Shivaram Rajgopal mostly deals with Earnings, Cash flow, Accrual, Finance and Accounting. Shivaram Rajgopal studies Earnings, namely Earnings per share. His Cash flow research incorporates themes from Earnings quality and Actuarial science.
In general Finance, his work in Stock options, Voluntary disclosure and Earnings guidance is often linked to Factor analysis of information risk linking many areas of study. His Voluntary disclosure study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Earnings surprise and Agency cost. His studies in Accounting integrate themes in fields like Enforcement and Corporate governance, Shareholder.
His main research concerns Accounting, Earnings, Finance, Earnings management and Monetary economics. His Accounting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Enforcement and Corporate governance, Shareholder. Shivaram Rajgopal combines subjects such as Cash flow and Stock market with his study of Earnings.
He performs multidisciplinary studies into Cash flow and Factor analysis of information risk in his work. The study of Finance is intertwined with the study of Financial accounting in a number of ways. His Monetary economics research includes themes of Earnings guidance, Return volatility, Profitability index and Accrual.
His primary scientific interests are in Accounting, Finance, Shareholder, Audit and Corporate governance. His is doing research in Earnings and Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, both of which are found in Accounting. His study in Earnings is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Demographic economics, Misrepresentation, Intrinsic value, Return on equity and Owner earnings.
Shivaram Rajgopal undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Finance and Sample through his works. Shivaram Rajgopal studied Audit and Enforcement that intersect with Product market, Market share, Corporate finance and Public finance. His Corporate governance study combines topics in areas such as Credit rating, Issuer, Conflict of interest, Initial public offering and Corporate bond.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Accounting, Corporate governance, Incentive, Earnings and Finance. His studies deal with areas such as Shareholder, Shareholder value and Corporate bond as well as Accounting. His Corporate governance study also includes
In Incentive, Shivaram Rajgopal works on issues like Stock options, which are connected to Actuarial science and Whistle blowing. The various areas that Shivaram Rajgopal examines in his Earnings study include Cash flow, Misrepresentation and Demographic economics. His work on Corporate finance as part of general Finance research is frequently linked to Sample, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
THE ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF CORPORATE FINANCIAL REPORTING
John R. Graham;Campbell R. Harvey;Campbell R. Harvey;Shiva Rajgopal.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2005)
The Economic Implications of Corporate Financial Reporting
John R. Graham;John R. Graham;Campbell R. Harvey;Campbell R. Harvey;Shivaram Rajgopal.
Social Science Research Network (2005)
Empirical evidence on the relation between stock option compensation and risk taking
Shivaram Rajgopal;Terry Shevlin.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2002)
Earnings quality: Evidence from the field
Ilia D. Dichev;John R. Graham;John R. Graham;Campbell R. Harvey;Campbell R. Harvey;Shiva Rajgopal.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2013)
Accounting Discretion, Corporate Governance, and Firm Performance*
Robert M. Bowen;Shivaram Rajgopal;Mohan Venkatachalam.
Contemporary Accounting Research (2008)
Institutional Ownership and the Extent to which Stock Prices Reflect Future Earnings
James Jiambalvo;Shivaram Rajgopal;Mohan Venkatachalam.
Contemporary Accounting Research (2002)
Why is the accrual anomaly not arbitraged away? The role of idiosyncratic risk and transaction costs $
Christina Mashruwala;Shivaram Rajgopal;Terry Shevlin.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2006)
CEO Reputation and Earnings Quality
Jennifer Francis;Allen H. Huang;Shivaram Rajgopal;Amy Y. Zang.
Contemporary Accounting Research (2008)
Financial reporting quality and idiosyncratic return volatility
Shiva Rajgopal;Mohan Venkatachalam.
Journal of Accounting and Economics (2011)
Value‐Glamour and Accruals Mispricing: One Anomaly or Two?
Hemang Desai;Shivaram Rajgopal;Mohan Venkatachalam.
The Accounting Review (2004)
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