Assistant Professor of Accounting
Office: 378 Business Building
Member of Faculty Since: 2010
Professor Green does empirical research focused on investors' use of accounting information. He studies institutional investors with a focus on hedge funds, the business press, and trading strategies.
Financial statement analysis, institutional investors' use of accounting information, hedge funds, business press
Jeremiah Green, John Hand, Frank Zhang, "The Supraview of Return Predictive Signals", Review of Accounting Studies, Forthcoming.
Greg Brown, Jeremiah Green, John R.M. Hand, "Are Hedge Funds Systemically Important", Journal of Derivatives, 20:2, pp.8-25.
Jeremiah Green, John R.M. Hand, Mark Soliman, "Going, going, gone? The apparent demise of the accruals anomaly", Management Science, 55:5, pp. 797-861.
John R.M. Hand, Jeremiah Green, "The importance of accounting information in portfolio optimization", Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, 26:1, pp.1-34.
Jeremiah Green, John R.M. Hand, Michael Penn, "The Bad News Dissemination Bias in the Business Press", Working paper, -, -.
Charles Cao, Jeremiah Green, Jiahan Li, "Is the Equity Market Getting Crowded? Hedge Fund Holdings and the Adaptive Market Hypothesis", Working paper, -, -.
Jeremiah Green, John Hand, Frank Zhang, "The Remarkable Multidimensionality in the Cross-Section of Expected U.S. Stock Returns", Working paper, -, -.
UNC Chapel Hill,
ACCTG 881, Financial Statement Analysis