The following is a list of representative publications and working papers between Accounting faculty and current and former Ph.D. students. Current and former students are highlighted in bold.
Blankespoor E., G. Miller, and H. White, The Role of Dissemination in Market Liqudity: Evidence from Firms’ use of Twitter. TheAccounting Review, 89 (1) (2014): 79-112.
Blankespoor E., B. Hendricks, and G. Miller, Perceptions and Price: Evidence from CEO Presentations at IPO Roadshows, Working Paper, 2015.
Bushman R., B. Hendricks, and C. Williams, Bank Competition: Measurement, Decision-Making and Risk Profiles, Working Paper, 2015.
Caskey J., M. Minnis, and V. Nagar, Investor Relations and the Flow of Information through Investor Networks, Working Paper, 2015.
Chen J., V. Nagar, and J. Schoenfeld, Sources of Analyst Expertise, Working Paper, 2015.
Hendricks B., and G. Miller, Does the Founder’s Premium Really Exist? Evidence from a Longitudinal Study of IPO Firms, Working Paper, 2015.
Hendricks B., J. Neilson, C. Shakespeare, and C. Williams, Responding to Regulatory Uncertainty: Evidence from the Proposed Basel III Rules on Mortgage Servicing Rights, Working Paper, 2015.
Li, F., M. Minnis, V. Nagar, and M. Rajan, Knowledge, compensation, and firm value: An empirical analysis of firm value. Journal of Accounting and Economics 58 (2014): 96-116.
Miller, G. and C. Synn, Friends with the Media, Working Paper, 2015.
Neamtiu, M., N. Shroff, H. White, and C. Williams, The Impact of Ambiguity on Managerial Investment and Cash Holdings, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting 41(2014): 1071-1099.
C. Synn and C. Williams, Financial Reporting Quality and Optimal Capital Structure, Working Paper, 2015.