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Benjamin Segal
Benjamin Segal
Fordham University, Hebrew University
Verified email at fordham.edu
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Management’s tone change, post earnings announcement drift and accruals
R Feldman, S Govindaraj, J Livnat, B Segal
Review of Accounting Studies 15 (4), 915-953, 2010
852*2010
The information content of goodwill impairments and SFAS 142
DA Bens, W Heltzer, B Segal
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance 26 (3), 527-555, 2011
298*2011
The bright side of managerial over-optimism
G Hilary, C Hsu, B Segal, R Wang
Journal of Accounting and Economics 62 (1), 46-64, 2016
1582016
Are managers strategic in reporting non-earnings news? Evidence on timing and news bundling
B Segal, D Segal
Review of Accounting Studies 21 (4), 1203-1244, 2016
1212016
Cyber-Risk Disclosure: Who Cares?
G Hilary, B Segal, MH Zhang
762016
Do Independent Directors Tell the Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth When They Resign?
K Bar-Hava, S Huang, B Segal, D Segal
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, 0148558X18780801, 2018
512018
The interpretation of unanticipated news arrival and analysts’ skill
A Rubin, B Segal, D Segal
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 52 (4), 1491-1518, 2017
402017
Earnings revisions in SEC filings from prior preliminary announcements
D Hollie, J Livnat, B Segal
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance 27 (1), 3-31, 2012
362012
Goodwill write-downs, SFAS No. 121 and the adoption of SFAS No. 142
B Segal
unpublished PhD dissertation, New York University, New York, NY, 2003
35*2003
The Impact of Debt-Equity Reporting Classifications on the Firm's Decision to Issue Hybrid Securities
S Levi, B Segal
European Accounting Review 24 (4), 801-822, 2015
342015
Enforcement and disclosure under regulation fair disclosure: an empirical analysis
PA Griffin, DH Lont, B Segal
Accounting & Finance 51 (4), 947-983, 2011
32*2011
The Triangular Relationship Between Audit Committee Characteristics, Audit Inputs, and Financial Reporting Quality
JB Kim, B Segal, D Segal, Y Zang
20*2016
Oops, our earnings were indeed preliminary-When preliminary earnings announcements and subsequent filings disagree
D Hollie, J Livnat, B Segal, A Malik
Journal of Portfolio Management 31 (2), 94-+, 2005
182005
Do Firms Hedge Optimally? Evidence from an exogenous governance change
S Huang, U Peyer, B Segal
13*2013
Shorting Companies That Restate Previously Issued Financial Statements
R Feldman, J Livnat, B Segal
The Journal of Investing 17 (3), 6-15, 2008
132008
Computerized retrieval and classification: An application to reasons for late filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission
R Feldman, B Rosenfeld, R Lazar, J Livnat, B Segal
Intelligent Data Analysis 10 (2), 183-195, 2006
122006
Oops, our earnings were indeed preliminary: Market reactions to companies that subsequently file different earnings with the SEC
D Hollie, J Livnat, B Segal, R AOB IV
Journal of Portfolio Management 31 (2), 94-104, 2005
82005
Does fiduciary duty to creditors reduce debt covenant violation avoidance behavior?
S Levi, B Segal, D Segal
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 48 (5-6), 929-953, 2021
22021
Does Fiduciary Duty to Creditors Reduce Debt-Covenant-Violation Avoidance Behavior?
S Levi, B Segal, D Segal
Available at SSRN 2439728, 2017
1*2017
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