Professor Peter Pope
Professor of Accounting
Common Factors in Default Risk across Countries and Industries, European Financial Management 19(1), 2013 pp.108-152 (with Kevin Aretz)
Mandatory IFRS Adoption and Institutional Investment Decisions, The Accounting Review, 87(6), 2012, pp.1993-2025 (with Annita Florou)
Are Analysts’ Loss Functions Asymmetric? Journal of Forecasting, 31(8), 2012, pp.736-756 (with Mark Clatworthy and David Peel)
The European IFRS Experiment: Objectives, Research Challenges and some Early Evidence, Accounting and Business Research 41(3), 2011, 233-266 (with Stuart McLeay)
Asymmetric Loss Functions and the Rationality of Expected Stock Returns. International Journal of Forecasting 2011, 27(2) 413-437 (with Kevin Aretz and Soehnke Bartram)
Bridging the Gap between Accounting and Finance, British Accounting Review 42(2), 2010, 88-102.
Macroeconomic Risks and Characteristic–Based Factor Models, Journal of Banking and Finance 34(6), 2010, 1383-1399 (with Kevin Aretz and Soehnke Bartram).
Cross-Border Information Transfers: Evidence from Profit Warnings Issued by European Firms, Accounting and Business Research 39(5) 2009, 449-472 (with Paulo Alves and Steve Young)
Are Boards and Institutional Investors Active Monitors? Evidence from CEO Dismissal, Managerial Auditing Journal 23 (9), 2008, 862-872 (with Annita Florou). Emerald Literati Network 2009 Awards for Excellence.
Accounting for asset impairments: IFRS Reporting Practices and Outcomes in Europe, Ernst and Young White Paper, 2012 (with Hami Amiraslani and George Iatridis).
Cross Border Information Transfers and the Impact of Accounting Regime Changes, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, Centre for Business Performance, Research Briefing, 2010, pp.34 (with Paulo Alves and Steven Young).
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