السبت، 9 مايو، 2009

ابحاث محاسبية

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Aboody, D. 2006. Discussion of “Which approach to accounting for employee stock options best reflects market pricing?” Review of Accounting Studies 11(2-3): 247-251.
Aboody, D. and R. Kasznik. 2008. Executive stock-based compensation and firms’ cash payout: The role of shareholders’ tax-related payout preferences. Review of Accounting Studies 13(2-3): 216-251.
Aboody, D., J. Hughes, J. Liu and W. Su. 2008. Are executive stock option exercises driven by private information? Review of Accounting Studies 13(4): 551-570.
Aboody, D., M. E. Barth and R. Kasznik. 2006. Do firms understate stock option-based compensation expense disclosed under SFAS 123? Review of Accounting Studies 11(4): 429-461.
Amir, E., M. Kirschenheiter and K. Willard. 2001. The aggregation and valuation of deferred taxes. Review of Accounting Studies 6(2-3): 275-297.
Anctil, R. M. 1996. Capital budgeting using residual income maximization. Review of Accounting Studies 1(1): 9-34.
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Anctil, R. M., J. S. Jordan and A. Mukherji. 1998. The asymptotic optimality of residual income maximization. Review of Accounting Studies 2(3): 207-229.
Ang, A. and J. Liu. 2001. A general affine earnings valuation model. Review of Accounting Studies 6(4): 397-425.
Armstrong, C., A. Davila and G. Foster. 2006. Venture-backed private equity valuation and financial statement information. Review of Accounting Studies 11(1): 119-154.
Armstrong, C. S., A. Dávila, G. Foster and J. R. M. Hand. 2007. Biases in multi-year management financial forecasts: Evidence from private venture-backed U.S. companies. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 183-215.
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Arya, A. and J. Glover. 2003. Abandonment options and information system design. Review of Accounting Studies 8(1): 29-45.
Arya, A. and J. Glover. 2008. Performance measurement manipulation: Cherry-picking what to correct. Review of Accounting Studies 13(1): 119-139.
Arya, A., J. Glover and S. Sunder. 1998. Earnings management and the revelation principle. Review of Accounting Studies 3(1-2): 7-34.
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Ayers, B. C., C. E. Lefanowicz and J. R. Robinson. 2002. Do firms purchase the pooling method? Review of Accounting Studies 7(1): 5-32.
Baber, W. R., S. Chen and S. Kang. 2006. Stock price reaction to evidence of earnings management: Implications for supplementary financial disclosure. Review of Accounting Studies 11(1): 5-19.
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Baiman, S. 2007. Editorial. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 181.
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Baiman, S. and M. V. Rajan. 1998. Optimal cost targets and incentives for acquiring expertise. Review of Accounting Studies 3(3): 231-259.
Baldenius, T. 2000. Intrafirm trade, bargaining power, and specific investments. Review of Accounting Studies 5(1): 27-56.
Baldenius, T. 2006. Discussion of “Divisional performance measurement and transfer pricing for intangible assets”. Review of Accounting Studies 11(2-3): 367-376.
Baldenius, T. and A. Ziv. 2003. Performance evaluation and corporate income taxes in a sequential delegation setting. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 283-309.
Baldenius, T., S. Reichelstein and S. A. Sahay. 1999. Negotiated versus cost-based transfer pricing. Review of Accounting Studies 4(2): 67-91.
Ball, R., A. Robin and G. Sadka. 2008. Is financial reporting shaped by equity markets or by debt markets? An international study of timeliness and conservatism. Review of Accounting Studies 13(2-3): 168-205.
Barth, M. E. and A. P. Hutton. 2004. Analyst earnings forecast revisions and the pricing of accruals. Review of Accounting Studies 9(1): 59-96.
Barth, M. E., M. B. Clement, G. Foster and R. Kasznik. 1998. Brand values and capital market valuation. Review of Accounting Studies 3(1-2): 41-68.
Barth, M. E., M. F. McNichols and G. P. Wilson. 1997. Factors influencing firms' disclosures about environmental liabilities. Review of Accounting Studies 2(1): 35-64.
