Jonathan Bonham studies the effect of accounting-based performance measurement on contract design and productivity. His research interests also include relative performance evaluation, the relationship between voluntary and mandatory disclosure, and the properties of accounting systems designed to meet the needs of various users.

Bonham earned a PhD in Accounting from Rice University as part of its accounting doctoral program’s inaugural graduating class. He also holds a Master of Accountancy, BS in Accounting, and BA in Economics from Brigham Young University. Bonham teaches financial accounting in Booth’s MBA program and the College.

Outside of research and teaching, Bonham enjoys exercise, swing dancing, and spending time with his wife and kids.

Academic Areas

  • Accounting

Working Papers