Sheri Tice’s paper “Mutual Funds and Stock Fundamentals” has been accepted for publication in the Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.
Gus De Franco’s paper “Do Firms Mimic Industry Leaders’ Accounting? Evidence from Financial Statement Comparability” has been accepted for publication in The Accounting Review.
Amanda Heitz’s paper “Bank Loan Monitoring, Distance, and Delegation,” co-authored with Christopher Martin and Alexander Ufier (FDIC), has been accepted for publicatoni in AEA Papers and Proceedings
Pradeep Muthukrishnan’s paper “Corporate Hiring under Covid-19: Financial Constraints and the Nature of New Jobs?” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
Deen Kemsley’spaper “Tax Evasion on Lawful Income: Is it a Form of Money Laundering?” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial Crime.
In a paper published in the Journal of Management, Assistant Professor of Management Scott Kuban finds that when a CEO’s political ideology diverges from that of the governing party, their firms tend to reduce lobbying activities.
Gans Narayanamoorthy, John Page and Bohan Song’s paper “Insurance Rate Regulation, Management of the Loss Reserve and Pricing” has been accepted for publication in The Accounting Review.
Amanda Heitz won the Financial Management Association’s 2022 Best Paper Award in Financial Markets & Institutions.
Jasmijn Bol’s paper“The Dual-Role Framework: A Structured Approach for Analyzing Management Controls,” co-authored with Serena Loftus of Kent State University, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management Accounting Research.
Stephanie Cheng and Yuchen Zhang’spaper “‘High’ Innovators? Marijuana Legalization and Regional Innovation,” co-authored with Pengkai Lin of Singapore Management University and Yinliang Tan of the University of Houston, has been accepted for publication in Production and Operations Management.
Jasmijn Bol and Lisa LaViers’ paper “Creativity Contests: An Experimental Investigation of Eliciting Employee Creativity,” co-authored with Jason Sandvik, has been accepted for publication in Journal of Accounting Research.
Nishad Kapadia’s paper “One Vol to Rule Them All: Common Volatility Dynamics in Factor Returns,” co-authored with Matthew Linn (University of Massachusetts at Amherst) and Bradley Paye (Virginia Tech), has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.