|Semester||Spring Semester, 2020|
|Department||MA Program of Accounting, First Year PhD Program of Accounting, First Year Department of Accounting Master's Program in Revenue, First Year MA Program of Accounting, Second Year PhD Program of Accounting, Second Year Department of Accounting Master's Program in Revenue, Second Year|
|Course Name||The Methodology of Accounting Research|
* This schedule is temporary and subject to change.
Deadline for the SAS replication
Date: June 16 (Tuesday)
Submission: via e-mail (email@example.com)
(1) Replicated tables and figures (Word format)
(2) Brief interpretation of your replicated tables and figures (Word format)
(3) SAS code (SAS file)
- please make a note so that I can clearly understand your code
If you cannot construct a variable because of the data unavailability (i.e., unsubscribed by the school), then make a note.
|Textbook & Reference|
Course materials will be distributed.
Gow, I. D., D. F. Larcker, and P. C. Reiss. 2016. Causal Inference in Accounting Research. Journal of Accounting Research 54 (2): 477–523.
Larcker, D. F., and T. O. Rusticus. 2010. On the use of instrumental variables in accounting research. Journal of Accounting and Economics 49 (3): 186–205.
Lennox, C. S., J. R. Francis, and Z. Wang. 2012. Selection Models in Accounting Research. The Accounting Review 87 (2): 589–616.
Shipman, J. E., Q. T. Swanquist, and R. L. Whited. 2017. Propensity score matching in accounting research. Accounting Review 92 (1): 213–244.
Thompson, S. B. 2011. Simple formulas for standard errors that cluster by both firm and time. Journal of Financial Economics 99 (1): 1–10.
The Little SAS Book
|Urls about Course|
Syllabus_The Methodology of Accounting Research.pdf