List of Published Works


List of published work

The Jindal School of Management is proud of the intellectual contributions of its faculty and its ongoing commitment to research. A list of all published works for the last six years are provided here.

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Academic Area Contact
Accounting Kathleen Milam
Finance / Managerial Economics Beverly Young
Information Systems Aylin Calisir
Operations Management Anna Fox
Marketing Malissa Cloer
Organizations, Strategy and International Management Jennifer Budd



Gil Sadka

Industry Characteristics, Risk Premiums, and Debt Pricing, The Accounting Review, 2017
with Dan Amiram and Alon Kalay

Expected Earnings, Earnings News and Aggregate Stock Returns, Journal of Financial Markets, 2016
with Jung Ho Choi and Alon Kalay

Aggregate Earnings and Why They Matter, Journal of Accounting Literature, 2015
with Ray Ball

Legal Environment and the Differential Performance of Publicly Traded and Privately Held Firms, International Journal of Finance, 2014
with Bjorn Jorgensen, Yaniv Konchitchki, and N. Bugra Ozel

State Contract Law and Debt Contracts, Journal of Law and Economics, 2014
with Colleen Honigsberg and Sharon Katz

Earnings Dispersion and Aggregate Stock Returns, Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2012
with Bjorn Jorgensen and Jing Li

Predictability and the Earnings-Returns Relation, Journal of Financial Economics, 2009
with Ronnie Sadka

Liquidity and the Post-Earnings-Announcement-Drift, Financial Analysts Journal, 2009
with Tarun Chordia, Amit Goyal, Ronnie Sadka and Lakshmanan Shivakumar

Aggregate Earnings and Asset Prices, Journal of Accounting Research, 2009
with Ray Ball and Ronnie Sadka

Is Financial Reporting Shaped by Equity Markets or by Debt Markets? An International Study of Timeliness and Conservatism, Review of Accounting Studies, 2008
with Ray Ball and Ashok Robin

Understanding Stock Price Volatility: The Role of Earnings, Journal of Accounting Research, 2007

The Economic Consequences of Accounting Fraud in Product Markets: Theory and a case from the US Telecommunication Industry (WorldCom),, American Law and Economics Review, 2006