Selected Research Contributions

Jamie Diaz, Financial Reporting Quality and Auditor Locality Contagion (with Gregory Martin and Wayne Thomas), Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, 2017 forthcoming.
Jamie Diaz, Does Auditor Locality Matter in Financial Reporting Quality? (with Gregory Martin and Wayne Thomas), Current Issues in Auditing, forthcoming.
Christine Petrovits, Why Bad Things Happen to Good Organizations: The Link between Governance and Asset Diversions in Public Charities (with Erica Harris and Michelle Yetman), Journal of Business Ethics, 2017 forthcoming.
Ken Njoroge, An Examination of the Statistical Significance and Economic Relevance of Profitability and Earnings Forecasts from Models and Analysts (with Mark Evans and Kevin Ow Yong, Contemporary Accounting Research, Forthcoming 2017.
Margot Howard, Case Writing Competition: Trouble with Transfer Pricing (with M. Carl Menconi), Strategic Finance, Forthcoming July 2017.
Alex Woods, The Implicit Incentive Effects of Horizontal Monitoring and Team Member Dependence on Individual Performance (with Karen Sedatole and Amy Swaney), Contemporary Accounting Research, 33 (2016): 889-919
Margot Howard, Taxes, Investors, and Managers: Exploring the Taxation of Foreign Investors in U.S. REITs (with K. A. Pancak, and D. A. Shackelford), The Journal of the American Taxation Association 38 (2016): 1-19.
Phil Shane, "Information in the Tails of the Distribution of Financial Analysts' Quarterly Earnings Forecasts" (with C. Truong and Q. Zhao), Financial Analysts Journal, 72 (2016): 84-99.
Michelle Bertolini, Retroactive marriage equality? Treasury again says yes (with John Masseli) Tax Notes, 10/24/2016.
Christine Petrovits, The Effect of Nonprofit Governance on Donations: Evidence from the Revised Form 990 (with Erica Harris and Michelle Yetman). The Accounting Review 90 (2015): 579-610.
Ken Njoroge, The Implicit Costs of Trade Credit Borrowing by Large Firms (with Justin Murfin), The Review of Financial Studies, 28 (2015): 112-145.
Kimberly Smith, The IASB's Discussion Paper on the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting: A Commentary and Research Review (with E. Gordon, J. Bischof, H. Daske, P. Munter, C. Saka, and E. Venter), Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting, 26 ( 2015): pp. 72-110.
Marc Picconi, Implications of Insufficient and Excess Cash for Future Performance (with Derek Oler), Contemporary Accounting Research, 31 ( 2014): 253-283.
Denise Jones, Changes in the Funded Status of Retirement Plans after the Adoption of SFAS No. 158: Economic Improvement or Balance Sheet Management? Contemporary Accounting Research, 33 (2013): 1099-1132.
Phil Shane, "The Role of Financial Analysts in Stock Market Efficiency with Respect to Annual Earnings and its Cash and Accrual Components (with D. Hollie and Q. Zhao). Accounting and Finance, (2015) doi: 10.1111/acfi.12138.
Phil Shane, "Changes in Cash: Persistence and Market Pricing (with J. Chen), Journal of Accounting Research, 52 (2014): 599-634.
Michelle Bertolini, Mandatory Arbitration within Tax Treaties: A Need for a Coherent International Standard (with Pam Weaver), Journal of Legal Tax Research, December 2013.
Phil Shane, Academic Research and Standard Setting: The Case of Other Comprehensive Income (with Lynn Rees) Accounting Horizons, 26 (2012): 789-815.
Alex Woods, "Subjective Adjustments to Objective Performance Measures: The Influence of Prior Performance, Accounting, Organizations and Society, 37 (2012): 403 - 425.
Phil Shane, Do Analysts' Long-term Growth Forecasts Matter? Evidence from Stock Recommendations and Career Outcomes (with B. Jung and Y. Yang), Journal of Accounting and Economics, 53 (2012): 55-76.
Denise Jones and Kimberly Smith, Comparing the Value Relevance, Predictive Value, and Persistence of Other Comprehensive Income and Special Items, The Accounting Review, (November 2011): 2047-2073.
Christine Petrovits, Is Doing Good for You? How Corporate Charitable Contributions Enhance Revenue Growth (with Baruch Lev and Suresh Radhakrishnan. Strategic Management Journal, 31 (2010): 182-200.
Marc Picconi, Making Sense of Cents: An Examination of Firms that Marginally Miss or Beat Analyst Forecasts (with Sanjeev Bhojraj, Paul Hribar and John McInnis), The Journal of Finance, 64 (2009): 2361-2388.