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William J. Mayew
William J. Mayew
Martin L. Black Jr. Distinguished Professor of Business Administration, Duke University
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Religious social norms and corporate financial reporting
S Dyreng, WJ Mayew, C Williams
Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting 39 (7-8), 845-875, 2012
4902012
The power of voice: Managerial affective states and future firm performance
WJ Mayew, M Venkatachalam
Journal of Finance 67 (1), 1-43, 2012
4742012
Evidence of management discrimination among analysts during earnings conference calls
WJ Mayew
Journal of Accounting Research 46 (3), 627-659, 2008
3862008
Analyzing speech to detect financial misreporting
JL Hobson, WJ Mayew, M Venkatachalam
Journal of Accounting Research 50 (2), 349-392, 2012
2942012
CEO Tenure and the Performance-Turnover Relation
SS Dikolli, WJ Mayew, D Nanda
Review of Accounting Studies 19 (1), 281-327, 2014
2162014
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, 2012
1682012
MD&A Disclosure and the Firm's Ability to Continue as a Going Concern
WJ Mayew, M Sethuraman, M Venkatachalam
The Accounting Review 90 (4), 1621-1651, 2015
1662015
Vocal Fry May Undermine the Success of Young Women in the Labor Market
RC Anderson, CA Klofstad, WJ Mayew, M Venkatachalam
PLoS One 9 (5), e97506, 2014
1522014
Employee stock option fair‐value estimates: do managerial discretion and incentives explain accuracy?
L Hodder, WJ Mayew, ML McAnally, CD Weaver
Contemporary Accounting Research 23 (4), 933-975, 2006
1322006
Voice Pitch and the Labor Market Success of Male Chief Executive Officers
WJ Mayew, C Parsons, M Venkatachalam
Evolution & Human Behavior 34 (4), 243-248, 2013
1192013
Analyst reputation and the issuance of disaggregated earnings forecasts to I/B/E/S
Y Ertimur, WJ Mayew, SR Stubben
Review of Accounting Studies 16 (1), 29-58, 2011
1182011
Do pennies matter? Investor relations consequences of small negative earnings surprises
R Frankel, WJ Mayew, Y Sun
Review of Accounting Studies 15 (1), 220-242, 2010
1182010
CEO Behavioral Integrity, Auditor Responses, and Firm Outcomes
SS Dikolli, T Keusch, WJ Mayew, TD Steffen
The Accounting Review 95 (2), 61-88, 2020
107*2020
Financial Fraud Detection Using Vocal, Linguistic and Financial Cues
S Throckmorton, Chandra, WJ Mayew, M Venkatachalam, LM Collins
Decision Support Systems 74, 78-87, 2015
872015
Which Spoken Language Markers Identify Deception in High-Stakes Settings? Evidence From Earnings Conference Calls
J Burgoon, WJ Mayew, JS Giboney, et al.
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 35 (2), 123-157, 2015
722015
What's in a (School) Name? Racial Discrimination in Higher Education Bond Markets
C Dougal, P Gao, WJ Mayew, CA Parsons
Journal of Financial Economics 134 (3), 570-590, 2018
562018
Improving Experienced Auditors’ Detection of Deception in CEO Narratives
JL Hobson, WJ Mayew, ME Peecher, M Venkatachalam
Journal of Accounting Research 55 (5), 1137-1166, 2017
442017
The Extent of Implicit Taxes at the Corporate Level and the Effect of TRA86
R Jennings, CD Weaver, WJ Mayew
Contemporary Accounting Research 29 (4), 1021-1059, 2012
43*2012
Chief financial officer co-option and chief executive officer compensation
SS Dikolli, JC Heater, WJ Mayew, M Sethuraman
Management Science 67 (3), 1939-1955, 2021
31*2021
Individual analysts' stock recommendations, earnings forecasts, and the informativeness of conference call question and answer sessions
WJ Mayew, M Sethuraman, M Venkatachalam
The Accounting Review 95 (6), 311-337, 2020
31*2020
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