Journal of Accounting Research, April 2022
Dr Jinzhi Lu develops a theory to study the consequences of providing more detailed information to rationally inattentive investors.
The Accounting Review, forthcoming
When financial misreporting risks are heightened in less litigious environments, boards make counterbalances to CEOs’ equity compensation.
Journal of Accounting and Economics, August 2020
Firms with inspected auditors are more likely to receive an acquisition bid, complete deals, and achieve higaher deal announcement returns
The Accounting Review, July 2020
Firms located in cities that have been attacked issue more downward biased earnings forecasts
The Accounting Review, May 2020
Transparent financial reporting is an excellent guide to companies with high productivity
The Accounting Review, March 2020
Keeping hold of proprietary knowledge is vital and the “Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine” in the U.S. is making a significant impact
Journal of Accounting and Economics, February 2020
Do auditors' perceptions of client executives' facial trustworthiness affect their fee decisions?