Eliza Xia Zhang

University of Washington Tacoma

University of Washington Tacoma

310 Dougan

Tacoma, WA WASHINGTON 98402

United States

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Scholarly Papers (5)

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Does Real Earnings Smoothing Reduce Investors’ Perceived Risk?

Posted: 11 Jun 2019
Jeong-Bon Kim, Jundong (Jeff) Wang and Eliza Xia Zhang
City University of Hong Kong, San Diego State University - Accountancy and University of Washington Tacoma

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real earnings smoothing, accrual-based earnings smoothing, option-implied volatility, CDS spread, perceived risk

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The Bright Side of Unionization: The Case of Stock Price Crash Risk

Posted: 11 Jun 2019
Jeong-Bon Kim, Eliza Xia Zhang and Kai Zhong
City University of Hong Kong, University of Washington Tacoma and University of International Business and Economics (UIBE)

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unionization, stock price crash risk, governance

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The Impact of Cash Flow Management Versus Accruals Management on Credit Rating Performance and Usage

Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Forthcoming
Posted: 24 May 2019
Eliza Xia Zhang
University of Washington Tacoma

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Cash flow management; Accruals management; Corporate bond rating quality; Credit rating agencies; Bond yield spread

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Do Firms Manage Their Credit Ratings? Evidence From Rating-Based Contracts

Accounting Horizons, Forthcoming
Posted: 20 May 2019
Eliza Xia Zhang
University of Washington Tacoma

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rating-based debt contracting; cash flow management; accruals management; firm credit ratings

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Is Real Earnings Smoothing Harmful? Evidence from Firm-Specific Stock Price Crash Risk

Contemporary Accounting Research, Forthcoming
Posted: 19 Sep 2017 Last Revised: 21 May 2019
Inder K. Khurana, Raynolde Pereira and Eliza Xia Zhang
University of Missouri at Columbia - Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business, University of Missouri at Columbia - School of Accountancy and University of Washington Tacoma

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Real earnings smoothing, bad news hoarding, rent extraction, and stock price crash risk