Publications by Jacob Thomas

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How sophisticated is the market in interpreting earnings news?
V. L. Bernard, J. K. Thomas and J. S. Abarbanell
Journal of Applied Corporate Finance
1993
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Identifying unexpected accruals: a comparison of current approaches
J. Thomas and X.-j. Zhang
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy
2001
Implications of Scale Invariance in EPS Forecast Errors
J. Thomas and F. S. Cheong
Inventory changes and future returns
J. K. Thomas and H. Zhang
Review of Accounting Studies
2002
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Measuring the equity premium using earnings forecasts: An international analysis
J. Thomas, and J. Claus
1999
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Overreaction to Intra-industry Information Transfers?
J. Thomas and F. Zhang
Journal of Accounting Research
2008
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Post-earnings-announcement drift: delayed price response or risk premium?
V. L. Bernard and J. K. Thomas
Journal of Accounting research
1989
Potential Errors in Detecting Earnings Management: Reexamining Studies Investigating the AMT of 1986*
W. W. Choi, J. D. Gramlich and J. K. Thomas
Contemporary Accounting Research
2001
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Spring-loading when no one is looking? Earnings and cash flow management around acquisition
X. F. Zhang, S. Chen, and J. Thomas
Stock returns and accounting earnings
J. Liu and J. Thomas
Journal of Accounting Research
1998
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Tax expense momentum
J. Thomas and F. X. Zhang
Journal of Accounting Research
2011
The equity risk premium is much lower than you think it is: empirical estimates from a new approach
J. Thomas, and J. Claus
1999
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Understanding two remarkable findings about stock yields and growth
J. Thomas and F. Zhang
The Journal of Portfolio Management
2009
Unusual patterns in reported earnings
J. K. Thomas
Accounting Review
1989
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What matters from the past: market value, book value, or earnings? Earnings valuation and sufficient statistics for prior information
R. T. Ramakrishnan and J. K. Thomas
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance
1992
Why do EPS forecast error and dispersion not vary with scale? Implications for analyst and managerial behavior
F. S. Cheong and J. Thomas
Journal of Accounting Research
2011
Why do firms terminate their overfunded pension plans?
J. K. Thomas
Journal of Accounting and Economics
1989

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