Publications

Executive stock options, differential risk-taking incentives, and firm value,” with Christopher Armstrong. Journal of Financial Economics, 104 (2012) 70-88.

The role of bank monitoring in borrowers ‘disclosure: evidence from covenant violations,” dissertation. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 57 (2014) 176-195.

Direct evidence on the informational properties of earnings in loan contracts,” with Scott Dyreng and Joseph Weber. Journal of Accounting Research, 55 (2017) 371-406. [Link to my presentation at the JAR Conference]

The effects of bank mergers on corporate information disclosure,” with Qi Chen. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 64 (2017) 56-77.

Frequent financial reporting and managerial myopia,” with Arthur Kraft and Mohan Venkatachalam. The Accounting Review, 93 (2018) 249-275.

Mutual fund transparency and corporate myopia,” with Vikas Agarwal and Mohan Venkatachalam. Review of Financial Studies, 31 (2018) 1966-2003.

Foreign competition for shares and the pricing of information asymmetry: evidence from equity market liberalization,” with Karthik Balakrishnan and Robert Verrecchia.  Journal of Accounting and Economics, 67 (2019) 80-97.

Analyst recommendations and stock price bubbles, ” with Karthik Balakrishnan and Catherine Schrand. Journal of Financial Reporting, 5 (2020) 1-24.

Does differential taxation of short-term relative to long-term capital gains affect long-term investment?,” with Eric He, Martin Jacob, and Mohan Venkatachalam, Journal of Accounting and Economics, forthcoming.

Bank transparency and deposit flows,” with Qi Chen, Itay Goldstein, and Zeqiong Huang, Journal of Financial Economics, forthcoming.

Non-Refereed Publications

Discussion of “Making sense of soft information: interpretation bias and loan quality,” Journal of Accounting and Economics, forthcoming.

Working Papers

Liquidity transformation and fragility in the US banking sector,” with Qi Chen, Itay Goldstein, and Zeqiong Huang.

The decision relevance of loan fair values for depositors,” with Qi Chen and Shuyan Wang.

“Do firms smooth earnings less when  they can hedge noise better?” with Elia Ferracuti and Shuyan Wang.