Research

John (Xuefeng) Jiang
Eli Broad College of Business
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48824-1121

Phone: (517) 432-3031

jiangjATbus.msu.edu

 

Publications

 

Does It Matter Who Pays for Bond Ratings? Historical Evidence (with Mary Stanford and Yuan Xie). 2011. Journal of Financial Economics. Forthcoming  (PDF).

 

CFOs and CEOs: Who Have the Most Influence on Earnings Management? (with Kathy Petroni and Isabel Wang), 2010. Journal of Financial Economics 96 (3):513-526 (PDF)

What's My Style? The Influence of Top Managers on Voluntary Corporate Financial Disclosure (with Linda Bamber and Isabel Wang), 2010. The Accounting Review 85 (4): 1131-1162 (PDF).

 

Comprehensive Income: Who's Afraid of Performance Statement Reporting? (with Linda Bamber, Kathy Petroni and Isabel Wang), 2010. The Accounting Review 85 (1):97-126 (PDF).

 

Taxable Income as a Performance Measure: The Effects of Tax Planning and Earnings Quality (with Ben Ayers and Statice Laplante), 2009. Contemporary Accounting Research 26 (1):1-44 (PDF).

 

Beating Earnings Benchmarks and the Cost of Debt, 2008. The Accounting Review 83 (2): 377-416 (PDF).

 

Discretionary Accruals and Earnings Management: An Analysis of Pseudo Earnings Targets (with Ben Ayers and Eric Yeung), 2006. The Accounting Review 83 (2): 377-416 (PDF).

 

Working Papers

 
    Did Eliminating the 20-F Reconciliation between IFRS and US GAAP Matter? (with Kathy Petroni and Isabel Wang)

           Did stop signs stop investor trading? A natural experiment on investor attentions and firm liquidity in the Pink Sheets Market  (with Kathy Petroni and Isabel Wang)