Anastasia Zakolyukina
Anastasia Zakolyukina
Associate Professor of Accounting, Chicago Booth School of Business
Verified email at chicagobooth.edu - Homepage
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Detecting Deceptive Discussions in Conference Calls
DF Larcker, AA Zakolyukina
Journal of Accounting Research 50 (2), 495-540, 2012
5592012
CEO Personality and Firm Policies
I Gow, SN Kaplan, DF Larcker, AA Zakolyukina
Working paper, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, 2015
832015
How Common Are Intentional GAAP Violations? Estimates from a Dynamic Model
AA Zakolyukina
Journal of Accounting Research 56 (1), 5-44, 2018
74*2018
Non‐Answers During Conference Calls
ID Gow, DF Larcker, AA Zakolyukina
Journal of Accounting Research 59 (4), 1349-1384, 2021
222021
Information versus Investment
S Terry, TM Whited, AA Zakolyukina
Chicago Booth Research Paper, 2018
17*2018
Accounting fundamentals and systematic risk: Corporate failure over the business cycle
M Ogneva, JD Piotroski, AA Zakolyukina
The Accounting Review 95 (5), 321-350, 2019
11*2019
What Is CEO Overconfidence? Evidence from Executive Assessments
SN Kaplan, M Sorensen, AA Zakolyukina
Chicago Booth Research Paper No. 20-22, 2020
72020
Non-GAAP Reporting and Investment
C McClure, AA Zakolyukina
Chicago Booth Research Paper, 2019
22019
Does corporate governance really matter? Governance research via machine learning
ID Gow, DF Larcker, AA Zakolyukina
2021
Are Narcissistic CEOs All That Bad?
DF Larcker, CA O'Reilly, B Tayan, AA Zakolyukina
Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Working Paper …, 2021
2021
Internet Appendix for “How Common Are Intentional GAAP Violations? Estimates from a Dynamic Model”
AA Zakolyukina
2017
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