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Contemporary Accounting Research 2014

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

Contemporary Accounting Research 2010-2017 | Journal Bibliographies

Altamuro, J., R. Johnston, S. Pandit and H. Zhang. 2014. Operating leases and credit assessments. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 551-580.

Baginski, S. P., S. B. Clinton and S. T. Mcquire. 2014. Forward-looking voluntary disclosure in proxy contests. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1008-1046.

Balsam, S., W. Jiang and B. Lu. 2014. Equity incentives and internal control weaknesses. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 178-201.

Bedard, J. C., R. Hoitash and U. Hoitash. 2014. Chief financial officers as inside directors. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 787-817.

Black, D. E., S. S. Dikolli and S. D. Dyreng. 2014. CEO pay-for-complexity and the risk of managerial diversion from multinational diversification. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 136-151.

Bova, F., M. Minutti-Meza, G. Richardson and D. Vyas. 2014. The Sarbances-Oxley Act and exit strategies of private firms. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 818-850.

Burgstahler, D. 2014. Discussion of "The shapes of scaled earnings histograms are not due to scaling and sample selection: Evidence from distributions of reported earnings per share". Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 522-530.

Carter, C. and C. Spence. 2014. Being a successful professional: An exploration of who makes partner in the Big 4. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 949-981.

Causholli, M., D. J. Chambers and J. L. Payne. 2014. Future nonaudit service fees and audit quality. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 681-712.

Christensen, T. E., M. S. Drake and J. R. Thornock. 2014. Optimistic reporting and pessimistic investing: Do pro forma earnings disclosures attract short sellers? Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 67-102.

Christodoulou, D. and S. Mcleay. 2014. The double entry constraint, structural modeling and econometric estimation. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 609-628.

Church, B. K., R. L. Hannan and X. Kuang. 2014. Information acquisition and opportunistic behavior in managerial reporting. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 398-419.

Clor-Proell, S. M., C. A. Proell and T. D. Warfield. 2014. The effects of presentation salience and measurement subjectivity on nonprofessional investors' fair value judgments. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 45-66.

Clune, R., D. R. Harmanson, J. G. Tompkins and Z. Ye. 2014. The nominating committee process: A qualitative examination of board independence and formalization. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 748-786.

Contemporary Accounting Research. 2014. Retracted: Hunton, J. E., R. Hoitash and J. C. Thibodeau. 2011. The relationship between perceived tone at the top and earnings quality. Contemporary Accounting Research 28(4): 1190-1224. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 937-938.

Curtis, A. B., R. J. Lundholm and S. E. Mcvay. 2014. Forecasting sales: A model and some evidence from the retail industry. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 581-608.

Dai, Z., L. Jin and W. Zhang. 2014. Executive pay-performance sensitivity and litigation. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 152-177.

DeFond, M. L. and J. Zhang. 2014. The timeliness of the bond market reaction to bad earnings news. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 911-936.

Donohoe, M. P. and W. R. Knechel. 2014. Does corporate tax aggressiveness influence audit pricing? Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 284-308.

Dowling, C. and S. A. Leech. 2014. A Big 4 firm's use of information technology to control the audit process: How an audit support system is changing auditor behavior. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 230-252.

Ecker, F. 2014. Information precision and long-run performance of initial public offerings. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 876-910.

Ecker, F. and K. Schipper. 2014. Discussion of "Analysts' cash flow forecasts and the decline of the accruals anomaly" and "Analysts' cash flow forecasts and accrual mispricing". Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1171-1190.

Evans, M. E., L. Hodder and P. E. Hopkins. 2014. The predictive ability of fair values for future financial performance of commercial banks and the relation of predictive ability to banks' share prices. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 13-44.

Gaertner, F. B. 2014. CEO after-tax compensation incentives and corporate tax avoidance. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1077-1102.

Gallemore, J., E. L. Maydew and J. R. Thornock. 2014. The reputational costs of tax avoidance. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1103-1133.

Haw, I., J. J. Lee and W. Lee. 2014. Debt financing and accounting conservatism in private firms. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1220-1259.

Hughes, J. S. and S. Pae. 2014. Discretionary disclosure and efficiency of entrepreneurial investment. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 982-1007.

Jorgensen, B. N., Y. G. Lee and S. Rock. 2014. The shapes of scaled earnings histograms are not due to scaling and sample selection: Evidence from distributions of reported earnings per share. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 498-521.

Jung, B., W. Lee and D. P. Weber. 2014. Financial reporting quality and labor investment efficiency. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1047-1076.

Kim, J. and L. Zhang. 2014. Financial reporting opacity and expected crash risk: Evidence from implied volatility smirks. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 851-875.

Li, W. 2014. A theory on the discontinuity in earnings distributions. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 469-497.

Mauldin, E. G. and C. J. Wolfe. 2014. How do auditors address control deficiencies that bias accounting estimates? Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 658-680.

Mayhew, B. W. and P. R. Murphy. 2014. The impact of authority on reporting behavior, rationalization and affect. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 420-443.

Mohanram, P. S. 2014. Analysts' cash flow forecasts and the decline of the accruals anomaly. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1143-1170.

Mouritsen, J. 2014. Discussion of "Accounting and sweatshops: Enabling coordination and control in low-price apparel production chains". Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 347-353.

Neu, D., A. S. Rahaman and J. Everett. 2014. Accounting and sweatshops: Enabling coordination and control in low-price apparel production chains. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 322-346.

Oler, D. K. and M. P. Picconi. 2014. Implications of insufficient and excess cash for future performance. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 253-283.

Quadackers, L., T. Groot and A. Wright. 2014. Auditors' professional skepticism: Neurtrality versus presumptive doubt. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 639-657.

Radhakrishnan, S. and S. Wu. 2014. Analysts' cash flow forecasts and accrual mispricing. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1191-1219.

Salterio, S. E. 2014. We don't replicate accounting research - Or do we? Contemporary Accounting Research 31(4): 1134-1142.

Shroff, P. K., R. Venkataraman and B. Xin. 2014. Timeliness of analysts' forecasts: The information content of delayed forecasts. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 202-229.

Stolowy, H., M. Messner, T. Jeanjean and C. R. Baker. 2014. The construction of a trustworthy investment opportunity: Insights from the Madoff fraud. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 354-397.

Sundgren, S. and T. Svanstrom. 2014. Auditor-in-charge characteristics and going-concern reporting. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 531-550.

Tian, J. J. 2014. Board monitoring and endogenous information asymmetry. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 136-151.

Wu, Y. and B. Tuttle. 2014. The interactive effects of internal control audits and manager legal liability on managers' internal control decisions, investor confidence, and market prices. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(2): 444-468.

Young, J. J. 2014. Separating the political and technical: Accounting standard-setting and purification. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 713-747.