Jeffrey Hales
TitleCited byYear
Predicting the next step of a random walk: experimental evidence of regime-shifting beliefs
R Bloomfield, J Hales
Journal of financial Economics 65 (3), 397-414, 2002
2262002
Directional preferences, information processing, and investors' forecasts of earnings
J Hales
Journal of Accounting Research 45 (3), 607-628, 2007
1262007
Who believes the hype? An experimental examination of how language affects investor judgments
J Hales, XI Kuang, S Venkataraman
Journal of Accounting Research 49 (1), 223-255, 2011
1242011
Understanding analysts' use of stock returns and other analysts' revisions when forecasting earnings
MB Clement, J Hales, Y Xue
Journal of Accounting and Economics 51 (3), 279-299, 2011
106*2011
The effect of information strength and weight on behavior in financial markets
MW Nelson, R Bloomfield, JW Hales, R Libby
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 86 (2), 168-196, 2001
782001
Accounting for lease renewal options: The informational effects of unit of account choices
JW Hales, S Venkataraman, TJ Wilks
The Accounting Review 87 (1), 173-197, 2011
522011
Experimental evidence of how prior experience as an auditor influences managers’ strategic reporting decisions
KO Bowlin, J Hales, SJ Kachelmeier
Review of Accounting Studies 14 (1), 63-87, 2009
462009
Experimental evidence of how prior experience as an auditor influences managers’ strategic reporting decisions
KO Bowlin, J Hales, SJ Kachelmeier
Review of Accounting Studies 14 (1), 63-87, 2009
462009
A review of academic research on the reporting of cash flows from operations
J Hales, SF Orpurt
Accounting Horizons 27 (3), 539-578, 2013
452013
Implicit employment contracts: The limits of management reputation for promoting firm productivity
J Hales, MG Williamson
Journal of Accounting Research 48 (1), 51-80, 2010
422010
Beyond a One-Size-Fits-All Mentality: An Experimental Investigation of How Narcissistic Employees Respond to Relative Performance Information
J Hales, JL Hobson, RJ Resutek
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Research Paper, 2016
34*2016
Are investors really willing to agree to disagree? An experimental investigation of how disagreement and attention to disagreement affect trading behavior
J Hales
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 108 (2), 230-241, 2009
322009
Selection benefits of stock-based compensation for the rank-and-file
J Hales, LW Wang, MG Williamson
The Accounting Review 90 (4), 1497-1516, 2014
242014
An experimental investigation of the positive and negative effects of mutual observation
R Bloomfield, J Hales
The Accounting Review 84 (2), 331-354, 2009
212009
A new era of voluntary disclosure? Empirical evidence on how employee postings on social media relate to future corporate disclosures
J Hales, JR Moon Jr, LA Swenson
Accounting, Organizations and Society 68, 88-108, 2018
192018
Becoming sustainable: A rational decision based on sound information and effective processes?
J Hales, EM Matsumura, DV Moser, R Payne
Journal of Management Accounting Research 28 (2), 13-28, 2016
182016
Disclaiming the future: Investigating the impact of cautionary disclaimers on investor judgments before and after experiencing economic loss
HS Asay, J Hales
The Accounting Review 93 (4), 81-99, 2017
132017
Predicting relative performance in economic competition
J Hales, SJ Kachelmeier
The Journal of Behavioral Finance 9 (4), 187-192, 2008
9*2008
Hyperbole or reality? Investor response to extreme language in earnings conference calls
K Bochkay, S Chava, J Hales
Investor Response to Extreme Language in Earnings Conference Calls (May 18 …, 2016
82016
Testing analytical models using archival or experimental methods
SS Dikolli, JH Evans III, J Hales, M Matejka, DV Moser, MG Williamson
Accounting Horizons 27 (1), 129-139, 2012
72012
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