The Selected Works of George J. Benston, Volume 2: Accounting and Finance by James D. Rosenfeld

The Selected Works of George J. Benston, Volume 2: Accounting and Finance

EditorJames D. Rosenfeld

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George J. Benston, professor of Finance, Accounting, and Economics at Emory University's Goizueta Business School, died unexpectedly in January 2008. He was an impassioned advocate for corporate integrity and a unique scholar; his research interests were as broad as those of any recentacademician. His colleagues have selected and organized his most important papers into two volumes. This second volume consists of his publications in the fields of accounting and finance. The editor has selected a broad range of papers from each of the major areas that are representative ofBenston's work in that particular field. James D. Rosenfeld, Professor of Finance, Accounting, and Economics, Goizueta Business School, Emory University, serves as the editor and is assisted by an editorial advisory board including George Kaufman, Greg Waymire, Bob Eisenbeis, Larry Wall, RashadAbdel-Kalik, and Lemma Senbet.

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James Rosenfeld is an Associate Professor of Finance. Prior to joining the Goizueta Business School faculty, Jim taught at the Graduate Business School at the University of Georgia. He received his Ph.D. from New York University, his M.B.A. from Columbia University, and B.A. from the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsy...
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Title:The Selected Works of George J. Benston, Volume 2: Accounting and FinanceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:448 pages, 6.18 × 9.41 × 1.61 inPublished:May 27, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195389026

ISBN - 13:9780195389029

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Allan Meltzer: ForwardJames Rosenfeld: IntroductionVolume IIAccounting1. Multiple Regression Analysis of Cost BehaviorThe Accounting Review2. Published Corporate Accounting Data and Stock Prices, Pt. I, Published Corporate Accounting Data and Stock Prices, Pt. IIJournal of Accounting Research3. Required Disclosure and the Stock Market: An Evaluation of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934The American Economic Review4. Public (U.S.) Compared to Private (U.K.) Regulation of Corporate Financial DisclosureThe Accounting Review5. DAAM: The Demand for Alternative Accounting Measurements with M. KrasneyJournal of Accounting Research6. Fair-Value Accounting: A Cautionary Tale from EnronJournal of Accounting and Public Policy7. The Value of the SEC's Accounting Disclosure RequirementsThe Accounting Review8. Financial Reporting of Derivatives: An Analysis of the Issues, Evaluation of Proposals, and a Suggested Solution with Shehzad MianJournal of Financial Engineering9. Principles- Versus Rules-Based Accounting Standards: The FASB's Standard Setting Strategy with Michael Bromwich and Alfred WagenhoferAbacusFinance10. Determinants of Bid-Asked Margins in the Over-the-Counter Market with Robert L. HagermanJournal of Finance11. A Transactions Cost Approach to the Theory of Financial Intermediating with Clifford W. Smith, Jr.Journal of Finance12. The Impact of Maturity Regulation on High Interest Rate Lenders and BorrowersJournal of Financial Economics13. Risk on Consumer Finance Company Personal LoansJournal of Finance14. Rate Ceiling Implications of the Cost Structure of Consumer Finance CompaniesJournal of Finance15. The Self-Serving Management Hypothesis Some EvidenceJournal of Accounting and Economics16. Why Effective Spreads on NASADQ Were Higher than on the New York Stock Exchange in the 1990s with Robert A. WoodJournal of Empirical Finance