Bin Ke
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Earnings management to avoid earnings declines across publicly and privately held banks
AL Beatty, B Ke, KR Petroni
The Accounting Review 77 (3), 547-570, 2002
What insiders know about future earnings and how they use it: Evidence from insider trades
B Ke, S Huddart, K Petroni
Journal of Accounting and Economics 35 (3), 315-346, 2003
The effect of issuing biased earnings forecasts on analysts' access to management and survival
B Ke, Y Yu
Journal of Accounting Research 44 (5), 965-999, 2006
Do institutional investors exploit the post-earnings announcement drift?
B Ke, S Ramalingegowda
Journal of Accounting and Economics 39 (1), 25-53, 2005
Disclosure of fees paid to auditors and the market valuation of earnings surprises
JR Francis, B Ke
Review of Accounting Studies 11 (4), 495-523, 2006
How informed are actively trading institutional investors? Evidence from their trading behavior before a break in a string of consecutive earnings increases
B Ke, K Petroni
Journal of Accounting Research 42 (5), 895-927, 2004
Information Asymmetry and Cross‐sectional Variation in Insider Trading*
SJ Huddart, B Ke
Contemporary Accounting Research 24 (1), 195-232, 2007
Ownership concentration and sensitivity of executive pay to accounting performance measures: Evidence from publicly and privately-held insurance companies
B Ke, K Petroni, A Safieddine
Journal of Accounting and Economics 28 (2), 185-209, 1999
Jeopardy, non-public information, and insider trading around SEC 10-K and 10-Q filings
S Huddart, B Ke, C Shi
Journal of Accounting and Economics 43 (1), 3-36, 2007
The effect of China's weak institutional environment on the quality of Big 4 audits
B Ke, CS Lennox, Q Xin
The Accounting Review 90 (4), 1591-1619, 2015
The effect of Regulation FD on transient institutional investors' trading behavior
B Ke, KR Petroni, Y Yu
Journal of Accounting Research 46 (4), 853-883, 2008
Hong Kong stock listing and the sensitivity of managerial compensation to firm performance in state-controlled Chinese firms
B Ke, O Rui, W Yu
Review of Accounting Studies 17 (1), 166-188, 2012
Minority Shareholders' Control Rights and the Quality of Corporate Decisions in Weak Investor Protection Countries: A Natural Experiment from China
Z Chen, B Ke, Z Yang
The Accounting Review 88 (4), 1211-1238, 2013
Home Country Investor Protection, Ownership Structure and Cross‐Listed Firms' Compliance with SOX‐Mandated Internal Control Deficiency Disclosures
G Gong, B Ke, Y Yu
Contemporary Accounting Research 30 (4), 1490-1523, 2013
Detecting Accounting Fraud in Publicly Traded US Firms Using a Machine Learning Approach
Y Bao, B Ke, B Li, YJ Yu, J Zhang
Available at SSRN 2670703, 2019
Are Stock Option Grants to Directors of State-Controlled Chinese Firms Listed in Hong Kong Genuine Compensation?
Z Chen, Y Guan, B Ke
The Accounting Review 88 (5), 1547-1574, 2013
Why Do CEOs of Publicly Traded Firms Prefer Reporting Small Increases in Earnings and Long Duration of Consecutive Earnings Increases?
B Ke
Available at SSRN 250308, 2001
The effect of anti-corruption campaign on shareholder value in a weak institutional environment: Evidence from China
B Ke, N Liu, S Tang
Why don’t analysts use their earnings forecasts in generating stock recommendations?
B Ke, Y Yu
Available at SSRN 1011449, 2009
The Effect of Investment Horizon on Institutional Investors' Incentives to Acquire Private Information on Long-Term Earnings*
B Ke, S Ramalingegowda, Y Yu
Available at SSRN 673881, 2006
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