Barth, M. E., W. H. Beaver, J. R. M. Hand and W. R. Landsman. 1999. Accruals, cash flows, and equity values. Review of Accounting Studies 4(3-4): 205-229.
Bartov, E. 2003. Discussion of “Investor sophistication and the mispricing of accruals”. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 277-281.
Bartov, E. 2008. Discussion of “Investor recognition and stock returns”. Review of Accounting Studies 13(2-3): 362-368.
Bartov, E., F. W. Lindahl and W. E. Ricks. 1998. Stock price behavior around announcements of write-offs. Review of Accounting Studies 3(4): 327-346.
Bartov, E., P. Mohanram and D. Nissim. 2007. Managerial discretion and the economic determinants of the disclosed volatility parameter for valuing ESOs. Review of Accounting Studies 12(1): 155-179.
Bar-Yosef, S. and B. Sarath. 2005. Auditor size, market segmentation and litigation patterns: A theoretical analysis. Review of Accounting Studies 10(1): 59-92.
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Beatty, A. and D. G. Harris. 1999. The effects of taxes, agency costs and information asymmetry on earnings management: A comparison of public and private firms. Review of Accounting Studies 4(3-4): 299-326.
Beaver, W. H. 1999. Discussion of “On transitory earnings”. Review of Accounting Studies 4(3-4): 163-167.
Beaver, W. H. and M. F. McNichols. 1998. The characteristics and valuation of loss reserves of property casualty insurers. Review of Accounting Studies 3(1-2): 73-95.
Beaver, W. H. and M. F. McNichols. 2001. Do stock prices of property casualty insurers fully reflect information about earnings, accruals, cash flows, and development? Review of Accounting Studies 6(2-3): 197-220.
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Beaver, W. H., M. F. McNichols and J. Rhie. 2005. Have financial statements become less informative? Evidence from the ability of financial ratios to predict bankruptcy. Review of Accounting Studies 10(1): 93-122.
Beaver, W. H., M. F. McNichols and K. K. Nelson. 2007. An alternative interpretation of the discontinuity in earnings distributions. Review of Accounting Studies 12(4): 525-556.
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Berger, P. G. 2003. Discussion of “Differential market reactions to revenue and expense surprises”. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 213-220.
Bergstresser, D. 2006. Discussion of “Overinvestment of free cash flow”. Review of Accounting Studies 11(2-3): 191-202.
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Bloomfield, R. J., M. W. Nelson and S. D. Smith. 2006. Feedback loops, fair value accounting and correlated investments. Review of Accounting Studies 11(2-3): 377-416.
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Brown, S. and S. A. Hillegeist. 2007. How disclosure quality affects the level of information asymmetry. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 443-477.
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Budde, J. and R. F. Göx. 1999. The impact of capacity costs on bidding strategies in procurement auctions. Review of Accounting Studies 4(1): 5-13.
Burgstahler, D. 1998. Discussion of “The characteristics and valuation of loss reserves of property casualty insurers”. Review of Accounting Studies 3(1-2): 97-102.
Callen, J. L. and D. Segal. 2005. Empirical tests of the Feltham-Ohlson (1995) model. Review of Accounting Studies 10(4): 409-429.
Chambers, D., R. Jennings and R. B. Thompson. 1999. Evidence on the usefulness of capital expenditures as an alternative measure of depreciation. Review of Accounting Studies 4(3-4): 169-195.
Chambers, D., R. Jennings and R. B. Thompson. 2002. Excess returns to R&D-intensive firms. Review of Accounting Studies 7(2-3): 133-158.
Chambers, D., T. J. Linsmeier, C. Shakespeare and T. Sougiannis. 2007. An evaluation of SFAS No. 130 comprehensive income disclosures. Review of Accounting Studies 12(4): 557-593.
Chan, D. K. and K. Wong. 2002. Scope of auditors' liability, audit quality, and capital investment. Review of Accounting Studies 7(1): 97-122.
Chan, K. H., K. Z. Lin and P. L. Mo. 2006. A political-economic analysis of auditor reporting and auditor switches. Review of Accounting Studies 11(1): 21-48.
