Thomas Steffen
Thomas Steffen
Assistant Professor of Accounting, Yale University
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CEO behavioral integrity, auditor responses, and firm outcomes
SS Dikolli, T Keusch, WJ Mayew, TD Steffen
The Accounting Review 95 (2), 61-88, 2020
88*2020
Has the regulation of non-GAAP disclosures influenced managers’ use of aggressive earnings exclusions?
EL Black, TE Christensen, PV Kiosse, TD Steffen
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance 32 (2), 209-240, 2017
662017
The Information Asymmetry Effects of Expanded Disclosures about Derivative and Hedging Activities
TD Steffen
Available at SSRN 2739883, 2020
17*2020
Non-GAAP earnings disclosure and IPO pricing
NC Brown, TE Christensen, A Menini, TD Steffen
152018
The influence of manager-analyst interactions on street earnings: evidence from conference calls and excluded analysts
EL Black, TE Christensen, PV Kiosse, TD Steffen
Available at SSRN 2992618, 2019
11*2019
The economic cost of cybersecurity breaches: A broad-based analysis
J Haislip, K Kolev, R Pinsker, T Steffen
Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS), 1-37, 2019
82019
Non-GAAP earnings disclosure and the valuation of IPOs
N Brown, T Christensen, A Menini, T STEFFEN
Unpublished paper, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of …, 2020
52020
Consensus Analyst Target Prices: Information Content and Implications for Investors
A Palley, TD Steffen, F Zhang
Available at SSRN 3467800, 2019
32019
The Informational Role of Investor Relations: Evidence from the Debt Market
E Kim, M Sethuraman, TD Steffen
Available at SSRN 3297289, 2020
2020
The Informational Role of Investor Relations: Evidence from the Debt MarketThe Informational Role of Investor Relations: Evidence from the Debt Market
E Kim, M Sethuraman, TD Steffen
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