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
8742011
Narrative disclosure and earnings performance: Evidence from R&D disclosures
KJ Merkley
The Accounting Review 89 (2), 725-757, 2014
2532014
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
1262017
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
852011
Detailed management earnings forecasts: do analysts listen?
KJ Merkley, LS Bamber, TE Christensen
Review of Accounting Studies 18 (2), 479-521, 2013
572013
Do Audit Personnel Salaries Impact Audit Quality?
JL Hoopes, KJ Merkley, J Pacelli, JH Schroeder
Review of Accounting Studies, Conditionally Accepted, 2017
44*2017
Do immaterial error corrections matter?
P Choudhary, KJ Merkley, K Schipper
Available at SSRN 2830676, 2019
38*2019
Securities law expertise and corporate disclosure
Z Bozanic, P Choudhary, KJ Merkley
The Accounting Review 94 (4), 141-172, 2019
382019
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
33*2019
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
29*2020
Timeliness of form 10-K, firm financial performance and information uncertainty
P Choudhary, KJ Merkley, J Schloetzer
Working paper, Georgetown University, 2009
26*2009
Litigation risk and the regulation of Non-GAAP reporting
RA Cazier, TE Christensen, KJ Merkley, J Treu
Available at SSRN 2928260, 2017
25*2017
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
14*2020
Man versus Machine: A comparison of robo-analyst and traditional research analyst investment recommendations
B Coleman, KJ Merkley, J Pacelli
Available at SSRN 3514879, 2020
122020
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
11*2021
The Costs of Waiving Audit Adjustments
P Choudhary, KJ Merkley, K Schipper
Available at SSRN 3112957, 2020
11*2020
Through the eyes of the founder: CEO characteristics and firms' regulatory filings
BE Hendricks, MH Lang, KJ Merkley
Available at SSRN 2962806, 2021
92021
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
9*2014
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
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, 2020
52020
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