Reuven Lehavy

Reuven Lehavy

  • Victor L. Bernard - Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP Collegiate Professor of Accounting
  • Faculty Director, Paton Accounting Center

Contact Information

Phone
(734) 763-1508
Fax
(734) 936-0282
Email
Room
R3490
Research

Professor Lehavy's research interests include the usefulness of financial analysts' price targets, stock recommendations and earnings forecasts; firms' use of accounting report discretion (earnings management); and the interaction between analysts' earnings forecasts targets and firms' reporting choices.

The Ambivalent Mind Can Be a Wise Mind: Emotional Ambivalence Increases Judgment Accuracy

Authors
Reuven Lehavy (with Laura Rees, Naomi Rothman, Jeffrey Sanchez-Burks)
Published Date
2013

Source

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
Volume: 
49
Issue: 
3
Pages: 
360-367

The Earnings Announcement Premium Around the Globe

Authors
Reuven Lehavy ( with Brad Barber, Emmanuel De George and Brett Trueman)
Published Date
2013

Source

Journal of Financial Economics (JFE)
Volume: 
108
Issue: 
1
Pages: 
118-138

Kmart: Predicting Bankruptcy, Fresh Start Reporting, and Valuation of Distressed Securities

Authors
Reuven Lehavy with Suneel Udpa
Published Date
05/2011

Source

Issues in Accounting Education
Volume: 
26
Issue: 
2
Pages: 
391-419
Authors
Reuven Lehavy with Feng Li and Kenneth Merkley
Published Date
05/2011

Source

The Accounting Review
Volume: 
86
Issue: 
3
Pages: 
1087-1115

Limited Attention and the Earnings Announcement Returns of Past Stock Market Winners

Authors
Reuven Lehavy with David Aboody and Brett Trueman
Published Date
2010

Source

Review of Accounting Studies
Volume: 
June
Issue: 
15
Pages: 
317-344
Authors
Reuven Lehavy with Brad Barber and Brett Trueman
Published Date
2010

Source

Financial Management (FM)
Volume: 
39
Issue: 
2
Pages: 
533-553

The Quality of Analysts' Cash Flow Forecasts

Authors
Reuven Lehavy with Dan Givoly and Carla Hayn
Published Date
2009

Source

The Accounting Review
Volume: 
84
Issue: 
6
Pages: 
1877-1911
Ross Thought In Action
Professor Reuven Lehavy shows how after-hours trading reveals an elusive element of investor sentiment at the company level.

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