Accounting Theory - Analytical Models eJournal
Editors: Jeremy Bertomeu and Anne Beyer
Northwestern University and Stanford University

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts of theoretical papers using economic models to examine questions relevant to all fields of accounting including auditing, financial accounting, managerial accounting, corporate governance and tax. Relevant topics include, among others: models of audits and their pricing, models of corporate disclosure strategies and their role in capital markets and contracts with external parties, models of the role of accounting and its effects within the organization, models of the impact of taxes on corporate decisions.

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Editors: Jeremy Bertomeu and Anne Beyer
Northwestern University and Stanford University


Tim Baldenius

Sunil Dutta

Ronald A. Dye

Jonathan C. Glover

Eva Labro

Madhav V. Rajan

Haresh Sapra

Igor Vaysman

Alfred Wagenhofer