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Artur Hugon

Artur Hugon

Assistant Professor
School of Accountancy

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Office:BA 267F
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PO BOX 873606
Tempe, AZ 85287-3606

Phone: 310-951-2313
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Education:

Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2004.
M. Acc., Miami University, 1993.
B.S., Miami University, 1991.

Research Areas:

Voluntary disclosure; analyst research; equity valuation.

Publications:

"Brokerage Industry Self-Regulation: The Case of Analysts' Background Disclosures" with L. Brown and H. Lu. Contemporary Accounting Research (Winter 2010)

"Market Demand for Conservative Analysts" with V. Muslu. Journal of Accounting & Economics (May 2010).

"Team Earnings Forecasting" with L. Brown. Review of Accounting Studies (December 2009).

"Investor Reaction to Celebrity Analysts: The Case of Earnings Forecast Revisions" with S. Bonner and B. Walther. Journal of Accounting Research (June 2007).

Working Papers:

“Analysts, Macro-economic News, and the Benefit of In-house Macroeconomists” with Alok Kumar and An-Ping Lin, 2013.

“Does Earnings Guidance Quality Impact Investment Efficiency?” with Kelly Huang, 2013.

“Do Investors Grade Earnings Performance ‘On a Curve’? with Kelly Huang and Yen-Jung Lee, 2013.

“Management Earnings Forecasts and Macroeconomic News” with An-Ping Lin 2013.

“Insiders’ Information Advantage and Their Rule 10b5-1 Sell Trades” with Yen-Jung Lee, 2013.

“Do Quarterly Earnings Estimates Misguide Investors’ Earnings Expectations?” with K. C. Lin, 2012.

“How Informative is Management Earnings Guidance Relative to that of Analysts?” with Matt Hart, 2012.

Ad Hoc Reviewer:

Accounting Horizons, Advances in Accounting, FARS Midyear Meeting, Financial Economics and Accounting Conference, Financial Management, International Journal of Forecasting, Journal of Accounting & Economics, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Journal of International Accounting Research, Management Science, The Accounting Review.

Academic Positions Held:

Arizona State University: 2008-present.
Previous appointment: Georgia State University, 2004-2008.

Selected Professional and Teaching Awards:

Beta Alpha Psi Outstanding Accounting Professor, 2004; Pickford Foundation Doctoral Teaching Award, 2001; Deloitte & Touche Foundation Doctoral Fellowship, 2001-2003.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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ACC 591 - Seminar
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ACC 791 - Seminar
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ACC 792 - Research
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