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Marlene Plumlee
Marlene Plumlee
Professor of Accounting, University of Utah
Verified email at utah.edu
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A re‐examination of disclosure level and the expected cost of equity capital
CA Botosan, MA Plumlee
Journal of accounting research 40 (1), 21-40, 2002
23942002
Voluntary Environmental Disclosure Quality and Firm Value:Further Evidence
M Plumlee, D Brown, R Hayes, S Marshall
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 34 (4), 336-361, 2015
998*2015
Assessing alternative proxies for the expected risk premium
CA Botosan, MA Plumlee
Accounting Review, 21-53, 2005
9872005
The effect of information complexity on analysts' use of that information
MA Plumlee
Accounting Review, 275-296, 2003
4472003
The role of information precision in determining the cost of equity capital
CA Botosan, MA Plumlee, Y Xie
Review of Accounting Studies 9 (2), 233-259, 2004
3552004
An analysis of the underlying causes attributed to restatements
M Plumlee, TL Yohn
Accounting Horizons 24, 41, 2010
3362010
The relation between expected returns, realized returns, and firm risk characteristics
CA Botosan, MA Plumlee, H Wen
Contemporary Accounting Research 28 (4), 1085-1122, 2011
3032011
Assurance on XBRL for financial reporting
RD Plumlee, MA Plumlee
Accounting Horizons 22 (3), 353-368, 2008
2112008
Stock option expense: The sword of Damocles revealed
CA Botosan, MA Plumlee
Accounting Horizons 15 (4), 311-327, 2001
1132001
Are information attributes priced?
CA Botosan, MA Plumlee
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 40 (9-10), 1045-1067, 2013
1082013
Measuring disclosure using 8-K filings
J He, MA Plumlee
Review of Accounting Studies 25 (3), 903-962, 2020
77*2020
Bank loan spread and private information: pending approval patents
M Plumlee, Y Xie, M Yan, JJ Yu
Review of Accounting Studies 20 (2), 593-638, 2015
672015
Disaggregating operating and financial activities: Implications for forecasts of profitability
A Esplin, M Hewitt, M Plumlee, TL Yohn
Review of Accounting Studies 19 (1), 328-362, 2014
562014
An examination of management's regulatory filing choices surrounding restatements
MA Plumlee, TL Yohn
Journal of Management Accounting Research 27 (2), 121-144, 2015
53*2015
Information lost: A descriptive analysis of IFRS firms' 20-F reconciliations
M Plumlee, D Plumlee
Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance (JARAF) 3 (1), 15-31, 2008
44*2008
Decomposing the market, industry, and firm components of profitability: implications for forecasts of profitability
AB Jackson, MA Plumlee, BR Rountree
Review of Accounting Studies 23 (3), 1071-1095, 2018
352018
‘Negotiated’transparency? Corporate citizenship engagement and environmental disclosure
RS Marshall, D Brown, M Plumlee
Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 43-60, 2007
332007
Voluntary disclosure, mandatory disclosure and the cost of capital
J He, MA Plumlee, H Wen
Journal of business finance & accounting 46 (3-4), 307-335, 2019
262019
Measuring news in management range forecasts
TK Jensen, MA Plumlee
Contemporary Accounting Research 37 (3), 1687-1719, 2020
18*2020
Financial reporting policy committee of the American accounting association's financial accounting and reporting section: Accounting standard setting for private companies
Financial Reporting Policy Committee of the Financial Accounting and ...
Accounting Horizons 28 (1), 175-192, 2014
182014
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