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Richard R. Mendenhall
Richard R. Mendenhall
Professor of Finance, University of Notre Dame
Verified email at nd.edu
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New evidence on stock price effects associated with changes in the S&P 500 index
AW Lynch, RR Mendenhall
The Journal of Business 70 (3), 351-383, 1997
8411997
Comparing the post–earnings announcement drift for surprises calculated from analyst and time series forecasts
J Livnat, RR Mendenhall
Journal of accounting research 44 (1), 177-205, 2006
7682006
Arbitrage risk and post‐earnings‐announcement drift
RR Mendenhall
The Journal of Business 77 (4), 875-894, 2004
5552004
Evidence on the possible underweighting of earnings-related information
RR Mendenhall
Journal of Accounting Research 29 (1), 170-179, 1991
5281991
Earnings expectations, investor trade size, and anomalous returns around earnings announcements
RH Battalio, RR Mendenhall
Journal of Financial economics 77 (2), 289-319, 2005
3632005
Bad news and differential market reactions to announcements of earlier-quarters versus fourth-quarter earnings
RR Mendenhall, WD Nichols
Journal of Accounting Research, 63-86, 1988
2321988
Forecasts of earnings per share: Possible sources of analyst superiority and bias
J AFFLECK‐GRAVES, LR Davis, RR Mendenhall
Contemporary Accounting Research 6 (2), 501-517, 1990
1381990
The relation between the Value Line enigma and post-earnings-announcement drift
J Affleck-Graves, RR Mendenhall
Journal of Financial Economics 31 (1), 75-96, 1992
1331992
Option listing and the stock-price response to earnings announcements
RR Mendenhall, DH Fehrs
Journal of Accounting and Economics 27 (1), 57-87, 1999
791999
The high-volume return premium and post-earnings announcement drift
A Lerman, J Livnat, RR Mendenhall
Available at SSRN 1122463, 2008
622008
Who, if anyone, reacts to accrual information?
RH Battalio, A Lerman, J Livnat, RR Mendenhall
Journal of Accounting and Economics 53 (1-2), 205-224, 2012
592012
How Na´ve Is the Market’s Use of Firm‐Specific Earnings Information?
RR Mendenhall
Journal of Accounting Research 40 (3), 841-863, 2002
442002
Post‐Earnings Announcement Drift: Bounds on Profitability for the Marginal Investor
RH Battalio, RR Mendenhall
Financial Review 46 (4), 513-539, 2011
362011
Double surprise into higher future returns
A Lerman, J Livnat, RR Mendenhall
Financial Analysts Journal 63 (4), 63-71, 2007
262007
Post-earnings announcement drift: Timing and liquidity costs
RH Battalio, RR Mendenhall
Available at SSRN 937257, 2007
242007
Evidence of informed trading prior to earnings announcements
J Affleck-Graves, RH Jennings, RR Mendenhall
NYU Working Paper No. FIN-94-001, 1995
131995
Naive investors, earnings announcements, and stock price movements
RR Mendenhall
NYU Working Paper No. FIN-94-047, 1995
51995
Implementing the Earnings Surprise Strategy
B McDonald, RR Mendenhall
Available at SSRN 1393403, 2009
42009
Option listing, information production and the stock price response to earnings announcements
DH Fehrs, RR Mendenhall
NYU Working Paper No. FIN-94-030, 1994
31994
Earnings Surprises and the Options Market
DH Fehrs, RR Mendenhall
NYU Working Paper No. FIN-94-031, 1994
11994
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