Professor David Ashton

Professor David Ashton

Professor David Ashton
Emeritus Professor of Accounting and Finance

G.06, 30-32 Tyndalls Park Road,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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david.ashton@bristol.ac.uk

Telephone Number (0117) 331 0906

Department of Accounting and Finance




Latest publications

  1. Ashton, D & Trinh, C(, 2018, ‘Evaluating the information content of earnings forecasts’. Accounting and Business Research.
  2. Ashton, DJ & Wang, P, 2013, ‘Terminal valuations, growth rates and the implied cost of capital’. Review of Accounting Studies, vol 18., pp. 261-290
  3. Ashton, DJ & Wang, P, 2013, ‘Valuation Weights, Linear Dynamics and Accounting Conservatism: An Empirical Analysis’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 40., pp. 1-25
  4. Ashton, DJ, Peasnell, K & Wang, P, 2011, ‘Residual Income Valuation Models and Inflation’. European Accounting Review, vol 20., pp. 459-483
  5. Ashton, D & Tippet, M, 2006, ‘Mean Reversion and the Distribution of United Kingdom Stock Index Returns’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 33 (9-10)., pp. 1586 - 1609
  6. Ashton, D, Lim, C, Tippett, M & Wright, B, 2005, ‘Binomial basis for linear information dynamics: real options, dividends and the valuation of equity’. Accounting and Finance, vol 45 (3)., pp. 323 - 350
  7. Ashton, D, 2005, Discussion of Cost of Capital, Strategic Disclosures and Accounting Choice’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 32 (3-4)., pp. 635 - 641
  8. Ashton, D, Dunmore, P & Tippett, M, 2004, ‘Double Entry Bookkeeping and the Distributional Properties of a Firm's Financial Ratios’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 31 (5-6)., pp. 583 - 606
  9. Ashton, D, Cooke, T, Tippett, M & Wang, P, 2004, ‘Linear information dynamics, aggregation, dividends and 'dirty surplus' accounting’. Accounting and Business Research, vol 34 (4)., pp. 277 - 299
  10. Ashton, D, Cooke, T & Tippett, M, 2003, ‘An Aggregation Theorem for the Valuation of Equity Under Linear Information Dynamics’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 30 (3-4)., pp. 413 - 440
  11. Acker, D & Ashton, DJ, 2003, ‘Establishing bounds on the tax advantage to debt’. British Accounting Review, vol 35 (4)., pp. 385 - 399
  12. Ashton, D, 1999, ‘Performance of UK Investment Trusts: 1980-1994: Discussion’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 26 (nos 9 & 10)., pp. 1169 - 1176
  13. Ashton, D & Tippett, M, 1998, ‘Systematic risk and empirical research’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 25 (nos 9 & 10)., pp. 1325 - 1356
  14. Acker, D, Ashton, DJ & Green, S, 1997, ‘Tax, corporate behaviour and the foreign income dividend scheme’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 24, No 1., pp. 125 - 143
  15. Ashton, D, 1997, ‘The Garman-Ohlson structual system: a discussion’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 24 no. 7., pp. 1101 - 1110
  16. Ashton, D, 1996, ‘The power of tests of fund manager performance’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 23 No.1., pp. 1 - 12
  17. Ashton, D, 1995, ‘The Cost of Equity Capital and a Generalisation of the Dividend Growth Model’. Accounting and Business Research, vol 26 No.1., pp. 3 - 17
  18. Ashton, D, 1995, ‘Tax Clienteles in the UK Gilt-Edged Market’. Publisher unknown
  19. Ashton, D, 1995, ‘Review of Issues in Business Taxation by Pointon, J’. Accounting and Business Research, vol 26 No.1., pp. 85 - 86
  20. Ashton, D, Hopper, T & Scapens, R, 1995, ‘The Changing Nature of Issues in Management Accounting’. in: Issues in Management Accounting - 2nd. Prentice Hall, pp. 1 - 20
  21. Ashton, D, Hopper, T & Scapens, R, 1995, ‘Issues in Management Accounting - 2nd Edition’. Prentice Hall
  22. Ashton, D, 1991, ‘Corporate Debt Policy , American Analytics and U.K. Taxation’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, vol 18., pp. 465 - 482
  23. Ashton, D, Hopper, T & Scapens, R, 1991, ‘Issues in Management Accounting’. Prentice Hall

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