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Recent Scholarly Research

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DATE Title Author Type
2020 International Accounting Mark Finn, Hector Perera, Timothy Doupnik book
2019 The economic consequences of audit firms' quality control system deficiencies, Management Science Daniel Aobdia article
2019 Does engagement partner expertise matter? Evidence from the U.S. operations of the Big 4 audit firms Daniel Aobdia, Saad Siddiqui, Andres Vinelli working paper
2019 Detecting Opportunistic Behavior in Public Short Campaigns Danqi Hu working paper
2019 Changes in Big N auditors' client selection and retention strategies over time Daniel Aobdia, Anup Srivastava, Luminita Enache working paper
2019 Do practitioner assessments agree with academic proxies for audit quality? Evidence from PCAOB and internal inspections, Journal of Accounting and Economics Daniel Aobdia article
2019 Does the Public Availability of Market Participants' Trading Data Affect Firm Disclosure? Evidence from Short Sellers Danqi Hu working paper
2019 “Accounting Expertise and Financial Reporting Complexity”, Journal of Accounting and Economics Andrew J. Leone, Roman Chychyla, Miguel Minutti-Meza article
2019 “Influential Observations and Inference in Accounting Research”, The Accounting Review Andrew J. Leone, Miguel Minutti-Meza, Charles Wasley article
2019 "Financial Statement Complexity and Bank Lending", Journal of Accounting and Economics Andrew J. Leone, Indraneel Chakraborty, Miguel Minutti-Meza, Matthew A. Phillips working paper
2019 The Speed of the Market Reaction to Pre-Open versus Post-Close Earnings Announcements Matthew Lyle working paper
2019 Do Managers Avoid Disclosing to High Frequency Traders? Danqi Hu, Andrew Stephan working paper
2019 Short-Selling Constraints and Bank Holding Companies’ Loss Recognition and Risk Taking Danqi Hu, Wei Li, Scott Liao, Yunyan Zhang working paper
2019 In Search of Credible Signals in Unregulated Markets Danqi Hu, Andrew J. Leone, Valerie Zhang working paper
2019 Which audit input matters? An analysis of the determinants of audit quality, profitability, and audit fees using PCAOB data Daniel Aobdia, Preeti Choudhary, Noah Newberger working paper
2019 Hedging by Firms: A Managerial Control Perspective Swaminathan Sridharan, Ronald A. Dye working paper
2019 Economic consequences of the Choice of Sequencing of Accounting and Real Earnings Management. Swaminathan Sridharan, Ronald A. Dye working paper
2019 Do U.S. Corporations Hire U.S. Educated Skilled Immigrants to Lower their Labor Costs? Evidence from the Audit Industry Daniel Aobdia, Anup Srivastava working paper
2019 The Term Structure of the Implied Costs of Equity Capital, Review of Accounting Studies Matthew Lyle, J. L. Callen article
2018 The impact of the PCAOB individual engagement inspection process - Preliminary evidence, The Accounting Review Daniel Aobdia article

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