His main research concerns Accounting, Cost of capital, Finance, Equity and Corporate social responsibility. His Accounting study often links to related topics such as Quality. His Quality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Investment behavior and Investment efficiency.
The various areas that he examines in his Cost of capital study include Equity value, Monetary economics and Equity capital markets. His research in Equity focuses on subjects like Cost of equity, which are connected to Customer base, Microeconomics and Instrumental variable. His Voluntary disclosure research includes themes of Institutional investor and Equity capital.
Dan S. Dhaliwal focuses on Accounting, Monetary economics, Finance, Cost of capital and Earnings. His studies deal with areas such as Quality and Information asymmetry as well as Accounting. His Monetary economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dividend tax, Indirect tax, Corporate tax, Financial system and Value-added tax.
In general Finance study, his work on Debt, Debt-to-GDP ratio and Transparency often relates to the realm of Sample, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Cost of capital research includes elements of Weighted average cost of capital, Equity and Economic capital. He has researched Earnings in several fields, including Taxable income, Accounting method and Econometrics.
Dan S. Dhaliwal mainly investigates Accounting, Audit, Monetary economics, Cost of capital and Quality. His studies in Accounting integrate themes in fields like Information asymmetry and Tax avoidance. The concepts of his Audit study are interwoven with issues in Mergers and acquisitions and Investment.
His Monetary economics research incorporates elements of Corporate tax, Tax deduction and Debt. His Cost of capital research incorporates themes from Earnings, Finance, Equity risk and Financial system. He has researched Cost of equity in several fields, including Endogeneity, Microeconomics, Customer base and Equity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Accounting, Cost of capital, Audit, Information asymmetry and Corporate finance. His Accounting research integrates issues from Marketing and Ex-ante. His Cost of capital research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transparency and Finance.
His Audit research includes themes of Incentive and Investment. His Corporate finance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Market structure, Financial economics, Public finance and Product market. His Public finance study incorporates themes from Institutional investor, Corporate governance and Earnings guidance.
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Voluntary Nonfinancial Disclosure and the Cost of Equity Capital: The Initiation of Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting
Dan S. Dhaliwal;Oliver Zhen Li;Albert Tsang;Yong George Yang.
The Accounting Review (2011)
Nonfinancial Disclosure and Analyst Forecast Accuracy: International Evidence on Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure
Dan S. Dhaliwal;Suresh Radhakrishnan;Albert Tsang;Yong George Yang.
The Accounting Review (2012)
Last‐Chance Earnings Management: Using the Tax Expense to Meet Analysts' Forecasts*
Dan S. Dhaliwal;Cristi A. Gleason;Lillian Fawn Mills.
Contemporary Accounting Research (2004)
The information content of mandatory risk factor disclosures in corporate filings
John L. Campbell;Hsinchun Chen;Dan S. Dhaliwal;Hsin min Lu.
Review of Accounting Studies (2014)
Corporate social responsibility disclosure and the cost of equity capital: The roles of stakeholder orientation and financial transparency
Dan Dhaliwal;Dan Dhaliwal;Oliver Zhen Li;Albert Tsang;Yong George Yang.
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2014)
Is comprehensive income superior to net income as a measure of firm performance
Dan Dhaliwal;K.R. Subramanyam;Robert Trezevant.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (1999)
The Association Between Accruals Quality and the Characteristics of Accounting Experts and Mix of Expertise on Audit Committees
Dan Dhaliwal;Vic Naiker;Farshid Navissi.
Contemporary Accounting Research (2010)
Does investment efficiency improve after the disclosure of material weaknesses in internal control over financial reporting
Mei Cheng;Dan Dhaliwal;Dan Dhaliwal;Yuan Zhang.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2013)
Customer concentration risk and the cost of equity capital
Dan Dhaliwal;Dan Dhaliwal;J. Scott Judd;Matthew Serfling;Sarah Shaikh.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2016)
Taxes, Leverage, and the Cost of Equity Capital
Dan Dhaliwal;Shane Heitzman;Oliver Zhen Li.
Journal of Accounting Research (2006)
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