Darren Bernard

London Business School - Department of Accounting

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Sussex Place

Regent's Park

London, NW1 4SA

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

7

DOWNLOADS
Rank 13,783

SSRN RANKINGS

Top 13,783

in Total Papers Downloads

3,437

CITATIONS
Rank 19,189

SSRN RANKINGS

Top 19,189

in Total Papers Citations

35

Scholarly Papers (7)

1.

Size Management by European Private Firms to Minimize Proprietary Costs of Disclosure

Journal of Accounting & Economics 66 (2018) 94-122
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 22 Aug 2014 Last Revised: 21 Oct 2018
Darren Bernard, David Burgstahler and Devrimi Kaya
London Business School - Department of Accounting, University of Washington and Ruhr-University Bochum
Downloads 2,010 (7,074)
Citation 10

Abstract:

Loading...

proprietary costs, disclosure, mandatory audit, size management, private firms

2.

Disclosure Incentives and Data Availability for Private Firms: Implications for Comparisons of Public and Private Firm Financial Reporting Quality

Number of pages: 49 Posted: 20 Mar 2016 Last Revised: 27 Oct 2016
Darren Bernard, David Burgstahler and Devrimi Kaya
London Business School - Department of Accounting, University of Washington and Ruhr-University Bochum
Downloads 616 (42,051)
Citation 6

Abstract:

Loading...

disclosure incentives, public and private firms, financial reporting quality, enforcement

3.

Firm-Manager Matching and the Tradeoffs of CFO Accounting Expertise

Number of pages: 47 Posted: 25 Oct 2016 Last Revised: 27 Jan 2019
Darren Bernard, Weili Ge, Dawn A. Matsumoto and Sara Toynbee
London Business School - Department of Accounting, University of Washington - Michael G. Foster School of Business, University of Washington - Department of Accounting and University of Texas at Austin
Downloads 297 (101,204)
Citation 1

Abstract:

Loading...

Firm-manager matching, accounting expertise, Chief Financial Officer

4.

Is the Risk of Product Market Predation a Cost of Disclosure?

Journal of Accounting & Economics (JAE), Vol. 62, No. 2-3, 305-325
Number of pages: 51 Posted: 21 Apr 2016 Last Revised: 02 Dec 2016
Darren Bernard
London Business School - Department of Accounting
Downloads 177 (168,597)
Citation 2

Abstract:

Loading...

product market predation, proprietary costs, disclosure, private firms

Investor Behavior and the Benefits of Direct Stock Ownership

Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 56, No. 2, 2018
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 20 Dec 2017 Last Revised: 29 Jun 2018
Darren Bernard, Nicole L. Cade and Frank D. Hodge
London Business School - Department of Accounting, University of Pittsburgh - Accounting Group and University of Washington - Michael G. Foster School of Business
Downloads 117 (237,060)

Abstract:

Loading...

Direct Stock Ownership, Investor Behavior, Bayesian Analysis, Registered Report

Investor Behavior and the Benefits of Direct Stock Ownership

Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 56, No. 2, 2018
Posted: 02 Aug 2018
Darren Bernard, Nicole L. Cade and Frank D. Hodge
London Business School - Department of Accounting, University of Pittsburgh - Accounting Group and University of Washington - Michael G. Foster School of Business

Abstract:

Loading...

Direct Stock Ownership; Investor Behavior; Bayesian Analysis; Registered Report

6.

Information Flows Among Rivals and Corporate Investment

Number of pages: 56 Posted: 17 Jun 2019 Last Revised: 06 Aug 2019
London Business School - Department of Accounting, Oregon State University and Brigham Young University
Downloads 113 (241,931)

Abstract:

Loading...

information acquisition, information flows, rivalry, investment, M&A

7.

Entry and Capital Structure Mimicking in Concentrated Markets: the Role of Incumbents' Financial Disclosures

Number of pages: 43 Posted: 11 Nov 2018 Last Revised: 31 Dec 2018
Darren Bernard, Devrimi Kaya and John Wertz
London Business School - Department of Accounting, Ruhr-University Bochum and University of Washington - Michael G. Foster School of Business
Downloads 107 (251,437)

Abstract:

Loading...

public disclosure, capital structure, private firms, mimicking