Research

 University of Nebraska–Lincoln
CONTEMPORARY FACULTY RESEARCH
at the College of Business Administration

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Tax-Specific Industry Expertise Linked to Tax Avoidance
The Accounting Review

CEO Risk-Seeking Research Published in Journal of Finance University of Nebraska–Lincoln Professor and Delmar Lienemann Sr. Chair of Accounting Thomas Omer and colleagues study whether the tax-specific industry expertise of the external audit firm influences its clients’ level of tax avoidance.


 

The Impact of Product Recalls on the Automobile Industry
Journal of Marketing

CEO Risk-Seeking Research Published in Journal of Finance University of Nebraska–Lincoln Assistant Professor of Marketing Meike Eilert and colleagues examine the role of product recalls as a catalyst to stimulate organizational learning. While product recalls are frequent, some firms have questioned the merits of product recalls. To assess the value of product recalls, the authors study whether and when product recalls result in a reduction of future accidents and recalls.


 

Correlation of Risk-Neutral Skewness on Portfolio Returns
Journal of Finance and Quantitative Analysis

Value of Company Shares Improved by Passage of Federal Regulation Published in Strategic Management Journal University of Nebraska–Lincoln Assistant Professor of Finance Scott Murray and a colleague empirically investigate investors’ preference for assets whose returns are positively skewed, a phenomenon known as skewness preference.

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