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Customer–supplier relationships and corporate tax avoidance
L Cen, EL Maydew, L Zhang, L Zuo
Journal of Financial Economics 123 (2), 377-394, 2017
2432017
The role of anchoring bias in the equity market: Evidence from analysts’ earnings forecasts and stock returns
L Cen, G Hilary, KCJ Wei
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 48 (1), 47-76, 2013
2012013
Discipline or disruption? Stakeholder relationships and the effect of takeover threat
L Cen, S Dasgupta, R Sen
Management Science 62 (10), 2820-2841, 2016
1172016
Reputation and loan contract terms: The role of principal customers
L Cen, S Dasgupta, R Elkamhi, RS Pungaliya
Review of Finance 20 (2), 501-533, 2016
952016
Investor sentiment, disagreement, and the breadth–return relationship
L Cen, H Lu, L Yang
Management Science 59 (5), 1076-1091, 2013
912013
Strategic disclosures of litigation loss contingencies when customer-supplier relationships are at risk
L Cen, F Chen, Y Hou, GD Richardson
The Accounting Review 93 (2), 137-159, 2018
502018
Disagreement, underreaction, and stock returns
L Cen, KCJ Wei, L Yang
Management Science 63 (4), 1214-1231, 2017
422017
When the tail wags the dog: Industry leaders, limited attention, and spurious cross-industry information diffusion
L Cen, K Chan, S Dasgupta, N Gao
Management Science 59 (11), 2566-2585, 2013
222013
Do analysts and their employers value access to management? Evidence from earnings conference call participation
L Cen, J Chen, S Dasgupta, V Ragunathan
Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 56 (3), 745-787, 2021
182021
Speed matters: Limited attention and supply-chain information diffusion
L Cen, MG Hertzel, C Schiller
Available at SSRN 2925460, 2017
182017
Tax planning diffusion, real effects, and sharing of benefits
L Cen, EL Maydew, L Zhang, L Zuo
Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise Research Paper, 2019-97, 2022
112022
Customer-supplier relationships and strategic disclosures of litigation loss contingencies
L Cen, F Chen, Y Hou, G Richardson
Available at SSRN, 2014
112014
The cross-sectional anchoring of forecasted earnings per share and expected stock returns
L Cen, KCJ Wei, J Zhang
Internet access: http://papers. ssrn. com/sol3/papers. cfm, 2009
102009
Tax planning diffusion along the supply chain
L Cen, EL Maydew, L Zhang, L Zuo
SSRN Electronic Journal, 2018
92018
Navigating wall street: Career concerns and analyst transitions from sell-side to buy-side
L Cen, C Ornthanalai, CM Schiller
Working paper, University of Toronto, 2017
92017
Buy-side participation and information production in earnings conference calls
L Cen, S Dasgupta, V Ragunathan
China International Conference in Finance (Organized by Tsinghua University …, 2012
92012
Forecasted earnings per share and the cross section of expected stock returns
L Cen, J Wei, J Zhang
Working Paper, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, 2006
92006
It's Showtime!: Conference Call Participation and Analysts' Career Outcomes
L Cen, J Chen, S Dasgupta, V Ragunathan
University of Toronto-Rotman School of Management, 2016
82016
Do countries matter for information diffusion in financial markets? Evidence from global supply-chain networks
L Cen, C Doidge, C Schiller
Evidence from Global Supply-Chain Networks (December 31, 2016), 2016
72016
The power of economic network: investor recognition through supply-chain relationships
L Cen, E Danesh, C Ornthanalai, X Zhao
SSRN Electronic Journal, 2015
72015
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