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Kristina M Rennekamp

Assistant Professor of Accountancy and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Faculty Fellow

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Articles in Journals

Bloomfield, R., Hodge, F., Hopkins, P., Rennekamp, K. Forthcoming. Does Coordinated Presentation Help Credit Analysts Identify Firm Characteristics? Contemporary Accounting Research SSRN Abstract

Libby, R., Rennekamp, K. 2012. Self-Serving Attribution Bias, Overconfidence, and the Issuance of Voluntary Disclosures. Journal of Accounting Research, 50: 197-231

Rennekamp, K. 2012. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability. Journal of Accounting Research, 50: 1319-1354

Bloomfield, R., Rennekamp, K. 2009. Experimental Research in Financial Reporting: From the Laboratory to the Virtual World. Foundations and Trends in Accounting Research, 3: 135-221

Presentations

Rennekamp, K. 2013. Does Highlighting Concrete Language in Disclosures Mitigate Home Bias?, Cornell University, Ithaca.

Rennekamp, K. 2013. Does Highlighting Concrete Language in Disclosures Mitigate Home Bias?, Indiana University, Bloomington.

Rennekamp, K. 2011. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.

Rennekamp, K. 2011. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.

Rennekamp, K. 2011. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability, University of Chicago, Chicago.

Rennekamp, K. 2011. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability, University of Iowa, Iowa City.

Rennekamp, K. 2011. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability, University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Amherst.

Rennekamp, K. 2011. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

Rennekamp, K. 2011. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability, University of Texas at Austin, Austin.

Rennekamp, K. 2011. Processing Fluency and Investors' Reactions to Disclosure Readability, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign.

 

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