Victor L. Bernard-PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP Collegiate Professor of Accounting
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
701 Tappan Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone: (734) 763-1508 Fax: (734) 936-0282
“The Ambivalent Mind Can Be a Wise Mind: Emotional Ambivalence Increases Judgment Accuracy,” (Rees, Rothman, Lehavy, and Sanchez-Burks, 2013, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology) (Download)
“The Earnings Announcement Premium Around the Globe,” (Barber, De George, Lehavy, Trueman, 2013, Journal of Financial Economics) (Download).
“The Effect of Annual Report Readability on Analyst Following and the Properties of their Earnings Forecasts,” (Lehavy, Li and Merkley, May 2011, The Accounting Review) (Download).
Kmart: Predicting Bankruptcy, Fresh Start Reporting, and Valuation of Distressed Securities, (Lehavy and Udpa, May 2011, Issues of Accounting Education). (Download).
Ratings Changes, Ratings Levels, and the Predictive Value of Analysts' Recommendations (Barber, Lehavy, and Trueman, Summer 2010, Financial Management) (Download)
Limited Attention and the Earnings Announcement Returns of Past Stock Market Winners (Aboody, Lehavy, and Trueman, June 2010, The Review of Accounting Studies) (Download)
The Quality of Analysts’ Cash Flow Forecasts (Givoly, Hayn, and Lehavy, Vol. 84, November 2009, 1877-1913, The Accounting Review) (Download)
“Discussion of “Are earnings forecasts more accurate when accompanied by cash flow forecasts?,” September 2009, Review of Accounting Studies, Vol. 14 No. 2/3. (Download)
Investor Recognition and Stock Returns (Lehavy and Sloan, June/September, Volume 13, The Review of Accounting Studies) (Download)
Letting the “Tail Wag the Dog”: The Debate over GAAP versus Street Earnings Revisited (Abarbanell and Lehavy, Fall 2007, 657-74, Contemporary Accounting Research) (Download)