Juan Manuel Sanchez, Ph.D.
Associate Professor - Accounting
Education: Ph.D. University of Texas at San Antonio
Area of Expertise: Firm Valuation, Corporate Governance, Executive Compensation, Sustainability, Business Value of IT
Room Number: W355
About Juan Manuel Sanchez
Juan Manuel Sanchez is an Associate Professor of Accounting at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. His research interests include firm valuation, corporate governance, executive compensation, sustainability, and business value of information technology. Among others, he has published articles in leading accounting and finance journal, such as the The Accounting Review, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance and the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. You can view Juan Manuel Sanchez' research through his SSRN Author page: http://ssrn.com/author=397223 (Or click "Read More" below).
- “Forecasting without Consequence? Evidence on the Properties of Retiring CEOs’ Forecasts of Future Earnings” The Accounting Review (88:6), 2013, pp. 1909-1937(with Cory Cassell, Shawn Huang)
- “Seeking Safety: The Relation between CEO Inside Debt Holdings and the Riskiness of Firm Investment and Financial Policies” Journal of Financial Economics (103:3), 2012, pp. 588-610 (with Cory Cassell, Shawn Huang and Mike Stuart)
- “Special Items: A Descriptive Analysis” Accounting Horizons (25:3), 2011, pp. 511-536 (with Peter M. Johnson and Thomas Lopez)
- “Examining the Potential Benefits of Internal Control Monitoring Technology” The Accounting Review (85:3), 2010, pp. 1001-1034(with Adi Masli, Vernon Richardson and Gary Peters)
- “Layoffs and CEO Compensation: Does CEO Power Influence the Relationship?” The Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (25:4), 2010, pp. 673-707 (with Charlene Henderson, Adi Masli, and Vernon Richardson)
- “Social Responsibility and Corporate Reputation: The case of the Arthur Andersen Enron Audit Failure” Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (29:2), Mar/Apr 2010, pp. 160-176 (with Cheryl Linthicum and Austin L. Reitenga)
- “Earnings Restatements, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Disciplining of Chief Financial Officers” The Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (24:1), 2009, pp. 1-34 (Lead Article) (with Denton Collins, Adi Masli, and Austin L. Reitenga)