Lorien Stice-Lawrence

Assistant Professor of Accounting
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Ph.D., Accounting, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2017, B.S., Economics, Brigham Young University (summa cum laude), 2011, Minors: Business Administration, French, Arabic

Lorien received a Ph.D. in accounting from the University of North Carolina and a B.S. in Economics from Brigham Young University. She conducts research which examines written communication of financial information through corporate filings and disclosures using linguistics-based research methodologies, as well as research on the intersection of accounting and emerging technologies more broadly. Lorien has presented her research at many conferences in her field and has published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics, the Journal of Accounting Research, and Management Science. Her work has been cited in Bloomberg, CFO Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal.
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Jung Koo Kang, Lorien Stice-Lawrence, Forester Wong () "The Firm Next Door: Using Satellite Images to Study Local Information Advantage ,"  Journal of Accounting Research.
Eva Labro, Lorien Stice-Lawrence () "Updating Accounting Systems: Longitudinal Evidence from the Healthcare Sector ,"  Management Science  66, 5485-6064.
Travis Dyer, Mark Lang, Lorien Stice-Lawrence () "The Evolution of 10-K Textual Disclosure: Evidence from Latent Dirichlet Allocation ,"  Journal of Accounting and Economics  64.
Travis Dyer, Mark Lang, Lorien Stice-Lawrence () "Discussion of 10-K Disclosure Repetition and Managerial Reporting Incentives: What Have We Learned and Where Do We Go with Textual Research? ,"  Journal of Financial Reporting  2, 133-138.
Travis Dyer, Mark Lang, Lorien Stice-Lawrence () "Do Managers Really Guide Through the Fog? On the Challenges in Assessing the Causes of Voluntary Disclosure ,"  Journal of Accounting and Economics  62, 270-276.
Mark Lang, Lorien Stice-Lawrence () "Textual Analysis and International Financial Reporting: Large Sample Evidence ,"  Journal of Accounting and Economics  60, 110-135.