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Employee stock options

An analysis of net-outcome contracting with applications to equity-based compensation (with Christian Hofmann and Thomas Pfeiffer)

The efficiency of stock-based incentives: experimental evidence (with Abdullah Yavas)

Employee stock options

Employee stock option exercises: an empirical analysis (with Mark Lang)

Information distribution within firms: evidence from stock option exercises (with Mark Lang)

Patterns of stock option exercise in the United States

Psychological factors and stock option exercise (with Chip Heath and Mark Lang)

Tax planning and the exercise of employee stock options

Valuing the reload features of executive stock options (with Jane Saly and Ravi Jagannathan)

Insider trading and disclosure

Information asymmetry and cross-sectional determinants of insider trading (with Bin Ke)

Insider selling, earnings management, and the 1990s stock market bubble (with Henock Louis)

Jeopardy, non-public information, and insider trading around SEC 10-K and 10-Q filings (with Bin Ke and Charles Shi)

Pre-announcement of insiders' trades (with Jack Hughes and Michael Williams)

Public disclosure and dissimulation of insider trades (with Jack Hughes and Carolyn Levine)

Public disclosure of trades by corporate insiders in financial markets and tacit coordination (with Jack Hughes and Carolyn Levine)

The social constitution of regulation: the endogenization of insider trading laws (with Zahn Bozanic and Mark Dirsmith)

Stock returns, earnings management, and insider selling during the 1990s stock market bubble (with Henock Louis)

What insiders know about future earnings and how they use it: evidence from insider trades (with Bin Ke and Kathy Petroni)

International accounting

Disclosure requirements and stock exchange listing choice in an international context (with Jack Hughes and Markus Brunnermeier)

Organizational structure and governance

Accounting in partnerships (with Pierre Jinghong Liang)

The effect of a large shareholder on corporate value

An optimal contracting approach to earnings management (with Keith Crocker)

Optimal contracting with endogenous social norms (with Paul Fischer)

Profit sharing and monitoring in partnerships (with Pierre Jinghong Liang)

Sterling examples, but not rotten apples: How norm sensitivity mediates responses to peer reporting (with Hong Qu)

Portfolio management and behavioral issues

An empirical examination of tax factors and mutual funds' stock sales decisions (with V. G. Narayanan)

Volume and Price Patterns Around a Stock's 52-Week Highs and Lows: Theory and Evidence (with Mark Lang and Michelle Yetman)

Reputation and performance fee effects on portfolio choice by investment advisers

Quality in financial statement data

Economic persistence, earnings informativeness, and stock return regularities (with Kai Du)

Lost in standardization: Effects of Financial Statement Database Discrepancies on Inference (with Kai Du and Daniel Jiang)

Using a hidden Markov model to measure earnings quality (with Kai Du, Lingzhou Xue, and Yifan Zhang)

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Steven Huddart
Smeal College of Business, Penn State University, University Park, PA 16802-3603 USA
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