Kenneth J Merkley
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The effect of annual report readability on analyst following and the properties of their earnings forecasts
R Lehavy, F Li, K Merkley
The Accounting Review 86 (3), 1087-1115, 2011
9622011
Narrative disclosure and earnings performance: Evidence from R&D disclosures
KJ Merkley
The Accounting Review 89 (2), 725-757, 2014
2832014
Does the scope of the sell‐side analyst industry matter? An examination of bias, accuracy, and information content of analyst reports
K Merkley, R Michaely, J Pacelli
The Journal of Finance 72 (3), 1285-1334, 2017
1412017
Do managers use earnings guidance to influence street earnings exclusions?
TE Christensen, KJ Merkley, JW Tucker, S Venkataraman
Review of Accounting Studies 16 (3), 501-527, 2011
872011
Detailed management earnings forecasts: do analysts listen?
KJ Merkley, LS Bamber, TE Christensen
Review of Accounting Studies 18 (2), 479-521, 2013
612013
Do Audit Personnel Salaries Impact Audit Quality?
JL Hoopes, KJ Merkley, J Pacelli, JH Schroeder
Review of Accounting Studies, Conditionally Accepted, 2017
57*2017
Immaterial error corrections and financial reporting reliability
P Choudhary, K Merkley, K Schipper
Contemporary Accounting Research 38 (4), 2423-2460, 2021
49*2021
Auditors’ quantitative materiality judgments: Properties and implications for financial reporting reliability
P Choudhary, K Merkley, K Schipper
Journal of Accounting Research 57 (5), 1303-1351, 2019
44*2019
Securities law expertise and corporate disclosure
Z Bozanic, P Choudhary, KJ Merkley
The Accounting Review 94 (4), 141-172, 2019
442019
Cultural diversity on Wall Street: Evidence from consensus earnings forecasts
K Merkley, R Michaely, J Pacelli
Journal of Accounting and Economics 70 (1), 101330, 2020
41*2020
Litigation risk and the regulation of Non-GAAP reporting
RA Cazier, TE Christensen, KJ Merkley, J Treu
Available at SSRN 2928260, 2017
33*2017
Timeliness of form 10-K, firm financial performance and information uncertainty
P Choudhary, KJ Merkley, J Schloetzer
Working paper, Georgetown University, 2009
26*2009
When are firms sued for qualitative disclosures? Implications of the safe harbor for forward-looking statements
RA Cazier, KJ Merkley, JS Treu
The Accounting Review 95 (1), 31-55, 2020
19*2020
Human Versus Machine: A Comparison of Robo-Analyst and Traditional Research Analyst Investment RecommendationsHuman Versus Machine: A Comparison of Robo-Analyst and Traditional …
B Coleman, KJ Merkley, J Pacelli
The Accounting Review, 0
15*
The genesis of voluntary disclosure: An analysis of firms’ first earnings guidance
KD Allee, TE Christensen, BS Graden, KJ Merkley
Management Science 67 (3), 1914-1938, 2021
13*2021
The costs of waiving audit adjustments
P Choudhary, KJ Merkley, K Schipper
Available at SSRN 3112957, 2021
12*2021
What do forward and backward-looking narratives add to the informativeness of earnings press releases
SB Bonsall, Z Bozanic, KJ Merkley
Available at SSRN, 2014
12*2014
Through the eyes of the founder: CEO characteristics and firms' regulatory filings
BE Hendricks, MH Lang, KJ Merkley
Available at SSRN 2962806, 2021
112021
Does the Freedom of Information Act Foil the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Intent to Keep Investigations Confidential?
B Coleman, K Merkley, B Miller, J Pacelli
Management Science 67 (6), 3419-3428, 2021
92021
Speech is silver, but silence is golden: Information suppression and the promotion of innovation
G Kankanhalli, A Kwan, KJ Merkley
Available at SSRN 2902341, 2019
82019
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