Thomas Linsmeier
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Value at risk
TJ Linsmeier, ND Pearson
Financial Analysts Journal 56 (2), 47-67, 2000
883*2000
Financial reporting and financial crises: The case for measuring financial instruments at fair value in the financial statements
TJ Linsmeier
Accounting horizons 25 (2), 409-417, 2011
620*2011
Financial benefits from JIT adoption: Effects of customer concentration and cost structure
R Balakrishnan, TJ Linsmeier, M Venkatachalam
Accounting Review, 183-205, 1996
4401996
An evaluation of SFAS No. 130 comprehensive income disclosures
D Chambers, TJ Linsmeier, C Shakespeare, T Sougiannis
Review of accounting studies 12 (4), 557-593, 2007
4172007
Risk measurement: An introduction to value at risk
TJ Linsmeier, ND Pearson
3871996
The effect of mandated market risk disclosures on trading volume sensitivity to interest rate, exchange rate, and commodity price movements
TJ Linsmeier, DB Thornton, M Venkatachalam, M Welker
The Accounting Review 77 (2), 343-377, 2002
3082002
The effects of task size and similarity on the decision behavior of bank loan officers
SF Biggs, JC Bedard, BG Gaber, TJ Linsmeier
Management Science 31 (8), 970-987, 1985
2481985
The reliability of fair value versus historical cost information: Evidence from closed-end mutual funds
TJ Carroll, TJ Linsmeier, KR Petroni
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance 18 (1), 1-24, 2003
2142003
The reliability of fair value versus historical cost information: Evidence from closed-end mutual funds
TJ Carroll, TJ Linsmeier, KR Petroni
Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance 18 (1), 1-24, 2003
2142003
Market efficiency, bounded rationality, and supplemental business reporting disclosures
JR Dietrich, SJ Kachelmeier, DN Kleinmuntz, TJ Linsmeier
Journal of Accounting Research 39 (2), 243-268, 2001
1862001
Fair value accounting for financial instruments: Does it improve the association between bank leverage and credit risk?
E Blankespoor, TJ Linsmeier, KR Petroni, C Shakespeare
The Accounting Review 88 (4), 1143-1177, 2013
1802013
Quantitative disclosures of market risk in the SEC release
TJ Linsmeier, ND Pearson
Accounting Horizons 11 (1), 107, 1997
1451997
Tax planning, earnings management, and the differential information content of bank earnings components
TD Warfield, TJ Linsmeier
Accounting Review, 546-562, 1992
1221992
An issues paper on comprehensive income
TJ Linsmeier, J Gribble, RG Jennings, MH Lang
Accounting horizons 11 (2), 120, 1997
1011997
Business-model (intent)-based accounting
J Leisenring, T Linsmeier, K Schipper, E Trott
Accounting and Business Research 42 (3), 329-344, 2012
742012
Moving the conceptual framework forward: Accounting for uncertainty
R Barker, S Penman, TJ Linsmeier, S Cooper
Contemporary Accounting Research 37 (1), 322-357, 2020
572020
A review of initial filings under the SEC's new market risk disclosure rules
FJ Elmy, LP LeGuyader, TJ Linsmeier
Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance 9 (4), 33-45, 1998
541998
A further examination of the economic consequences of SFAS No. 2
CE Wasley, TJ Linsmeier
Journal of Accounting Research 30 (1), 156-164, 1992
441992
A Standard setter’s framework for selecting between fair value and historical cost measurement attributes: a basis for discussion of “Does fair value accounting for …
TJ Linsmeier
Review of Accounting Studies 18 (3), 776-782, 2013
402013
Revised model for presentation in statement (s) of financial performance: Potential implications for measurement in the conceptual framework
TJ Linsmeier
Accounting Horizons 30 (4), 485-498, 2016
392016
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