Nathan Y. Sharp
Nathan Y. Sharp
Professor of Accounting, Texas A&M University
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Inside the "black box" of sell-side financial analysts
L Brown, A Call, M Clement, N Sharp
Journal of Accounting Research 53 (1), 1-47, 2015
The impact of religion on financial reporting irregularities
S McGuire, T Omer, N Sharp
The Accounting Review 87 (2), 645-673, 2012
Business strategy, financial reporting irregularities, and audit effort
KA Bentley, TC Omer, NY Sharp
Contemporary Accounting Research 30 (2), 780-817, 2013
Internal audit outsourcing and the risk of misleading or fraudulent financial reporting: Did Sarbanes‐Oxley get it wrong?*
DF Prawitt, NY Sharp, DA Wood
Contemporary Accounting Research 29 (4), 1109-1136, 2012
Using earnings conference calls to identify analysts with superior private information
WJ Mayew, NY Sharp, M Venkatachalam
Review of Accounting Studies 18 (2), 386-413, 2013
The Activities of Buy-Side Analysts and the Determinants of Their Stock Recommendations
LD Brown, AC Call, MB Clement, NY Sharp
Journal of Accounting and Economics 62, 139-156, 2016
The association between financial reporting risk and audit fees before and after the historic events surrounding SOX
SL Charles, SM Glover, NY Sharp
Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 29 (1), 15-39, 2010
Managing the narrative: Investor relations officers and corporate disclosure✰
LD Brown, AC Call, MB Clement, NY Sharp
Journal of Accounting and Economics 67 (1), 58-79, 2019
Whistleblowers and Outcomes of Financial Misrepresentation Enforcement Actions
AC Call, GS Martin, NY Sharp, JH Wilde
Journal of Accounting Research 56 (1), 123-171, 2018
Reconciling archival and experimental research: Does internal audit contribution affect the external audit fee?
DF Prawitt, NY Sharp, DA Wood
Behavioral Research in Accounting 23 (2), 187-206, 2011
Rotational Internal Audit Programs and Financial Reporting Quality: Do Compensating Controls Help?
MH Christ, A Masli, NY Sharp, DA Wood
Accounting, Organizations and Society 44, 37-59, 2015
Detecting and predicting accounting irregularities: A comparison of commercial and academic risk measures
RA Price, NY Sharp, DA Wood
Accounting Horizons 25 (4), 755-780, 2011
Restating under the radar? Determinants of restatement disclosure choices and the related market reactions
L Myers, S Scholz, N Sharp
Saving face: How exit in response to negative press and star analyst downgrades reflects reputation maintenance by directors
JS Harrison, S Boivie, NY Sharp, RJ Gentry
Academy of Management Journal 61 (3), 1131-1157, 2018
The impact of religion on the going concern reporting decisions of local audit offices
TC Omer, NY Sharp, D Wang
Journal of Business Ethics 149, 811-831, 2018
Empirical evidence on repeat restatements
R Files, NY Sharp, AM Thompson
Accounting Horizons 28 (1), 93-123, 2014
Meet the press: Survey evidence on financial journalists as information intermediaries
AC Call, SA Emett, E Maksymov, NY Sharp
Journal of Accounting and Economics 73 (2-3), 101455, 2022
Which buy-side institutions participate in public earnings conference calls? Implications for capital markets and sell-side coverage
AC Call, NY Sharp, TD Shohfi
Journal of Corporate Finance 68, 101964, 2021
Who's heard on the Street? Determinants and consequences of financial analyst coverage in the business press
L Rees, N Sharp, B Twedt
Review of Accounting Studies 20 (1), 173-209, 2015
Short selling around restatement announcements: When do bears pounce?
M Drake, L Myers, S Scholz, N Sharp
Journal of Accounting, Auditing, & Finance 30 (2), 218-245, 2015
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