Cheng, Q. 2005. The role of analysts’ forecasts in accounting-based valuation: A critical evaluation. Review of Accounting Studies 10(1): 5-31.
Choi, Y., S. Lin, M. Walker and S. Young. 2007. Disagreement over the persistence of earnings components: Evidence on the properties of management-specific adjustments to GAAP earnings. Review of Accounting Studies 12(4): 595-622.
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Christensen, P. O. 2007. Discussion of “Using accounting information for consumption planning and equity valuation”. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 257-269.
Christensen, P. O. and G. A. Feltham. 1997. Sequential communication in agencies. Review of Accounting Studies 2(2): 123-155.
Christensen, P. O. and G. A. Feltham. 2000. Market performance measures and disclosure of private management information in capital markets. Review of Accounting Studies 5(4): 301-329.
Christensen, T. E. 2007. Discussion of “another look at GAAP versus the street: An empirical assessment of measurement error bias”. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 305-321.
Christensen, T. E. 2008. Discussion of “Evidence of differing market responses to beating analysts’ targets through tax expense decreases”. Review of Accounting Studies 13(2-3): 319-326.
Clinch, G., B. Sidhu and S. Sin. 2002. The usefulness of direct and indirect cash flow disclosures. Review of Accounting Studies 7(4): 383-404.
Cohen, D. A., R. N. Hann and M. Ogneva. 2007. Another look at GAAP versus the street: An empirical assessment of measurement error bias. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 271-303.
Coller, M. 1996. Information, noise, and asset prices: An experimental study. Review of Accounting Studies 1(1): 35-50.
Collins, D. W., G. Gong and P. Hribar. 2003. Investor sophistication and the mispricing of accruals. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 251-276.
Copeland, T., A. Dolgoff and A. Moel. 2004. The role of expectations in explaining the cross-section of stock returns. Review of Accounting Studies 9(2-3): 149-188.
Core, J. E., W. R. Guay, S. A. Richardson and R. S. Verdi. 2006. Stock market anomalies: What can we learn from repurchases and insider trading? Review of Accounting Studies 11(1): 49-70.
Cotter, J. and S. Richardson. 2002. Reliability of asset revaluations: The impact of appraiser independence. Review of Accounting Studies 7(4): 435-457.
Danielson, M. G. and E. Press. 2003. Accounting returns revisited: Evidence of their usefulness in estimating economic returns. Review of Accounting Studies 8(4): 493-530.
Darrough, M. and J. Ye. 2007. Valuation of loss firms in a knowledge-based economy. Review of Accounting Studies 12(1): 61-93.
Davila, A. and F. Penalva. 2006. Governance structure and the weighting of performance measures in CEO compensation. Review of Accounting Studies 11(4): 463-493.
Davila, A. and M. Venkatachalam. 2004. The relevance of non-financial performance measures for CEO compensation: Evidence from the airline industry. Review of Accounting Studies 9(4): 443-464.
Dechow, P. M. and W. Ge. 2006. The persistence of earnings and cash flows and the role of special items: Implications for the accrual anomaly. Review of Accounting Studies 11(2-3): 253-296.
Dechow, P. M., R. G. Sloan and M. T. Soliman. 2004. Implied equity duration: A new measure of equity risk. Review of Accounting Studies 9(2-3): 197-228.
Dechow, P. M., S. A. Richardson and I. Tuna. 2003. Why are earnings kinky? An examination of the earnings management explanation. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 355-384.
DeFond, M. L. and M. Hung. 2007. Investor protection and analysts’ cash flow forecasts around the world. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 377-419.
Demers, E. and B. Lev. 2001. A rude awakening: Internet shakeout in 2000. Review of Accounting Studies 6(2-3): 331-359.
Demers, E. A. 2007. Discussion of “Biases in multi-year management financial forecasts: Evidence from private venture-backed U.S. companies”. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 217-225.
Desai, H., S. Krishnamurthy and K. Venkataraman. 2006. Do short sellers target firms with poor earnings quality? Evidence from earnings restatements. Review of Accounting Studies 11(1): 71-90.
Dichev, I. D. 2003. Discussion of “The Differential persistence of accruals and cash flows for future operating income versus future profitability”. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 245-250.
