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Musa Subasi

Musa Subasi

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., University of Texas at Dallas

  • Accounting and Information Assurance

  • Musa Subasi, PhD, Assistant Professor of Accounting and Information Assurance, joined the Smith School in 2015. He earned a master’s degree in economics from the University of Texas at Austin and a PhD in accounting from the University of Texas at Dallas. Prior to joining the Smith School, Subasi was a faculty member at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He has taught undergraduate intermediate accounting classes. His research interests include economic consequences of investor conferences and institutional/individual trading activity around various corporate events. His research has been published in leading journals, including the Journal of Accounting Research, the Journal of Accounting and Economics and the Journal of Financial Economics. 


    Broker-hosted investor conferences (with C. Green, R. Jame, and S. Markov), 2014, Journal of Accounting and Economics 58, 142-166.

    Are trade size based inferences about traders reliable? Evidence from institutional earnings related trading (with W. Cready and A. Kumas), 2014, Journal of Accounting Research 52, 877-909.

    Access to management and the informativeness of analyst research (with C. Green, R. Jame, and S. Markov), 2014, Journal of Financial Economics 114, 239-255.

    Determinants and consequences of information processing delay: Evidence from Thomson Reuters' Institutional Brokers' Estimate System (with F. Akbas, S. Markov, and E. Weisbrod), 2018, Journal of Financial Economics 127, 366-388.

    An Empirical Analysis of Analysts' Capital Expenditure Forecasts: Evidence from Corporate Investment Efficiency (with J. Choi, R. Hann, and Y. Zheng), 2020, Contemporary Accounting Research 37, 2615-2648.

    Investor conferences, stock liquidity, and firm performance (with P. Brockman and C. Uzmanoglu), 2017, The Financial Review 52,661-699. Recipient of the Financial Review Readers' Choice Best Paper Award in 2017

    Analyst tipping: Additional evidence (with S. Markov and V. Muslu), 2017, Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 44, 94-115.

    One of the primary data sources for our research is the Alpha Vantage Open-Access Stock API.


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