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Faculty Profile: Charlie Wasley

Charlie E Wasley
Clinical Professor Joseph and Janice Willett Distinguished Scholar; Area Coordinator, Accounting
Phone: 585.275.3362
Office: 3-160E Carol Simon Hall

Bio

Associate editor of the Journal of Accounting and Economics. Previously on the faculty of Washington University in St. Louis

Teaching Interests

Corporate financial reporting.

Research Interests

The role of accounting information in capital markets encompassing the rational pricing of earnings, cash flows, and accruals; measuring real activity management; the role of management earnings forecasts in the bond market; information externalities in capital markets; the role of materiality in firms’ disclosure decisions; and econometric and methodological issues in accounting research.

Professional History

Clinical Professor Joseph and Janice Willett Distinguished Scholar; Area Coordinator, Accounting
University of Rochester Simon School of Business, Rochester NY
July 2009 -
Associate Professor of Accounting, Joseph and Janice Willett Distinguished Scholar; Area Coordinator
University of Rochester Simon School of Business, Rochester NY
July 2007 - June 2009
Associate Professor of Accounting, Area Coordinator
University of Rochester Simon School of Business, Rochester NY
2001 - 2007
Visiting Research Associate Professor of Accounting
University of Rochester Simon School of Business, Rochester NY
1999 - 2001
Associate Professor of Accounting
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
1997 - 2001
Visiting Associate Professor of Accounting
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
1996 - 1997
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Washington University In St. Louis, St. Louis MO
1987 - 1996

Education

University of Iowa - 1987
Ph D
Accounting
SUNY at Binghamton - 1982
MS
Accounting
SUNY at Binghamton - 1981
BS
Business Administration

Publications

2011
Information Externalities along the Supply Chain: The Economic Determinants of Suppliers' Stock Price Reaction to Their Major Customers' Earnings Announcements
Contribution Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Journal/Publisher/Proceedings Publisher: Contemporary Accounting Research
Issue: Winter 2011
2011
The Effect of R&D Inputs and Outputs on the Relation between Uncertainty of Future Operating Performance and R&D Expenditures
Contribution Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Journal/Publisher/Proceedings Publisher: Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance
Issue: Winter 2011
2010
The Joint Effects of Materiality Thresholds and Voluntary Disclosure Incentives on Firms' Disclosure Decisions
Contribution Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Journal/Publisher/Proceedings Publisher: Journal of Accounting and Economics
Issue: 2010
2010
The Joint Effects of Materiality Thresholds and Voluntary Disclosure Incentives on Firms’ Disclosure Decisions
Journal/Publisher/Proceedings Publisher: Journal of Accounting and Economics
2007
Regression Based Tests of the Market Pricing of Accounting Numbers: The Mishkin Test and Ordinary Least Squares
Contribution Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Journal/Publisher/Proceedings Publisher: Journal of Accounting Research
Issue: December 2007
2006
The Role of Self-Regulation in Corporate Governance: Evidence from the Netherlands
Journal/Publisher/Proceedings Publisher: Advances in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing
Issue: 2006
2006
An Analysis of the Theories and Explanations Offered for the Mis-Pricing of Accruals and Accrual Components
Contribution Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Journal/Publisher/Proceedings Publisher: Journal of Accounting Research
Issue: May 2006
2006
Why do Managers Voluntarily Issue Management Cash Flow Forecasts
Contribution Type: Journal Article, Academic Journal
Journal/Publisher/Proceedings Publisher: Journal of Accounting Research
Issue: May 2006

Current Research Programs

Evidence on the Role of Management Earnings Guidance in the Bond Market
Influential Observations in Accounting Research
Macroeconomic Uncertainty and Management Earnings Forecasts
Measuring Real Activity Management
The Persistence of the Accrual Anomaly
The Uniqueness of Returns to Accrual-Related Anomalies
Why Do Firms Voluntary Pre-disclose Nonrecurring Gains and Losses?
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