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The Accounting Review (2024) 99 (3): 115–140.
Published: 01 May 2024
...Peter D. Easton; Martin M. Kapons; Steven J. Monahan; Harm H. Schütt; Eric H. Weisbrod ABSTRACT We use a simple k-nearest neighbors algorithm (hereafter, k-NN*) to forecast earnings. k-NN* forecasts of one-, two-, and three-year-ahead earnings are more accurate than those generated...
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The Accounting Review (2023) 98 (7): 211–238.
Published: 01 November 2023
...Rita Gunn; Spencer Pierce; Miles Romney ABSTRACT Fundamental to the accounting literature is that firms’ stock prices relate positively to their earnings news. We examine a setting where investors may be unsure to which firm the announced earnings accrue: earnings announced by acquisition targets...
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The Accounting Review (2023) 98 (5): 481–493.
Published: 01 September 2023
.... Patricia M. Dechow, University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business, Leventhal School of Accounting, Los Angeles, CA, USA. Editor’s note: Invited. 15 03 2023 06 07 2023 12 07 2023 2023 sustainability reporting stakeholders shareholders ESG earnings...
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The Accounting Review (2022) 97 (3): 279–308.
Published: 01 May 2022
...Zachary Kaplan; Gerardo Pérez-Cavazos ABSTRACT We provide evidence that dividends signal sustainable earnings generated by assets-in-place for firms with weak investment opportunities. In the cross-section, both dividend levels and changes contain more earnings information among firms with weaker...
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The Accounting Review (2020) 95 (6): 263–289.
Published: 01 November 2020
...Moritz Hiemann ABSTRACT To explain the empirically documented nonlinear, non-monotonic relationship between earnings and firm value, it suffices to assume that firms continually take profit-maximizing decisions in response to newly arriving investment opportunities. The real options embedded...
Includes: Supplementary data
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The Accounting Review (2018) 93 (3): 25–57.
Published: 01 May 2018
...Eli Bartov; Lucile Faurel; Partha S. Mohanram ABSTRACT Prior research has examined how companies exploit Twitter in communicating with investors, and whether Twitter activity predicts the stock market as a whole. We test whether opinions of individuals tweeted just prior to a firm's earnings...
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The Accounting Review (2015) 90 (3): 859–880.
Published: 01 May 2015
..., including the prediction of financial distress, the information content of earnings announcements, the information content of prices, accounting and market measures of risk, discretion in financial reporting, conservatism, and value relevance of financial statements. Included is a brief summary of some...
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The Accounting Review (2014) 89 (2): 605–633.
Published: 01 March 2014
... that two companies audited by the same Big 4 auditor, subject to the same audit style, are more likely to have comparable earnings than two firms audited by two different Big 4 firms with different styles. By comparable we mean that two firms in the same industry and year will have a more similar accruals...
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The Accounting Review (2014) 89 (2): 725–757.
Published: 01 March 2014
...Kenneth J. Merkley ABSTRACT This paper examines how earnings performance relates to firms' narrative R&D disclosure decisions. The unique nature of R&D investments and financial statements' limited ability to communicate the value of such investments highlight the role of narrative...
Includes: Supplementary data
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The Accounting Review (2014) 89 (1): 1–26.
Published: 01 January 2014
... at The University of Chicago and set about researching the relation between earnings and share prices. It outlines the background against which we conducted the research, including the largely a priori accounting research literature at the time and the electric atmosphere and radical new ideas then in full...