Siew Hong Teoh
Lee and Seymour Graff Endowed Professor; Professor of Accounting
Siew Hong Teoh studies how the content, form of presentation and timing of disclosure of accounting information affect firm values, manager and investor behavior and economic welfare. Her current research introduces the visual attention hypothesis: that visuals in firm earnings announcements increase investor attention to earnings news. She and her colleagues find that when visuals attract investor attention to a firm’s earnings announcements on Twitter, investors respond more strongly to the information in valuing the firm
Trustworthy and dominant-seeming men: access to corporate management. Dominant-seeming women: not so much.
R&D outlays and patents alone don’t effectively measure corporate creativity
Stocks don’t react to news immediately because, well, we’re human
Not part of financial reporting, trademark activity predicts stock returns
An innovative upside to overvalued stocks?