Robert Bushman's research encompasses theoretical and empirical inquiry into issues of information in capital markets, performance measurement and incentive compensation design, and international aspects of corporate governance.
Bushman, Visiting Professor Accounting, will teach at Booth in spring 2014. He is also The Forensic Accounting Distinguished Professor at the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. An award-winning teacher, at Kenan-Flagler he teaches courses in corporate governance, financial accounting and structuring complex deals. He also has done extensive executive teaching for Andersen Consulting and GlaxoSmithKline, and has spoken to numerous executive groups.
Outside of academia, Bushman has worked with Arthur Andersen LLP and TransUnion Corporation, and has been involved in several entrepreneurial enterprises.
He received a PhD from the University of Minnesota and a BBA in accounting from Ohio University.
2013 - 2014 Course Schedule
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