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Wei Zhu

Assistant Professor of Accountancy



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Articles in Journals


Zhu, W. 2016. Accruals and price crashes. Review of Accounting Studies, 21: 349-399

Presentations


Zhu, W. 2015. Discussion of "Cash Flow Opacity and Stock Price Crash Risk", American Accounting Association Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Midyear Meeting, Nashville.

Zhu, W. 2014. Revenue Manipulations and Misspecification in Real Activities Management Models, University of Illinois/PWC Young Scholars Research Symposium I, Champaign.

Zhu, W. 2014. Discussion of "Dividend Payments and Stock Price Crash Risk", American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta.

Zhu, W. 2013. Accommodating Heterogeneous Cash Mapping Schedules in Dechow and Dichev Model, Yale School of Management Fall Accounting Research Conference, New Haven.

Zhu, W. 2013. Predicting Price Crashes: The Role of Accruals, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Anaheim.

Zhu, W. 2013. Predicting Price Crashes: The Role of Accruals, Boston University, Boston.

Zhu, W. 2013. Predicting Price Crashes: The Role of Accruals, Baruch College, New York.

Zhu, W. 2013. Predicting Price Crashes: The Role of Accruals, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign.

Zhu, W. 2013. Predicting Price Crashes: The Role of Accruals, Washington University at St. Louis, St. Louis.

Zhu, W. 2012. Crashes and Jumps in Price and Earnings - the Role of Accruals, Yale University, New Haven.

Zhu, W. 2012. Asset Turnover Growth and Accruals: One Anomaly or Two?, American Accounting Association Northeast Regional Meeting, Providence.

Zhu, W. 2011. Asset Turnover Growth and Accruals: One Anomaly or Two?, Yale University, New Haven.

Zhu, W. 2011. The Level of Share Price and Subsequent Stock Returns, Yale University, New Haven.

Zhu, W. 2010. A Reexamination of the Negative Aggregate Returns-Earnings Link, Yale University, New Haven.