquidity Risk

Baruch Lev and Nan Zhou

ACC-09-05

Say on Pay Votes and CEO Compensation: Evidence from the UK

Fabrizio Ferri and David Maber

ACC-09-06

Warranty Reserve: Contingent Liability, Informational Signal, or Earnings Management Tool?

Daniel A. Cohen, Masako N. Darrough, Rong Huang, and Tzachi Zach

ACC-09-07

The Financial Reporting Environment: Review of the Recent Literature

Anne Beyer, Daniel A. Cohen, Thomas Z. Lys and Beverly R. Walther

ACC-09-08

Product Market Competition, Financial Accounting Misreporting and Corporate Governance: Evidence from Accounting Restatements

Karthik Balakrishnan and Daniel A. Cohen

ACC-09-09

The Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002: Implications for Compensation Contracts and Managerial Risk-Taking

Daniel A. Cohen, Aiyesha Dey and Thomas Z. Lys

ACC-09-10

The Impact of Hedge Fund Activism on the Target Firm s Existing Bondholders

April Klein and Emanuel Zur

ACC-09-11

Post Loss/Profit Announcement Drift

Karthik Balakrishnan, Eli Bartov and Lucile Faurel