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Faculty Research Briefs

2018

For earnings announcements, the message should fit the medium
Featuring Stephanie Grant

2017

“Robo-journalism” on corporate earnings increases trading volume and liquidity
Featuring Ed deHaan and Elizabeth Blankespoor

2016

2015

“Stale” accounting disclosures still useful to informed investors
Featuring Jake Thornock

2014

Burgstahler awarded Schoeller Senior Fellowship
Featuring David Burgstahler

Foster Faculty receive international recognition for superior research
Featuring Benjamin Hallen, Christopher Hrdlicka, Christopher M. Barnes, David Burgstahler, Hema Yoganarasimhan, Robert W. Palmatier, Terence Mitchell, Thomas Gilbert, Thomas Jones, and Thomas William Lee

Foster School continues run of stellar faculty hires in every department
Featuring Amin Sayedi, Benjamin Hallen, Florian Schulz, Hema Yoganarasimhan, Lea Dunn, and Phillip Quinn

Hidden in the accounting, a more accurate way to forecast sales
Featuring Asher Curtis and Sarah McVay

Hodge wins 2014 PACCAR Award for Excellence in Teaching
Featuring Frank Hodge

Short-sellers trade on accounting information, not price declines
Featuring Asher Curtis

The Year in Research: 2013-14
Featuring Asher Curtis, Christopher Hrdlicka, Christopher M. Barnes, Jarrad Harford, Mark Forehand, Nidhi Agrawal, Ryan Fehr, Scott J. Reynolds, Shailendra Pratap Jain, Terence Mitchell, Thomas Gilbert, Thomas Jones, and Xiao-Ping Chen

2013

2012

Introducing the most precise measure of CEO ability
Featuring Sarah McVay

Wells receives Special Award from Washington Society of CPAs
Featuring William L. Wells

2011

CFO’s personal style shapes a firm’s financial reporting
Featuring Dawn Matsumoto and Weili Ge

Clawbacks make CEOs more accountable for firm’s financial reporting
Featuring Frank Hodge

Palmrose explores accounting foundations to reconcile modern complexities
Featuring Zoe-Vonna Palmrose