Selected Published Journal Articles
Linsmeier, T. (2016). A Revised Model for Presentation in the Statement(s) of Financial Performance: Implications for the Measurement Chapter of the Conceptual Framework. Accounting Horizons (30), 485-498.
Blankespoor, E. & Petroni, K. & Linsmeier, T. & Shakespeare, C. (2013). Fair Value Accounting for Financial Instruments: Does it improve the association between Bank Leverage and Credit Risk?. The Accounting Review (88), 1143-1177.
Linsmeier, T. (2013). A Standard Setter's Framework for Selecting between Fair Value and Historical Cost Measurement Attributes: A Basis for Discussion of "Does fair value accounting for nonfinancial assets pass the market test?. Review of Accounting Studies (18), 776-782.
Leisenring, J. & Linsmeier, T. & Schipper, K. & Trott, E. (2012). Business-model (Intent)-based Accounting. Accounting and Business Research (42), 329-344.
Linsmeier, T. (2011). Financial Reporting and Financial Crises: The Case for Measuring Financial Instruments at Fair Value in the Financial Statements. Accounting Horizons (25), 409-417.
Chambers, D. & Linsmeier, T. & Shakespeare, C. & Sougiannis, T. (2007). An Evaluation of SFAS No. 130 Comprehensive Income Disclosures. Review of Accounting Studies (12), 557-593.
Linsmeier, T. & Carroll, T. (2004). The Effects of Accounting Regulation on Tax Credit Utilization Propensity. Research in Accounting Regulation (17), 39-65.
Carroll, T. & Linsmeier, T. & Petroni, K. (2003). Fair Value vs. Historical Cost Accounting: Evidence from Closed-End Mutual Funds. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (2003), 1-23.
Linsmeier, T. & Thornton, D. & Venkatachalam, M. & Welker, M. (2002). The Effect of Mandated Market Risk Disclosures on Trading Volume Sensitivity to Interest Rate, Exchange Rate, and Commodity Price Movements. The Accounting Review (2002), 343-377.
Dietrich, R. & Kachelmeier, S. & Kleinmuntz, D. & Linsmeier, T. (2001). Market Efficiency, Bounded Rationality, and Supplemental Business Reporting Disclosures. Journal of Accounting Research (2001), 243-268.
Linsmeier, T. & Pearson, N. (2000). Value at Risk. Financial Analysts Journal (2000), 47-67.
Elmy, F. & LeGuyader, L. & Linsmeier, T. (1998). Review of Initial Filings under SEC Market Risk Disclosure Rules. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance (1998), 33-45.
Linsmeier, T. & Pearson, N. (1997). Quantitative Disclosures of Market Risk in the SEC Release. Accounting Horizons (1997), 107-135.
Balakrishnan, R. & Linsmeier, T. & Venkatachalam, M. (1996). Financial Benefits from JIT Adoption: Effects of Customer Concentration and Cost Structure. The Accounting Review (1996), 183-205.
Linsmeier, T. (1996). The Securities and Exchange Commission: Research, Teaching and Career Opportunities. Accounting Horizons (1996), 130-136.
Linsmeier, T. & Lobo, G. & Kanaan, G. (1995). Dispersion in Industry Price Changes and the Relative Association Between Alternative Income Measures and Security Returns. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (1995), 365-382.
Linsmeier, T. & Lobo, G. (1994). Cross-Sectional Differences in the Association Between Alternate Income Measures and Market Returns: The Case of Rate Regulated vs. Unregulated Firms. Asset Valuation (1994)
Wasley, C. & Linsmeier, T. (1992). A Further Examination of the Economic Consequences of SFAS No. 2. Journal of Accounting Research (1992), 156-164.
Lobo, G. & Linsmeier, T. (1992). Tax Planning, Earnings Management and the Differential Information Content of Bank Earnings Components. The Accounting Review (1992), 546-562.
Linsmeier, T. & Nair, R. & Weygandt, J. (1988). U.K. Tax Legislation and the Switch to the Liability Method for Income Taxes. Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting (1988), 335-351.
Biggs, S. & Bedard, J. & Gaber, B. & Linsmeier, T. (1985). The Effect of Task Size and Similarity on the Decision Behavior of Bank Loan Officers. Management Science (1985), 970-987.