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Jessen L. Hobson

Assistant Professor of Accountancy and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Faculty Fellow

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Articles in Journals

Hobson, J., Mayew, W., Venkatachalam, M. 2012. Analyzing Speech to Detect Financial Misreporting. Journal of Accounting Research, 50: 349-392

Elliott, W. , Hobson, J., Jackson, K. 2011. Disaggregating Management Earnings Forecasts to Reduce Investors' Susceptibility to Earnings Fixation. The Accounting Review, 86: 185-208

Hobson, J. 2011. Do the Benefits of Reducing Accounting Complexity Persist in Markets Prone to Bubble? Contemporary Accounting Research, 28: 957-989

Hobson, J., Mellon, M., Stevens, D. 2011. Determinants of Moral Judgments Regarding Budgetary Slack: An Experimental Examination of Pay Scheme and Personal Values. Behavioral Research in Accounting

Hobson, J., Kachelmeier, S. 2005. Strategic Disclosure of Risky Prospects: A Laboratory Experiment. The Accounting Review, 80: 825-846

Presentations

Hobson, J. 2014. The Effect of Language Style Matching and Power on the Accurate Assessment Managers' Reported Performance, Cornell University, Ithaca.

Hobson, J. 2013. Salient Earnings Metrics, Motivated Reasoning and Market Efficiency, American Accounting Association FARS Section Midyear Meeting, San Diego.

Hobson, J. 2013. The Effect of Language Style Matching and Power on the Accurate Assessment Managers' Reported Performance, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.

Hobson, J. 2011. The Effect of Financial Incentives and Earnings Management on Excessive Risk-Taking Behavior: An Experimental Examination, Eighth Annual BYU Accounting Research Symposium, Provo.

Hobson, J. 2010. Analyzing Speech to Detect Misreporting, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco.

Hobson, J. 2009. Analyzing Speech to Detect Misreporting, Sixth Annual Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium, Provo.

Hobson, J. 2009. Disaggregating Management Forecasts to Reduce Investors' Susceptibility to Earnings Fixation, American Accounting Association 2009 Annual Meeting, New York.

Hobson, J. 2009. Disaggregating Management Forecasts to Reduce Investors' Susceptibility to Earnings Fixation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Accountancy Forum, Champaign.

Hobson, J. 2009. More than Money: The Effects of Status and Narcissism on Managerial Overreporting, Florida State University Accounting Colloquium, Tallahassee.

Hobson, J. 2008. Disaggregating Management Forecasts to Reduce Investors' Susceptibility to Earnings Fixation, American Accounting Association Accounting, Behavior and Organizations Section Conference, Providence.

Hobson, J. 2008. More than Money: The Effects of Status and Narcissism on Managerial Overreporting, Experimental Social Science Research Group at Florida State University, Tallahassee.

Hobson, J. 2007. Do the Benefits of Reducing Accounting Complexity Persist in Markets Prone to Bubble?, Fourth Annual Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium, Provo.

Hobson, J. 2007. Do the Benefits of Reducing Accounting Complexity Persist in Markets Prone to Bubble?, The University of Florida Accounting Colloquium, Gainesville.

Hobson, J. 2007. Determinants of Moral Judgments Regarding Budgetary Slack: An Experimental Examination of Pay Scheme and Personal Values, American Accounting Association 12th Annual Ethics Research Symposium, Chicago.

Hobson, J. 2006. Do the Benefits of Reducing Accounting Complexity Persist in Markets Prone to Bubble?, Experimental Social Science Research Group at Florida State University, Tallahassee.

Hobson, J. 2006. Do the Benefits of Reducing Accounting Complexity Persist in Markets Prone to Bubble?, American Accounting Association 2006 Annual Meeting, Washington D.C..

Hobson, J. 2006. Do the Benefits of Reducing Accounting Complexity Persist in Markets Prone to Bubble?, 2006 International Meeting of the Economic Science Association, Atlanta.

Hobson, J. 2006. Do the Benefits of Reducing Accounting Complexity Persist in Markets Prone to Bubble?, Florida State University Accounting Colloquium, Tallahassee.

Hobson, J. 2006. Do the Benefits of Reducing Accounting Complexity Persist in Markets Prone to Bubble?, The University of Texas at Austin Accounting Colloquium, Austin.

Hobson, J. 2006. More than Money: The Effects of Status and Narcissism on Managerial Overreporting, Third Annual Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium, Provo.

Hobson, J. 2004. Seeing The Trees From The Forest: Do Nonprofessional Investors Overrely on Whether Firms Beat or Miss Analyst Forecasts to the Exclusion of Other Relevant Information, First Annual Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium, Provo.

Hobson, J. 2002. Strategic Disclosure of Risky Prospects: A Laboratory Experiment, The University of Texas at Austin Accounting Colloquium, Austin.

 

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