Jeff Yu PhD
“The Spillover Effect of Fraudulent Financial Reporting on Peer Firms’ Investment Efficiency” with Anne Beatty and Scott Liao. 2013. Journal of Accounting and Economics 55 (2-3): 183-205.
“Short Arbitrage, Return Asymmetry and the Accrual Anomaly” with David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh. 2011. Review of Financial Studies 24 (7): 2429- 2461. Also summarized in The CFA Digest 41 (4): 54-55.
“Conservatism and Debt” with Anne Beatty and Joseph Weber. 2008. Journal of Accounting and Economics 45 (2-3): 154-174 (Lead Article).
“Information Asymmetry in International Acquisitions: the Role of Information Institutions” with Qi Zhou and Jay Anand. 2007. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings: 1-6.
“Did Information Intermediaries See the Banking Crisis Coming from Leading Indicators in Banks’ Financial Statements?” with Hemang Desai and Shiva Rajgopal (Accepted by 2013 Contemporary Accounting Research Conference)
“Bank Loan Spread and Private Information: Pending Approval Patents” with Marlene Plumlee, Yuan Xie and Meng Yan (Revise and Resubmit at Review of Accounting Studies)
“Loan Spreads and Unexpected Earnings: Do Banks Know what Analyst Don’t Know?” (under review at Journal of Accounting and Economics)
“R&D Reporting Rule and Firm Efficiency” with Neil Bhattacharya, Yoshie Saito and Ram Venkataraman (submitting to Quarterly Journal of Economics)
“Do Conglomerates Operate More Efficiently than Single-Segment Firms?” with Neil Bhattacharya and Johan Sulaeman (submitting to Journal of Finance)
“Relinquishing the Right to Keep Silence: Accrual Disclosure Changes after Short Interest Spikes” with Xi Li.