PhD Research

Top-tier publications from co-authorships between our faculty and students who graduated in past ten years (2014-2023)

  • Chen (14’), Demers, and Lev. 2018. Oh what a beautiful morning! Diurnal influences on executives and analysts: Evidence from conference calls. Management Science
  • Chen (14’), Dou, and Zou. 2021. Information externalities of SFAS 161: Evidence from supply chains. The Accounting Review
  • Kim (16’), Kraft, and Ryan. 2013. Financial statement comparability and credit risk. Review of Accounting Studies
  • Kim (16’) and Ohlson. 2015. Linear valuation without OLS: The Theil-Sen estimation approach. Review of Accounting Studies
  • Kim (16’) and Klein. 2017. Did the 1999 NYSE and NASDAQ listing changes on audit committee composition benefit investors? The Accounting Review
  • Kim (16’), Kim, and Ryan. 2019. Economic consequences of the AOCI filter removal for advanced approaches banks. The Accounting Review
  • Cedergren (16’) and Billings. 2015. Strategic silence, insider selling and litigation risk. Journal of Accounting and Economics
  • Cedergren (16’), Billings, and Dube (19’). 2021. Does litigation change managers’ beliefs about the value of voluntarily disclosing bad news? Review of Accounting Studies
  • Dube (19’) and Zhu (19’). 2021. The disciplinary effect of social media: Evidence from firms’ responses to Glassdoor review. Journal of Accounting Research
  • Zhu (19’), Hegde, and Herkenhoff. 2023. Patent publication and innovation. Journal of Political Economy
  • Qiu (19’), Baldenius, and Meng. 2019. Biased board. The Accounting Review
  • Qiu (19’), Baldenius, and Meng. 2021. The value of board commitment. Review of Accounting Studies
  • Kim (20’), Cuny, and Mehta. 2020. Politically connected governments. Journal of Accounting Research
  • Kim (20’), Aobdia, and Dou. 2021. Public audit oversight and the origination-to-distribution model. Journal of Accounting and Economics
  • Kim (20’), deHaan, Lourie, and Zhu (19’). 2024. Buy new pay (pain?) later. Management Science
  • Shi (22’), Klein, and Manini. 2022. Across the pond: How US firms’ boards of directors adapted to the passage of the General Data Protection Regulation. Contemporary Accounting Research
  • Cho (23’), Chen, Dou, and Lev. 2022. Predicting future earnings changes using machine learning and detailed financial data. Journal of Accounting Research
  • Roh (23’) and Dou. 2024. Public disclosure and consumer financial protection. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis