Michael B. Mikhail

University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration

Dean & Professor

601 South Morgan Street

11th Floor

Chicago, IL 60607

United States

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Citation 110

Information Content of Equity Analyst Reports

MIT Sloan Working Paper No. 4264-02
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 15 Feb 2004 Last Revised: 28 Jul 2008
Paul Asquith, Michael B. Mikhail and Andrea S. Au
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Economics, Finance, Accounting (EFA), University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration and State Street Corporation
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Citation 109

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Stock recommendations, Price targets, Earnings forecasts, Security analysts

Information Content of Equity Analyst Reports

MIT Sloan Working Paper No. 4264-02
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 22 Oct 2002
Michael B. Mikhail, Paul Asquith and Andrea S. Au
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Economics, Finance, Accounting (EFA) and State Street Corporation
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Citation 109

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Stock recommendations, price targets, earnings forecasts, security analysts

Information Content of Equity Analyst Reports

NBER Working Paper No. w9246
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 05 Oct 2002
Paul Asquith, Andrea S. Au and Michael B. Mikhail
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Economics, Finance, Accounting (EFA), State Street Corporation and University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration
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Citation 110

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Coordination of Earnings, Regulatory Capital and Taxes in Private and Public Companies

Number of pages: 54 Posted: 19 May 1999
Michael B. Mikhail
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration
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From K Street to Wall Street: Political Connections and Stock Recommendations

Accounting Review, Vol. 92, Issue No. 3, 2017 Forthcoming
Posted: 01 Mar 2014 Last Revised: 07 Jul 2016
University of Oregon, University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and University of Utah - David Eccles School of Business

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Security analysts; Stock recommendations; Political connections; Information flow

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Security Analyst Experience and Post-Earnings-Announcement Drift

Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, Vol. 18, pp. 529-550, 2003
Posted: 11 Aug 2014
Michael B. Mikhail, Beverly R. Walther and Richard H. Willis
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and Vanderbilt University - Accounting

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When Security Analysts Talk, Who Listens?

The Accounting Review, Vol.82, pp 1227-1253, Feb. 2007
Posted: 26 Apr 2005 Last Revised: 10 Aug 2014
Michael B. Mikhail, Beverly R. Walther and Richard H. Willis
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and Vanderbilt University - Accounting

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Security analysts, Stock recommendations, Trading volume, Investor sophistication

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Earnings Surprises and the Cost of Equity Capital

Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, Vol. 19, pp. 491-513, 2004
Posted: 20 Feb 2004 Last Revised: 10 Aug 2014
Michael B. Mikhail, Beverly R. Walther and Richard H. Willis
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and Vanderbilt University - Accounting

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Cost of Capital, Earnings Surprises, Analyst Following, Institutional Ownership

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The Effect of Experience on Security Analyst Underreaction

Journal of Accounting and Economics, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 101-116, April 2003
Posted: 29 Jan 2003 Last Revised: 10 Aug 2014
Michael B. Mikhail, Beverly R. Walther and Richard H. Willis
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and Vanderbilt University - Accounting

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underreaction, experience, earnings forecasts, security analysts

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Do Security Analysts Exhibit Persistent Differences in Stock Picking Ability?

Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 74, pp. 67-91, 2004
Posted: 11 Feb 2002 Last Revised: 10 Aug 2014
Michael B. Mikhail, Beverly R. Walther and Richard H. Willis
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and Vanderbilt University - Accounting

Abstract:

Security analysts; Stock recommendations; Persistence; Trading strategy

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Reactions to Dividend Changes Conditional on Earnings Quality

Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, Vol. 18, pp. 121-151, 2003
Posted: 22 Aug 1999 Last Revised: 09 Aug 2014
Michael B. Mikhail, Beverly R. Walther and Richard H. Willis
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and Vanderbilt University - Accounting

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Does Forecast Accuracy Matter to Security Analysts?

The Accounting Review, Vol. 74, pp.185-200, April, 1999
Posted: 03 Mar 1999 Last Revised: 09 Aug 2014
Michael B. Mikhail, Beverly R. Walther and Richard H. Willis
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and Vanderbilt University - Accounting

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Do Security Analysts Improve Their Performance with Experience?

Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 35, pp. 131-157, 1997
Posted: 02 Feb 1998 Last Revised: 10 Aug 2014
Michael B. Mikhail, Beverly R. Walther and Richard H. Willis
University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Business Administration, Northwestern University - Department of Accounting Information & Management and Vanderbilt University - Accounting

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