Publications

Headline Salience and Over- and Underreaction to Earnings” Xuan Huang, Alex Nekrasov, and Siew Hong Teoh. The Accounting Review (forthcoming)
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The Promise and Challenges of New Datasets for Accounting Research” Siew Hong Teoh. Accounting, Organizations, and Society (forthcoming)
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How Psychological Bias Shapes Accounting and Financial Regulation,” David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh, Behavioral Public Policy, 1(1), (2017):87-105.
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Limited attention, statement of cash flow disclosure, and the valuation of accruals” Bin Miao, Siew Hong Teoh, and Zinan Zhu. Review of Accounting Studies, 21, June 2016:473-515.
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Tone Management,” Xuan Huang, Siew Hong Teoh, and Yinglei Zhang. The Accounting Review, 89(3), July 2014: 1083-1113.
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Mispricing of Book-Tax Differences and Trading Behavior of Short Sellers and Insiders,” Sabrina Chi, Mort Pincus, and Siew Hong Teoh. The Accounting Review, 89(2), May 2014: 511-543.
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“Board Interlocks and Earnings Management Contagion,” Peng-Chia Chiu, Siew Hong Teoh, and Feng Tian, The Accounting Review, 88-3, 2013; 915-944.
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“Overvalued Equity and Financing Decisions,” Ming Dong, David Hirshleifer, and Siew Hong Teoh, Review of Financial Studies, 25-12, 2012; 3645-3683.
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“Are Overconfident CEOs Better Innovators?” David Hirshleifer, Angie Low, and Siew Hong Teoh. Journal of Finance, 67-4, August 2012; 1457–1498.
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Limited Investor Attention and Stock Market Misreactions to Accounting Information,” David Hirshleifer, Sonya Lim, and Siew Hong Teoh, Review of Asset Pricing Studies 1-1, December 2011; 35-73.
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Short Arbitrage, Return Asymmetry and the Accrual Anomaly,” David Hirshleifer, Siew Hong Teoh, and Jiewei Yu , Review of Financial Studies 24-7, July 2011; 2429-2461.
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The Accrual Anomaly: Risk or Mispricing?” David Hirshleifer, Kewei Hou, and Siew Hong Teoh, Management Science 58-2, February 2012; 320–335.
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Data Truncation Bias, Loss Firms, and Accounting Anomalies,” Siew Hong Teoh and Yinglei Zhang, The Accounting Review 86-4, 2011; 1445-1475.
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Systemic Risk, Coordination Failures, and Preparedness Externalities: Applications to Tax and Accounting Policy,” David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh. Journal of Financial Economic Policy 1-2, 2009; 128–142 (lead).
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The Psychological Attraction Approach to Accounting and Disclosure Policy,” David Hirshleifer, and Siew Hong Teoh. Contemporary Accounting Research 6-4, 2009; 1067-1090.
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Driven to Distraction: Extraneous Events and Underreaction to Earnings News,” David Hirshleifer, Sonya Lim, and Siew Hong Teoh, Journal of Finance 64-5, 2009; 2287-2323.
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3rd Prize, 2007 Chicago Quantitative Alliance Annual Academic Competition.

