Harry Newman, a professor of accounting and taxation, holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Toronto and a master's and PhD from Northwestern University. He has received fellowships from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and from both of his degree-awarding institutions.
Influence of TARP Regulations on Executive Compensation Plans and Corporate Governance of "Exceptional Assistance" Recipients (with J. Bannister and E. Peng)International Journal of Disclosure & Governance, Volume 9, No. 4 2012: 285-300.
Tests for Relative Performance Evaluation Based on Assumptions Derived From Proxy Statement Disclosures (with J. Bannister and J. Weintrop) Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting (August, 2011).
Temporal Changes in the Choice of Financial Performance Metrics in Executive Compensation (with J. Bannister and M. Cho) Journal of Business and Economic Studies, Volume 16, No. 1, Spring 2010.
Disclosure Biases in Proxy Performance Graphs: The Influence of Performance and Compensation Committee Composition (with J. Bannister) Review of Accounting and Finance, Volume 5, No. 1 2006: 30-44.
Analysis of Corporate Disclosures on Relative Performance Evaluation (with J. Bannister) Accounting Horizons, September 2003: 235-246.
Managing Pro forma Stock Option Expense under SFAS 123 (with H. Mozes and S. Balsam) Accounting Horizons, March 2003: 31-45.
The Impact of Ownership Structure on the Structure of Compensation Committees,Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, June/July 2000: 653-678.
Does the Composition of the Compensation Committee Influence CEO Compensation Practices? (with H. Mozes), Financial Management, Autumn 1999: 41-53.
Cross-Sectional Differences in Corporate Compensation Structures (with J. Bannister),Journal of Managerial Issues, Summer 1998: 223-239.
Do Financial Analysts Decompose Past Earnings when Making Future Earnings Forecasts? (with J. Bannister), Managerial Finance, Volume 24, No. 6 1998: 10-23.
Accrual Usage to Manage Earnings Toward Financial Analysts' Forecasts (with J. Bannister), Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, November 1996: 259-278.
Protect Your Company's Earnings Forecasts from Litigation (with J. Bannister and P. Chalos), Management Accounting, March 1995: 32-35.
Management Earnings Forecasts, Earnings Management, and Legal Liability (with J. Bannister), in S.A. Butler (ed.), Asset Valuation. Norman Oklahoma: Center for Economic and Management Research, University of Oklahoma, 1994: 1-21.
Negligence Versus Strict Liability in a Principal-Agent Model (with D. Wright), Journal of Economics and Business, November 1992: 265-281.
The Influence of Accounting-Based Bonus Plans on Resource Allocation Decisions,Journal of Managerial Issues, Summer 1991: 156-174.
The Use of Employment Contracts for Reducing the Likelihood of Tanker Spills in the Oil and Gas Industry (with D. Wright), Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal, Spring 1991: 91-104. A reprint of an edited version of the article entitled, "Reducing the Likelihood of Tanker Spills: Employment Contracts" appears in Oil and Gas Law and Taxation Review, Fall/Winter 1991: 215-219.
Strict Liability in a Principal-Agent Model (with D. Wright), International Review of Law and Economics, December 1990: 219-231.
Selection of Short-Term Accounting-Based Bonus Plans, The Accounting Review, October 1989: 758-772.
Agency Control Mechanism Effectiveness and Decision Making in an Executive's Final Year with a Firm (with S. Butler), Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, September 1989: 451-464.
An Analysis of the Stock Price Reaction to Sudden Executive Deaths: Implications for the Managerial Labor Market (with W.B. Johnson, R.P. Magee, and N.J. Nagarajan),Journal of Accounting and Economics, April 1985: 151-174.