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Stephanie Grant
Office: 533
PACCAR Hall
Phone: 206-543-2904

Curriculum vitae:

Foster School of Business
University of Washington
Box: 353200
Seattle, WA 98195

Stephanie Grant

Assistant Professor of Accounting
William R. Gregory Accounting Faculty Fellowship

Education

PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2016)
MAcc University of Northern Iowa (2008)
BS University of Northern Iowa (2007)

Academic Expertise

financial accounting

Positions Held

At the University of Washington since 2016

Selected Publications

  1. Trader Participation in Disclosure: Implications of Interactions with Management.
    Journal Article:Elliott, W. B., Grant, S. M., and J. L. Hobson, (forthcoming). Contemporary Accounting Research,
  2. The effect of mobile device use and headline focus on investor judgments
    Journal Article:Brown, T. J., Grant, S. M., and A. M. Winn, (forthcoming). Accounting, Organizations and Society,
  3. How Disclosure Medium Affects Investor Reactions to CEO Bragging, Modesty, and Humblebragging
    Journal Article:Grant, S. M., Hodge, F. D., and R. K. Sinha, (2018). Accounting, Organizations and Society, Vol. 68-69, pp. 118-134.
  4. Negative News and Investor Trust: The Role of $Firm and #CEO Twitter Use
    Journal Article:Elliott, W. B., Grant, S. M., and F. D. Hodge, (2018). Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 56(5), pp. 1483-1519.
  5. How Disclosure Features of Corporate Social Responsibility Reports Interact with Investor Numeracy to Influence Investor Judgments.
    Journal Article:Elliott, W. B., Grant, S. M., and K. M. Rennekamp, (2017). Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 34(3), pp. 1596-1621.

Working Papers

– “How do information access tools change investors’ reactions to firms’ disclosures? The role of mobile devices and information choice within disclosures”
– “Navigating through the crowd: How do features of social media platforms influence investor judgments?” with Brooke Elliott and Brian Gale.
– “Can a skeptical frame of mind reduce investors’ reliance on fake news?” with Frank Hodge and Samantha Seto.
– “Gaming regulation with image-based tweets” with Nerissa Brown and Brooke Elliott.
– “Repetition, interactivity, and investors’ processing of firm disclosures” with Nerissa Brown and Brian Gale.