Mohamed Marghany Shehata

Dr. Mohamed Marghany Shehata

Professor

Accounting & Financial Management Services

Faculty

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BIO

Dr. Mohamed Shehata conducts research in the fields of economics and accounting, using the methodology of experimental economics. He has explored questions such as: what drives insider trading; the effect of cultural values and information asymmetry in the design of audits and incentive systems. He has been publishing in the leading journals of economics (American Economic Review) and accounting (Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Contemporary Accounting Research), amongst others. Dr. Shehata was recently cited as one of the most prolific accounting researchers in Canada in the 1990’s. He is currently investigating the effects of trust in the context of knowledge economies and is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

March 2019

Testing The Efficacy Of Replacing The Incurred Credit Loss Model With The Expected Credit Loss Model

JOURNAL : EUROPEAN ACCOUNTING REVIEW

CONTRIBUTORS: Mohamed Gomaa, Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Mohamed Shehata
September 2015

Exercising Empowerment In An Investment Environment

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL AND EXPERIMENTAL FINANCE

CONTRIBUTORS: Mohamed Gomaa, Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Mohamed Shehata
September 2015

The Convergence Of IFRS And U.S. GAAP: Evidence From The SEC's Removal Of Form 20?F Reconciliations

JOURNAL : ACCOUNTING PERSPECTIVES

CONTRIBUTORS: Stuart Mestelman, Emad Mohammad, Mohamed Shehata
September 2014

Transparency And Empowerment In An Investment Environment

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH

CONTRIBUTORS: Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Sm Khalid Nainar, Mohamed Shehata
March 2010

Trust And Reciprocity With Transparency And Repeated Interactions

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH

CONTRIBUTORS: Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Sm Khalid Nainar, Mohamed Shehata
July 2009

Usefulness Of Comprehensive Income Reporting In Canada

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING AND PUBLIC POLICY

CONTRIBUTORS: Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Robert Mathieu, Mohamed Shehata
June 2009

The Impact Of Social Value Orientation And Risk Attitudes On Trust And Reciprocity

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY

CONTRIBUTORS: Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Khalid Nainar, Mohamed Shehata
2006

Insider Trading, Ethical Attitudes And Culture: An Experimental Market Analysis

JOURNAL : INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS GOVERNANCE AND ETHICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Jc Gaa, Sm Khalid Nainar, Mohamed Shehata
July 2005

Experimental Evidence Relating To The Person-Situation Interactionist Model Of Ethical Decision Making

JOURNAL : BUSINESS ETHICS QUARTERLY

CONTRIBUTORS: Bryan Church, James C Gaa, Sm Khalid Nainar, Mohamed M Shehata
March 2003

Subsidizing Public Inputs

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ECONOMICS

CONTRIBUTORS: Neil Buckley, Stuart Mestelman, Mohamed Shehata
2003

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS

CONTRIBUTORS: V Umashanker Trivedi, Mohamed Shehata, Bernadette Lynn
December 1999

Auditor Independence, Self-interested Behavior And Ethics: Some Experimental Evidence

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING AND PUBLIC POLICY

CONTRIBUTORS: Haim Falk, Bernadette Lynn, Stuart Mestelman, Mohamed Shehata
July 1997

Internal Auditing And Voluntary Cooperation In Firms: A Cross-cultural Experiment

JOURNAL : ACCOUNTING REVIEW

CONTRIBUTORS: Sj Kachelmeier, M Shehata
May 1997

Market Behavior In The Presence Of Costly, Imperfect Information: Experimental Evidence

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR & ORGANIZATION

CONTRIBUTORS: Lucy F Ackert, Bryan K Church, Mohamed Shehata
1996

What Affects Individuals' Decisions To Acquire Forecasted Information?

JOURNAL : CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTING RESEARCH

CONTRIBUTORS: Lucy F Ackert, Bryan K Church, Mohamed Shehata
September 1994

EXAMINING RISK PREFERENCES UNDER HIGH MONETARY INCENTIVES - REPLY

JOURNAL : AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW

CONTRIBUTORS: Sj Kachelmeier, M Shehata
August 1994

An Experimental Examination Of The Effects Of Forecast Bias On Individuals' Use Of Forecasted Information

CONTRIBUTORS: Lucy F Ackert, Bryan K Church, Mohamed Shehata
December 1992

EXAMINING RISK PREFERENCES UNDER HIGH MONETARY INCENTIVES - EXPERIMENTAL-EVIDENCE FROM THE PEOPLES-REPUBLIC-OF-CHINA

JOURNAL : AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW

CONTRIBUTORS: Sj Kachelmeier, M Shehata
October 1992

Culture And Competition

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR & ORGANIZATION

CONTRIBUTORS: Steven J Kachelmeier, Mohamed Shehata
October 1991

SELF-SELECTION BIAS AND THE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF ACCOUNTING REGULATION - AN APPLICATION OF 2-STAGE SWITCHING REGRESSION TO SFAS NO 2

JOURNAL : ACCOUNTING REVIEW

CONTRIBUTORS: M Shehata

Transparency, Empowerment, Disempowerment And Trust In An Investment Environment

JOURNAL : SSRN ELECTRONIC JOURNAL

CONTRIBUTORS: Mohamed Shehata, Kiridaran Giri Kanagaretnam, Khalid Nainar, Stuart Mestelman

The Impact Of Empowering Investors On Trust And Trustworthiness

JOURNAL : SSRN ELECTRONIC JOURNAL

CONTRIBUTORS: Kiridaran Giri Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Khalid Nainar, Mohamed Shehata

Transparency And Iterative Negotiations With Trust And Reciprocity

JOURNAL : SSRN ELECTRONIC JOURNAL

CONTRIBUTORS: Kiridaran Giri Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Khalid Nainar, Mohamed Shehata

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

June 2012

The Impact Of Empowering Investors On Trust And Trustworthiness

CONTRIBUTORS: Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Sm Khalid Nainar, Mohamed Shehata

Trust, Reciprocity And The Roles Of Sex, Value Orientation And Risk Attitudes In An Investment Game

CONTRIBUTORS: Kiridaran Kanagaretnam, Stuart Mestelman, Khalid Nainar, Mohamed Shehata

Value Orientations, Income And Displacement Effects, And Voluntary Contributions

CONTRIBUTORS: Neil Buckley, Kenneth S Chan, Stuart Mestelman, Mohamed Shehata