Dietrich, J. R., K. A. Muller and E. J. Riedl. 2007. Asymmetric timeliness tests of accounting conservatism. Review of Accounting Studies 12(1): 95-124.
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D'Souza, J. 2000. The stock price impact of mandated accounting charges on rate-regulated firms. Review of Accounting Studies 5(3): 235-257.
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Dutta, S. and B. Trueman. 2002. The interpretation of information and corporate disclosure strategies. Review of Accounting Studies 7(1): 75-96.
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Dutta, S. and S. Reichelstein. 2005. Accrual accounting for performance evaluation. Review of Accounting Studies 10(4): 527-552.
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Easton, P. 2003. Discussion of “The predictive value of expenses excluded from pro forma earnings”. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 175-183.
Easton, P. 2004. Discussion of “Forward versus trailing earnings in equity valuation”. Review of Accounting Studies 9(2-3): 331-336.
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Ertimur, Y. 2007. Discussion of “How disclosure quality affects the level of information asymmetry”. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 479-485.
Ertimur, Y., J. Livnat and M. Martikainen. 2003. Differential market reactions to revenue and expense surprises. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 185-211.
Ettredge, M. L., S. Y. Kwon, D. B. Smith and M. S. Stone. 2006. The Effect of SFAS No. 131 on the cross-segment variability of profits reported by multiple segment firms. Review of Accounting Studies 11(1): 91-117.
Fairfield, P. M. 2006. Discussion of “The persistence of earnings and cash flows and the role of special items: Implications for the accrual anomaly”. Review of Accounting Studies 11(2-3): 297-303.
Fairfield, P. M. and T. L. Yohn. 2001. Using asset turnover and profit margin to forecast changes in profitability. Review of Accounting Studies 6(4): 371-385.
Fairfield, P. M., S. Whisenant and T. L. Yohn. 2003. The differential persistence of accruals and cash flows for future operating income versus future profitability. Review of Accounting Studies 8(2-3): 221-243.
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Feltham, G. A. and M. G. H. Wu. 2000. Public reports, information acquisition by investors, and management incentives. Review of Accounting Studies 5(2): 155-190.
Feltham, G. A. and M. G. H. Wu. 2001. Incentive efficiency of stock versus options. Review of Accounting Studies 6(1): 7-28.
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Glover, J. 2002. Discussion of: “Controlling investment decisions: Depreciation and capital charges”. Review of Accounting Studies 7(2-3): 283-287.
Gode, D. and J. Ohlson. 2004. Accounting-based valuation with changing interest rates. Review of Accounting Studies 9(4): 419-441.
Gode, D. and P. Mohanram. 2003. Inferring the cost of capital using the Ohlson-Juettner model. Review of Accounting Studies 8(4): 399-431.
Gosman, M. T. Kelly, P. Olsson and T. Warfield. 2004. The profitability and pricing of major customers. Review of Accounting Studies 9(1): 117-139.
Govindaraj, S. and R. T. S. Ramakrishnan. 2001. Accounting earnings processes, inter-temporal incentives and their implications for valuation. Review of Accounting Studies 6(4): 427-457.
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Griffin, P. A. 2003. Got information? Investor response to Form 10-K and Form 10-Q EDGAR filings. Review of Accounting Studies 8(4): 433-460.
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Hribar, P. and N. T. Jenkins. 2004. The effect of accounting restatements on earnings revisions and the estimated cost of capital. Review of Accounting Studies 9(2-3): 337-356.
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Hung, M. and K. R. Subramanyam. 2007. Financial statement effects of adopting international accounting standards: The case of Germany. Review of Accounting Studies 12(4): 623-657.
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Lambert, R. A. 1999. Discussion of “Asset valuation and performance measurement in a dynamic agency setting”. Review of Accounting Studies 4(3-4): 259-264.
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Lehavy, R. 2002. Reporting discretion and the choice of fresh start values in companies emerging from chapter 11 bankruptcy. Review of Accounting Studies 7(1): 53-73.
Lehavy, R. and R. G. Sloan. 2008. Investor recognition and stock returns. Review of Accounting Studies 13(2-3): 327-361.
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