Christopher Stewart is broadly interested in empirical accounting research, but he has a special focus on research questions that lie at the intersection of corporate law, corporate finance, and accounting.
Stewart joined Chicago Booth in 2020. He holds a PhD and Master of Commerce in Accounting from the University of Melbourne, an MBA in Finance from Wilfrid Laurier University (Canada), and a BA from Laurentian University (Canada). Additionally, during his doctoral studies, he spent time as a visiting PhD student at Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Outside of academia, Stewart has professional experience as a financial analyst at General Motors of Canada, and as the founder of technology company, which he sold to a private equity firm in 2009. He has teaching experience as a lecturer at The University of Melbourne, and at Dankook University in Seoul, Korea where he taught accounting and finance.
2020 - 2021 Course Schedule
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