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Chen, C., Kim, M., Li, L., & Zhu, W.
(2021).
Accounting Performance Goals in CEO Compensation and Corporate Risk Taking.
Management Science

Cohen, J., Zehms, K., & Obermire, K.
(2021).
Audit committee members’ professional identities: Evidence from the field.
Accounting, Organizations and Society
(93), article 101242.

Burke, Q., & Warfield, T.
(2021).
Bank Interest Rate Risk Management and Valuation of Earnings.
Accounting and Finance
(61), 4287-4337.

Griffith, E., Kadous, K., & Young, D.
(2021).
Improving Complex Audit Judgments: A Framework and Evidence.
Contemporary Accounting Research
(38), 2071-2104.

Laplante, S., Lynch, D., & Vernon (Bull), M.
(2021).
Internal Information Quality and State Tax Planning.
Contemporary Accounting Research

Gaertner, F., Kausar, A., & Steele, L.
(2020).
Negative Accounting Earnings and Gross Domestic Product.
Review of Accounting Studies
(25), 1382–1409.

Wang, Y., Guo, C., Susarla, A., & Sambamurthy, V.
(2021).
Online to Offline: The Impact of Social Media on Offline Sales in the Automobile Industry.
Information Systems Research
(32), 582-604.

Amberger, H., Markle, K., & Samuel, D.
(2021).
Repatriation Taxes, Internal Agency Conflicts, and Subsidiary-level Investment Efficiency.
The Accounting Review
(96), 1-25.

Warfield, T., Kaufman, M., & Convery, A.
(2021).
STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT AND EFFECTIVE STANDARD-SETTING.
Accounting Horizons

Majerczyk, M., & Thomas, T.
(2021).
Superiors’ Discretionary Allocations when Agents Face Disparate Performance Risk.
Journal of Management Accounting Research
(33), 151-166.

Martin, R., & Thomas, T.
(2021).
Target Setting with Compensation Discretion: How are Ex Ante Targets Affected When Superiors Have Ex Post Discretion?.
Accounting, Organizations and Society

Linsmeier, T., & Wheeler, E.
(2021).
The Debate over Subsequent Accounting for Goodwill.
Accounting Horizons
(35), 107-128.

Guo, C., Kim, T., Susarla, A., & Sambamurthy, V.
(2020).
Understanding Content Contribution Behavior in a Geo-Segmented Mobile Virtual Community: The Context of Waze.
Information Systems Research
(31), 1398-1420.