The breadth of our research is extensive with faculty collectively examining a multitude of issues related to asset pricing, corporate finance, assurance, financial reporting, tax, information systems, management control systems, law, governance and ethics.
Faculty also utilize the full-range of research methods including theoretical modeling, simulations, archival analysis, field and lab experiments, surveys and interviews. As a consequence of the emphasis on diversity, our research is relevant to a broad audience including standard setters, regulators, accounting and finance professionals in practice, and policy makers.
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Chow, Travis, Sterling Huang, Kenneth Klassen, and Jeffery Ng. 2021.The Influence of Corporate Income Taxes on Investment Location: Evidence from Corporate Headquarters Relocations.
Management Science, forthcoming.
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Huang, Alan Guoming, Hongping Tan, and Russ Wermers. 2020. Institutional Trading around Corporate News: Evidence from Textual Analysis.
The Review of Financial Studies 33, no. 10 (2020): 4627–4675.
Johnson, Joseph A., Jochen Theis, Adam Vitalis, and Donald Young. 2020. The Influence of Firms’ Emissions Management Strategy Disclosures on Investors’ Valuation Judgments.
Contemporary Accounting Research 37, no. 2 (2020): 642–664.