Do Individual Investors Drive Post-Earnings Announcement Drift? Direct Evidence from Personal Trades,” David Hirshleifer, James N. Myers, Linda A. Myers, and Siew Hong Teoh, The Accounting Review 83-6, 2008; 1521-1550.
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Accruals, Cash Flows, and Aggregate Stock Returns” David Hirshleifer, Kewei Hou, and Siew Hong Teoh, Journal of Financial Economics, 91, 2009; 389–406.
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Does Investor Misvaluation Drive the Takeover Market?” Ming Dong, David Hirshleifer, Scott Richardson, and Siew Hong Teoh, Journal of Finance 61-2, April 2006; 725-762.
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Do Investors Overvalue Firms with Bloated Balance Sheets?,” David Hirshleifer, Kewei Hou, Siew Hong Teoh and Yinglei Zhang, Journal of Accounting and Economics 38, December 2004; 297-331. Conference Issue on Research on Market Efficiency, Valuation, and Mispricing: Risk, Behavioral, and Alternative Explanations
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The Walkdown to Beatable Analyst Forecasts: The Roles of Equity Issuance and Insider Trading Incentives,” Scott Richardson, Siew Hong Teoh, and Peter Wysocki, Contemporary Accounting Research 19-3, Winter 2004; 885-924.
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Herd Behavior and Cascading in Capital Markets: A Review and Synthesis,” David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh, European Financial Management 9-1, March 2003; 25-66.
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Limited Attention, Information Disclosure, and Financial Reporting,” David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh, Journal of Accounting and Economics 36-1/3, December 2003; 337-386. Conference Issue on Current Issues in Financial Reporting, Disclosure Practices, and Corporate Governance.
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Investor Psychology in Capital Markets: Evidence and Policy Implications,” Kent Daniel, David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh, Journal of Monetary Economics 49-1, January 2002; 139-209. Reprinted in, The Psychology of World Equity Markets, Werner De Bondt, editor, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., July, 2005.
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Why Do New Issuers and High-Accrual Firms Underperform: The Role of Analysts’ Credulity,” Siew Hong Teoh, and T.J. Wong, Review of Financial Studies 15-3, Summer 2002; 869-900.
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Issues in the Use of the Event Study Methodology: A Critical Analysis of Corporate Social Responsibility Studies,” Abigail McWilliams, Donald Siegel, and Siew Hong Teoh, Organizational Research Methods 2-4, October 1999; 340-365.
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The Effect of Socially Activist Investment Policies on the Financial Markets: Evidence from the South African Boycott,” Siew Hong Teoh, Ivo Welch and Paul Wazzan, Journal of Business 72-1, January 1999; 35-89.
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Awarded Moskowitz Prize for best paper on socially responsible investing by the Social Investment Forum Board, 1999.

Are the Accruals During and Initial Public Offering Opportunistic?” Siew Hong Teoh, T.J. Wong and Gita Rao, Review of Accounting Studies 3-1/2, 1998; 175-208.
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Earnings Management and the Long-Run Market Performance of Initial Public Offerings,” Siew Hong Teoh, Ivo Welch, and T.J. Wong, Journal of Finance 53-6, December 1998; 1935-1974.
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Nominated for Brattle Prize for outstanding paper published by the Journal of Finance in 1998.

Earnings Management and the Underperformance of Seasoned Equity Offerings,” Siew Hong Teoh, Ivo Welch and T.J. Wong, Journal of Financial Economics 50-1, October 1998; 63-99.
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Information Disclosure and Voluntary Contributions to Public Goods,” Siew Hong Teoh, Rand Journal of Economics 28-3, Autumn 1997; 385-406. Lead article.
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Perceived Auditor Quality and the Earnings Response Coefficient,” Siew Hong Teoh and T.J. Wong, Accounting Review 68-2, April 1993; 346-366.
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Auditor Independence, Dismissal Threats, and the Market Reaction to Auditor Switches,” Siew Hong Teoh, Journal of Accounting Research 30-1, Spring 1992; 1-23.
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Non Disclosure and Adverse Disclosure as Signals of Firm Value,” Siew Hong Teoh and Chuan Yang Hwang, Review of Financial Studies 4-2, April 1991; 283-314.
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Other Publications

Thought and Behavior Contagion in Capital Markets,” David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh, Ch. 1 of Handbook of Financial Markets: Dynamics and Evolution, Thorsten Hens and Klaus Reiner Schenk-Hoppé, eds., Handbooks in Finance series (William Ziemba, ed.), Elsevier/North-Holland, (2009):1-56.

Letter to the Editor on “Decisions Without Blinders,” David Hirshleifer and Siew Hong Teoh, Harvard Business Review, April 2006.
http://harvardbusinessonline.hbsp.harvard.edu/hbrsa/en/issue/0604/article/LettersToEditor.jhtml

Self-Deception and Deception in Capital Markets,” Joshua D. Coval, David Hirshleifer, and Siew Hong Teoh, Ch. 6 of Deception in Markets, Caroline Gerschlager, ed., Palgrave Macmillan/U.K., (2005):131-169.

“Using Psychology to Explain Market Moves,” with David Hirshleifer, Optimus. January 2001, pp. 34-35.