Nathan Y. Sharp
Nathan Y. Sharp
Professor of Accounting, Texas A&M University
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa - Kotisivu
Inside the "black box" of sell-side financial analysts
L Brown, A Call, M Clement, N Sharp
Journal of Accounting Research 53 (1), 1-47, 2015
The impact of religion on financial reporting irregularities
S McGuire, T Omer, N Sharp
The Accounting Review 87 (2), 645-673, 2012
Business strategy, financial reporting irregularities, and audit effort
KA Bentley, TC Omer, NY Sharp
Contemporary Accounting Research 30 (2), 780-817, 2013
Internal audit outsourcing and the risk of misleading or fraudulent financial reporting: Did Sarbanes‐Oxley get it wrong?*
DF Prawitt, NY Sharp, DA Wood
Contemporary Accounting Research 29 (4), 1109-1136, 2012
The association between financial reporting risk and audit fees before and after the historic events surrounding SOX
SL Charles, SM Glover, NY Sharp
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 29 (1), 15-39, 2010
Using earnings conference calls to identify analysts with superior private information
WJ Mayew, NY Sharp, M Venkatachalam
Review of Accounting Studies 18 (2), 386-413, 2013
Reconciling archival and experimental research: Does internal audit contribution affect the external audit fee?
DF Prawitt, NY Sharp, DA Wood
Behavioral Research in Accounting 23 (2), 187-206, 2011
Detecting and predicting accounting irregularities: A comparison of commercial and academic risk measures
RA Price, NY Sharp, DA Wood
Accounting Horizons 25 (4), 755-780, 2011
The Activities of Buy-Side Analysts and the Determinants of Their Stock Recommendations
LD Brown, AC Call, MB Clement, NY Sharp
Journal of Accounting and Economics 62, 139-156, 2016
Restating under the radar? Determinants of restatement disclosure choices and the related market reactions
L Myers, S Scholz, N Sharp
Rotational Internal Audit Programs and Financial Reporting Quality: Do Compensating Controls Help?
MH Christ, A Masli, NY Sharp, DA Wood
Accounting, Organizations and Society 44, 37-59, 2015
Whistleblowers and Outcomes of Financial Misrepresentation Enforcement Actions
AC Call, GS Martin, NY Sharp, JH Wilde
Journal of Accounting Research 56 (1), 123-171, 2018
Managing the narrative: Investor relations officers and corporate disclosure✰
LD Brown, AC Call, MB Clement, NY Sharp
Journal of Accounting and Economics 67 (1), 58-79, 2019
Empirical evidence on repeat restatements
R Files, NY Sharp, AM Thompson
Accounting Horizons 28 (1), 93-123, 2014
The impact of religion on the going concern reporting decisions of local audit offices
TC Omer, NY Sharp, D Wang
Journal of Business Ethics 149 (4), 811-831, 2018
Who's heard on the Street? Determinants and consequences of financial analyst coverage in the business press
L Rees, N Sharp, B Twedt
Review of Accounting Studies 20 (1), 173-209, 2015
Short selling around restatement announcements: When do bears pounce?
M Drake, L Myers, S Scholz, N Sharp
Journal of Accounting, Auditing, & Finance 30 (2), 218-245, 2015
Pork bellies and public company audits: Have audits once again become just another commodity?
BE Christensen, TC Omer, NY Sharp, MK Shelley
Available at SSRN 2184413, 2014
Saving face: How exit in response to negative press and star analyst downgrades reflects reputation maintenance by directors
JS Harrison, S Boivie, NY Sharp, RJ Gentry
Academy of Management Journal 61 (3), 1131-1157, 2018
Which buy-side institutions participate in public earnings conference calls? Implications for capital markets and sell-side coverage
AC Call, NY Sharp, T Shohfi
Implications for Capital Markets and Sell-Side Coverage (April 25, 2018), 2018
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