Professor of Accounting
Research Interests: executive compensation and incentives, executive stock holdings and trading behavior, corporate governance, financial reporting quality, the role of financial transparency in governance and contracting
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.
ACCT992 - Seminar Colloquium
Faculty led discussion prior to weekly research seminar presentations. Attendance at colloquium and seminar. Referee reports relating to research topics covered in discussions and seminars to be written.