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Brian Bushee

Gilbert and Shelley Harrison Professor of Accounting

Research Interests: corporate disclosure, fundamental analysis, institutional investors, stock market anomalies

Links: CV, Personal Website

  • ACCT603 - Financial Accounting - Basic Course

    The on-line summer course ACCT 603 prepares students for ACCT 611 or 613. ACCT 611 and 613 are full semester courses intended for students who do not have the knowledge associated with the successful completion of one university-level course in financial accounting. ACCT 603 consists of on-line video lectures, self-study homework assignments, and a self-assessment exam. Students must complete ACCT 603 and pass the self-assessment exam prior to taking ACCT 611 or 613. ACCT 603 should require approximately five hours to complete and students are strongly encouraged to complete it during July before arriving on campus. Student participation in ACCT 603 will be reported to the ACCT 611 and 613 instructors. Please note that ACCT 611 is only offered in the fall semester whereas ACCT 613 is offered in both the fall and spring semesters.

  • ACCT742 - Problems in Financial Reporting

    This intensive one-semester course focuses on how to extract and interpret information in financial statements. The course adopts a user perspective of accounting by illustrating several specific accounting issues in a decision context.

  • ACCT899 - Independent Study

  • ACCT920 - Fundamental Empirical Accounting Research

    A fundamentals course that covers empirical research design and provides students with a perspective on historically important accounting research.

  • ACCT921 - Empirical Research Application I

    Empirical topics course on areas such as research on the time-series and cross-sectional properties of financial accounting measures, capital markets behavior, financial intermediaries, and international accounting research.

  • ACCT922 - Empirical Research Application II

    Empirical topics course on areas such as corporate governance, executive compensation, debt contracting, accounting regulation, tax, and management accounting.