Recent PhD Graduates
Recent PhD graduates, placement school, and dissertations titles.
- Gurpal Sran (NYU Stern School of Business) - “Disclosing Labor Demand”
- Lauren Vollon (Università Bocconi) – “Venture Capital and Private M&A Contracting”
- Shirley Lu (Harvard Business School, Harvard University) – “The Green Bonding Hypothesis: How do Green Bonds Enhance the Credibility of Environmental Commitments?”
- Yao Lu (SC Johnson College of Business, Cornell University) – “Disclosure Externalities from Strategic Interactions: Evidence from Bank Liquidity Disclosure”
- Lisa Liu: (Columbia Business School at Columbia University) – "Do Auditors Help Prevent Data Breaches?"
- Miao Liu: (Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences at Boston College) - “Assessing Human Information Processing in Lending Decisions: A Machine Learning Approach”
- Johanna Shin: (The Analysis Group) - “Institutional Investors as Information Suppliers: Evidence from Investment Conferences”
- Raphael Duguay (Yale School of Management at Yale University) – “The Economic Consequences of Financial Statement Audit Regulation in the Charitable Sector”
- Sehwa Kim (Columbia Business School at Columbia University) – “Do Delays in Banks’ Loan Loss Provisioning Affect Economic Downturns? Evidence from the U.S. Housing Market”
- Jinzhi Lu (College of Business at City University of Hong Kong) – “Limited Attention: Implications for Financial Reporting”
- Anya Nakhmurina (Yale School of Management at Yale University) – “Does fiscal monitoring make better governments? Evidence from US municipalities”
- Ling Yang (Smith School of Business at Queen’s University) - “Why Was Loan Loss Provisioning Delayed During the 2008 Financial Crisis? An Information Quality-Based Explanation”
- Matthias Breuer (Columbia Business School at Columbia University) – “How Does Financial Reporting Regulation Affect Market-Wide Resource Allocation?”
- Rachel Marie Geoffroy (Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University) – “Electronic Proxy Statements Dissemination and Shareholder Monitoring”
- Oleg Kiriukhin (Cornerstone Research – NYC) – “Accruals Quality and Firm Value”
- Matthew Bloomfield (The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania) - "Strategic Delegation and the Weaponization of Executive Pay: Evidence from Revenue-Based Performance Evaluation"
- Jung Ho Choi (Stanford University Graduate School of Business) - "Accrual Accounting and Resource Allocation: A General Equilibrium Analysis"
- Heemin Lee (Baruch College, CUNY, Zicklin School Of Business) - "Does the Threat of Whistleblowing Reduce Accounting Fraud?"
- Brett Lombardi (Monash University) - "Financial Reporting and the Market Risk Premium"
- Sorabh Tomar (Southern Methodist University, Cox School of Business ) - "Firm Responses to Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting"
- Frank Zhou (The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania) - “Disclosure Dynamics and Investor Learning”
- Brandon Gipper (Stanford University Graduate School of Business) - “Assessing the Effects of Disclosing Management Compensation”
- Gerardo Perez Cavazos (Harvard Business School) - "Sharing private information with customers: Strategic default and lender learning"
- Andrew Sutherland (MIT Sloan School of Management) - "The Economic Consequences of Borrower Information Sharing: Relationship Dynamics and Investment"
- Eric Floyd (Rice University) - "Transparency Regulation, Bargaining, and the Price of Healthcare"
- Anne Heinrichs (Columbia University) - "Investors' Access to Corporate Management: A Field Experiment about 1-on-1 calls"
- Zachary Kaplan (Washington University, St. Louis) - "Does Bundling Matter?"
- Nan Li (University of Toronto) - "Labor Market Peer Firms"
- Christine Cuny (New York University Stern School of Business) - "Determinants of Municipal Disclosure and the Consequences of Dissemination"
- Joao Granja (MIT Sloan School of Management) - "Disclosure Regulation in the Commercial Banking Industry: Lessons from the National Banking Era"
- Catherine F. Lee (Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management) - "Corporate Lobbying and Financial Statements: Evidence from the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004"
- Josh Madsen (University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management) - "Information Disclosures and Predictable Returns: The Resolution of Customer Momentum"
- Meng Li (University of Texas at Dallas) - "Moral Hazard and Internal Discipline: Theory and Evidence"
- Anna Costello (MIT Sloan School of Management) - "Mitigating Incentive Conflicts in Inter-Firm Relationships: Evidence from Long-Term Supply Contracts"
- Robert Davidson, MBA '11 (Georgetown University) - "Accounting Fraud: Booms, Busts, and Incentives to Perform"
- Alon Kalay (Columbia University) - "Investor Sophistication, Disclosure and the Information Environment of the Firm"
- Jonathan Milian, MBA '11 (Florida International University) - "An Empirical Examination of Disclosure Horizon: Evidence from the Term Structure of Implied Equity Volatilities"