Professor, Department Chair, and William J. von Minden Chair in Accounting
Professor Palmon’s interests include financial reporting, general accounting theory, and corporate finance. He has published in a number of journals including The Accounting Review, the Journal of Accounting Research, the Journal of Business, and the Journal of Banking and Finance. He has served as director, chair of the audit committee, and a member of the investment pension committee for several large companies. He is also the William J. von Minden Chair in Accounting.
Some of his publications can be found at the Social Science Electronic Publishing website.
Ph.D., New York University; Accounting and Finance
Publications with PhD Students and Alumni:
"The Accrual Anomaly and Company Size" Financial Analysts Journal, September/October 2008 (Dan Palmon, Fred Sudit and Ari Yezegel).
"Performance of Analyst Recommendations in the Istanbul Stock Exchange", Finance Letters, forthcoming (Oral Erdogan, Dan Palmon and Ari Yezegel).
"Changing Buisness Environment and the Value Relevance of Accounting", Advances in Quantitative Analysis of Finance and Accounting, forthcoming Volume 7 (Virginia Cortijo, Dan Palmon and Ari Yezegel).
Book: Understanding Auditor-Client Relationships: A Multi-Faceted Analysis (with G. Kleinman), Marcus Weiner Publications (2001).
"The International Implications of US Research on Going Concern Opinions,"(with A. Anandarajan, L. Goodman and G. Kleinman), ICFAIJournal of Accounting Research, Vol. III, No. 1, (January 2004). 33-57.
Kleinman, Gary, Dan Palmon, and Picheng Lee. 2003. "The Effects of Personal and Group Level Factors on the Outcomes of Simulated Auditor and Client Teams." Group Decision and Negotiation 12, no. 1 (January).
"Investors' Expectations and the Corporate Information Disclosure Gap: A Perspective" (with A. Anandarajan and G. Kleinman), Research in Accounting Regulation, JAI Press, Vol. 14 (2000).
"The Auditor-Client Negotiation Game" (with G. Kleinman), Journal of Accounting Case Research, Vol. 5, No. 2 (July 2000).
"A Negotiation-Oriented Model of Auditor-Client Relationships" (with G. Kleinman), Group Decisions and Negotiations, The Institute of Management Sciences Journal, Vol. 9, No. 1 (January 2000): 17-45.
"Auditor Independence: A Synthesis of Theory and Empirical Research" (with G. Kleinman and A. Anandarajan), Research in Accounting Regulation, JAI Press, Vol. 12 (1998): 3-42.
Name: Chen, Yifei
Graduation Date: 2020/May
Name: Xu, Ke
Graduation Date: 2017/May
Thesis Title: Value of Conference Calls: Content and Timing
Name: Mason, Stephania
Graduation Date: 2015/October
Thesis Title: Say on Pay: Is Anybody Listening?
Name: Lee, Changhee
Graduation Date: 2014/October
Thesis Title: A Close Look on the Impact and Performance of Financial Analysts
Name: Son, Dong Hyun
Graduation Date: 2014/May
Thesis Title: Three Essays on Financial Analysts
Name: Bloch, Rebecca
Graduation Date: 2014/January
Thesis Title: Assessing the Impact of GASB 34: The Post GASB Statement 34 Regime
Name: Boyas, Elise
Graduation Date: 1991/January
Thesis Title: Indentification and Examination of Factors Behind Corporate In-Substance Defeasance of Debt
Name: Callen, Mindy
Graduation Date: 1999/January
Thesis Title: Time Series Tests of the Ohlson Model
Name: Coville, Timothy
Graduation Date: 2008/October
Thesis Title: SOX Generated Changes in Board Composition: Have They Mattered?
Name: El-Hashash, Hadeya
Graduation Date: 1993/May
Thesis Title: The Association Between Firm Characteristics and Executive Compensation Schemes and the Effect of Adoption of Such Schemes on Firm Performance
Name: Hossain, Mohammed (David)
Graduation Date: 2003/October
Thesis Title: Triocracy and the Dynamics of Standard Setting: A Comparative Study of FASB's Deliberation Process on SFAS No. 133
Name: Kang, Pyung Kyung
Graduation Date: 2011/May
Thesis Title: The Impact of the Financial Press on Accruals Anomaly and Earnings Management
Name: Yezegel, Ari
Graduation Date: 2009/May
Thesis Title: Three Essays on Stock Recommendations