Wei Chen

University of Connecticut

Department of Accounting

Storrs, CT 06269

United States

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Incorrect Inferences When Using Residuals as Dependent Variables

Number of pages: 83 Posted: 23 Apr 2015 Last Revised: 29 Sep 2017
Wei Chen, Paul Hribar and Sam Melessa
University of Connecticut, University of Iowa - Department of Accounting and University of Iowa - Department of Accounting
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two-stage, residuals, coefficient bias, discretionary accruals, real earnings management

Incorrect Inferences When Using Residuals as Dependent Variables

Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 56, No. 3, 2018
Posted: 15 Aug 2018
Wei Chen, Paul Hribar and Sam Melessa
University of Connecticut, University of Iowa - Department of Accounting and University of Iowa - Department of Accounting

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two-stage; residuals; coef´Čücient bias; discretionary accruals; real earnings management

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The Effect of Conditional Accounting Conservatism on the Predictive Ability of Accruals Components with Respect to Future Cash Flows

Number of pages: 48 Posted: 26 Jun 2017
University of Iowa - Department of Accounting, University of Connecticut and University of Iowa - Department of Accounting
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conditional conservatism; asymmetric timeliness; accruals; special items; cash flow predictability.

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Predictive Ability and Market Pricing of Fair Value Earnings Components for Closed-End Funds

Number of pages: 50 Posted: 03 Feb 2016 Last Revised: 04 Jul 2017
Lancaster University - Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Iowa - Department of Accounting and University of Connecticut
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realized and unrealized gains/losses, closed-end funds, market timing, disposition effect, pricing of fair value earnings components

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Incorrect Inferences When Using Generated Regressors in Accounting Research

Number of pages: 44 Posted: 12 Nov 2020
Wei Chen, Paul Hribar and Sam Melessa
University of Connecticut, University of Iowa - Department of Accounting and University of Iowa - Department of Accounting
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Generated Regressor, Standard Error Bias, Residuals, Predicted Values, Type I Errors, Financial Reporting Quality, Accrual Quality, Investment, Litigation Risk