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Mirko Heinle
Mirko Heinle
Professor of Accounting, University of Pennsylvania
Verified email at wharton.upenn.edu
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The real costs of financial efficiency when some information is soft
A Edmans, MS Heinle, C Huang
Review of Finance 20 (6), 2151-2182, 2016
130*2016
Taste, information, and asset prices: Implications for the valuation of CSR
HL Friedman, MS Heinle
Review of Accounting Studies 21 (3), 740-767, 2016
1062016
A theory of risk disclosure
MS Heinle, KC Smith
Review of Accounting Studies 22 (4), 1459-1491, 2017
922017
A theory of participative budgeting
MS Heinle, N Ross, RE Saouma
The Accounting Review 89 (3), 1025-1050, 2014
732014
Bias and the Commitment to Disclosure
MS Heinle, RE Verrecchia
Management Science 62 (10), 2859-2870, 2016
66*2016
Identity, Incentives, and the Value of Information
M Heinle, C Hofmann, A Kunz
The Accounting Review, 2012
54*2012
Risk-factor disclosure and asset prices
MS Heinle, KC Smith, RE Verrecchia
The Accounting Review 93 (2), 191-208, 2018
372018
Proprietary costs and disclosure substitution: Theory and empirical evidence
MS Heinle, D Samuels, DJ Taylor
Available at SSRN 3173664, 2018
362018
Lobbying and uniform disclosure regulation
HL Friedman, MS Heinle
Journal of Accounting Research, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.11, 2015
30*2015
Soft information and the stewardship value of accounting disclosure
MS Heinle, C Hofmann
Or Spectrum 33 (2), 333-358, 2011
272011
Beliefs-driven price association
PE Fischer, MS Heinle, RE Verrecchia
Journal of Accounting and Economics 61 (2-3), 563-583, 2016
13*2016
Investor horizon and disclosure policies
B Cadman, M Heinle, D Macciocchi
Working paper, University of Utah, 2019
10*2019
Influence activities, coalitions, and uniform policies: Implications for the regulation of financial institutions
HL Friedman, MS Heinle
Management Science 66 (9), 4336-4358, 2020
8*2020
A theory of rational investment screens
PE Fischer, MS Heinle
Available at SSRN 3644532, 2020
62020
Multistage capital budgeting with delayed consumption of slack
S Baiman, MS Heinle, R Saouma
Management Science 59 (4), 869-881, 2013
62013
Interested investors and intermediaries: When do esg concerns lead to esg performance?
HL Friedman, MS Heinle
Jacobs Levy Equity Management Center for Quantitative Financial Research Paper, 2021
52021
Idiosyncratic risk, systematic risk, and firm welfare
M Heinle, RE Verrecchia
Unpublished paper, University of Pennsylvania, 2012
52012
Disclosure Substitution
MS Heinle, D Samuels, DJ Taylor
Management Science, forthcoming, 2022
22022
A theoretical framework for environmental and social impact reporting
HL Friedman, MS Heinle, IM Luneva
Available at SSRN, 2021
22021
Allocating resources with nonmonotonic returns
S Baiman, MS Heinle, R Saouma
Management Science 67 (5), 3239-3253, 2021
2*2021
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