Julian Yeo

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Accounting

BCom (Hon), University of Western Australia, 1998; MFin, 1999; PhD, University of Melbourne, 2003

Joined CBS in 2004

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Julian Yeo

Office
218 Uris

Phone
212-854-3162

E-mail
jy2176@columbia.edu

Fax
212-316-9219

Teaching and research interest

Professor Yeo is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Columbia Business School. Professor Yeo's research focuses on accounting-based equity valuation. His current work focuses on parameters that are pivotal to valuing securities. The valuation parameters that he examines include required rates of return by investors, growth rates, tax-adjustments and biases in analyst earnings per share forecasts. Prior to joining Columbia, Yeo was a faculty member at the University of Melbourne and the University of Western Australia. In 2007, he was awarded the Dean's Teaching Excellence in Core Courses at Columbia Business School and one of the finalists for the Presidential Teaching Awards at Columbia University. In 2008, Yeo received the EMBA Commitment to Excellence Award for Excellence in Teaching. And most recently, he was named one of the 12 Favorite Professors teaching in Executive MBA Programs in 2008 by Wall Street Journal. Yeo teaches an elective, Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation, at the Columbia Business School to Executive MBA.

Journal articles

The Use of Comparable Firm Approach in Valuing Australian IPOs In International Review of Financial Analysis (2007)
Author(s): Janice How, Jennifer Lam, Julian Yeo

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The Impact of Forecast Disclosure and Its Accuracy on Equity Pricing: The IPO Perspective In Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance (2001)
Author(s): Janice C. Y. How, Julian Yeo

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The Pricing of Underwriting Services in the Australian Capital Market In Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (2000)
Author(s): Janice C. Y. How, Julian Yeo

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Working Papers

Another Look at Equity Valuation Using Price Multiples Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Ming Deng, Peter Easton, Julian Yeo

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Dividend Tax Credits and the Residual Income Valuation Model Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Julian Yeo

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Expected Bias in Analyst Earnings Forecasts Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Ming Deng, Julian Yeo

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Expected Rates of Returns for IPO Firms Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Asher Curtis, Julian Yeo

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Properties of Analyst Contemporaneous Multi-Period Earnings Forecasts Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Julian Yeo

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Understated Book Values and Analyst Earnings Forecast Errors Working Paper (2010)
Author(s): Ming Deng, Julian Yeo

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