Foundations and Trends® in Accounting

 

Executive Editors

Robert Bushman, UNC Chapel Hill
Sunil Dutta, UC Berkeley
Stephen Penman, Columbia University
Stefan J. Reichelstein, Managing editor, Stanford University
 
Print ISSN: 1554-0642
Online ISSN: 1554-0650
 
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Zac Rolnik

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Volume 10, Issue 2-4 Special Issue on Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research

Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research: Preface

 
Iván Marinovic
Volume 10, Issue 2-4 Special Issue on Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research

Where’s the Rigor When You Need It?

 
Nancy Cartwright
Volume 10, Issue 2-4 Special Issue on Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research

Mostly Useless Econometrics? Assessing the Causal Effect of Econometric Theory

 
John Rust
Volume 10, Issue 2-4 Special Issue on Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research

Just How Sensitive are Instrumental Variable Estimates?

 
Peter C. Reiss
Volume 10, Issue 2-4 Special Issue on Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research

Interpreting Point Predictions: Some Logical Issues

 
Charles F. Manski
Volume 10, Issue 2-4 Special Issue on Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research

From Casual to Causal Inference in Accounting Research: The Need for Theoretical Foundations

 
Jeremy Bertomeu | Anne Beyer | Daniel J. Taylor
Volume 10, Issue 2-4 Special Issue on Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research

Identification with Models and Exogenous Data Variation

 
R. Jay Kahn | Toni M. Whited
Volume 10, Issue 2-4 Special Issue on Causal Inferences in Capital Markets Research

Plausibility: A Fair & Balanced View of 30 Years of Progress in Ecologics

 
Ivo Welch