Publications by Jacob Thomas

Forthcoming
Non-executive employee ownership and corporate risk-taking
F. Bova, K. Kolev, J. Thomas and F. Zhang
Accounting Review
Type: Article
Forthcoming
2014
Spring-loading when no one is looking? Earnings and cash flow management around acquisition
S. Chen, J. Thomas and F. Zhang
Type: Working Paper
2014
2013
Revisiting the anomalous distribution of EPS forecast errors
J. Thomas and F. S. Cheong
Type: Working Paper
2013
Tax Benefits of Leasing
T. Bell and J. Thomas
Economics Letters
Type: Article
2013
Valuation of Tax Expense
J. Thomas and F. Zhang
Review of Accounting Studies
Type: Article
2013
2011
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
Type: Article
2011
2009
Understanding two remarkable findings about stock yields and growth
J. Thomas and F. Zhang
The Journal of Portfolio Management
Type: Article
2009
2008
Overreaction to Intra-industry Information Transfers?
J. Thomas and F. Zhang
Journal of Accounting Research
Type: Article
2008
2006
Cash flow is King? Comparing valuations based on cash flow versus earnings multiples
J. Liu, J. Thomas and D. Nissim
Financial Analysts Journal
Type: Article
2006
2004
Accounting for employee stock options
M. Kirschenheiter, R. Mathur and J. K. Thomas
Accounting Horizons
Type: Article
2004
2002
Contributed capital versus retained earnings: tax differences and value implications
J. Thomas, S. Li, and D. A. Shackelford
Type: Working Paper
2002
Equity valuation using multiples
J. Liu, D. Nissim and J. Thomas
Journal of Accounting Research
Type: Article
2002
Inventory changes and future returns
J. K. Thomas and H. Zhang
Review of Accounting Studies
Type: Article
2002
2001
Balance Sheet Management: The Case of Short Term Obligations Reclassified as Long Term Debt
J. D. Gramlich, M. L. McAnally and J. Thomas
Journal of Accounting Research
Type: Article
2001
Equity premia as low as three percent? Evidence from analysts' earnings forecasts for domestic and international stock markets
J. Claus and J. Thomas
The Journal of Finance
Type: Article
2001
Identifying unexpected accruals: a comparison of current approaches
J. Thomas and X.-j. Zhang
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy
Type: Article
2001
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
Type: Article
2001
1999
The equity risk premium is much lower than you think it is: empirical estimates from a new approach
J. Thomas, and J. Claus
Type: Working Paper
1999
Measuring the equity premium using earnings forecasts: An international analysis
J. Thomas, and J. Claus
Type: Working Paper
1999
1998
Stock returns and accounting earnings
J. Liu and J. Thomas
Journal of Accounting Research
Type: Article
1998
1997
Accounting-Based Stock Price Anomalies: Separating Market Inefficiencies from Risk
V. Bernard, J. Thomas and J. Wahlen
Contemporary Accounting Research
Type: Article
1997
Exchange Rate Exposure and Firm Valuation: New Evidence for Market Efficiency
J. Thomas and D. Palia
Type: Working Paper
1997
1993
How sophisticated is the market in interpreting earnings news?
V. L. Bernard, J. K. Thomas and J. S. Abarbanell
Journal of Applied Corporate Finance
Type: Article
1993
1992
Cost manipulation incentives under cost reimbursement: Pension costs for defense contracts
J. K. Thomas and S. Tung
Accounting Review
Type: Article
1992
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
Type: Article
1992
1990
Evidence that stock prices do not fully reflect the implications of current earnings for future earnings
V. L. Bernard and J. K. Thomas
Journal of Accounting and Economics
Type: Article
1990
1989
Post-earnings-announcement drift: delayed price response or risk premium?
V. L. Bernard and J. K. Thomas
Journal of Accounting research
Type: Article
1989
Unusual patterns in reported earnings
J. K. Thomas
Accounting Review
Type: Article
1989
Why do firms terminate their overfunded pension plans?
J. K. Thomas
Journal of Accounting and Economics
Type: Article
1989
1988
Corporate taxes and defined benefit pension plans
J. K. Thomas
Journal of Accounting and Economics
Type: Article
1988
Economic consequences of accounting standards: The lease disclosure rule change
E. A. Imhoff Jr and J. K. Thomas
Journal of Accounting and Economics
Type: Article
1988