"Stock Prices and Earnings: A History of Research" (2014) with Patricia Dechow and
Richard Sloan, Annual Review of Financial Economics.
Pricing of Mandatory DCF Disclosures: Evidence from Oil and Gas Royalty Trusts" (2015) with Panos Patatoukas and Richard
Sloan, The Accounting Review.
"Modeling Receivables and Deferred Revenues to
Detect Revenue Management" (forthcoming), Abacus (Special Issue on Earnings Management).
"Determinants of Seeking Strategic Alternatives and Target Selection in M&A" (2017), Washington Area
Research Conference paper 2017 and AAA Annual Meeting
Consequences of Announcing Strategic Alternatives" (2017), SSRN working paper which is based on my job market paper.
Measuring and Modeling Accruals: A Guide for Researchers" (2017) with Chad Larson and Richard Sloan, RAST
Conference paper 2017.
Research interests: mergers and acquisitions, voluntary disclosure,
managerial estimates, accounting choices and accruals.
Jenny is an Assistant Professor at the George Washington University School of Business. Her
research examines financial accounting and disclosure choices made by corporations and their effects on the stock market and
market for corporate control.
Jenny graduated with a PhD in Business Administration in 2016 from the Haas School of Business
at UC Berkeley and is a Deloitte Foundation doctoral fellow. Her UC Berkeley
dissertation explores why certain companies voluntarily announce that they are seeking strategic alternatives, and documents
the costs and benefits associated with the announcement. Her dissertation is titled, "Voluntary Disclosure of Strategic Alternatives: A Cost-Benefit Analysis" (2016). Link
to Berkeley, she worked in the audit and forensic groups at KPMG in Los Angeles, CA, and obtained her CPA. She also has experience
in the mutual fund and hedge fund industries with US Bank and Dorchester Capital. She earned her Bachelor's degrees from the University of Southern California in Accounting and Business
In her spare time, Jenny enjoys snorkeling, ice skating, skiing, and yoga.