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David Veenman

Research Fellow

University of Amsterdam
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List of publications

Gassen, J., Skaife, H. and Veenman, D. (2020). Illiquidity and the Measurement of Stock Price Synchronicity Contemporary Accounting Research, 37(1):419--456.

Veenman, D. and Verwijmeren, P. (2018). Do Investors Fully Unravel Persistent Pessimism in Analysts’ Earnings Forecasts? The Accounting Review, 93(3):349--377.

Leung, E. and Veenman, D. (2018). Non-GAAP Earnings Disclosure in Loss Firms Journal of Accounting Research, 56(4):1083--1137.

Bissessur, S. and Veenman, D. (2016). Analyst Information Precision and Small Earnings Surprises Review of Accounting Studies, 21(4):1327--1360.

Goncharov, I. and Veenman, D. (2014). Stale and Scale Effects in Markets-Based Accounting Research: Evidence from the Valuation of Dividends European Accounting Review, 23(1):25--55.

Veenman, D. (2013). Do Managers Trade on Public or Private Information? Evidence from Fundamental Valuations European Accounting Review, 22(3):427--465.

Impink, J., Lubberink, M., van Praag, B. and Veenman, D. (2012). Did Accelerated Filing Requirements and Sox Section 404 Affect the Timeliness of 10-K Filings? Review of Accounting Studies, 17(2):227--253.

Veenman, D. (2012). Disclosures of Insider Purchases and the Valuation Implications of Past Earnings Signals The Accounting Review, 87(1):313--342.

Cahan, S., Zhang, W. and Veenman, D. (2011). Did the waste management audit failures signal lower firm-wide audit quality at Arthur Andersen? Contemporary Accounting Research, 28(3):859--891.

Veenman, D., Hodgson, A., van Praag, B. and Zhang, W. (2011). Decomposing executive stock option exercises: relative information and incentives to manage earnings Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 38(5/6):536--573.