I joined Yale School of Management in 2010 after completing my PhD at New York University. I have interests in empirical research on the role of accounting information in capital markets, specifically the issues pertaining to mandatory and voluntary disclosures and the processing of disclosed information. I am particularly interested in contributing to our understanding how accounting information is utilized by market participants with varying degrees of sophistication and what contributes to inefficient processing of information. I am also interested in exploring the historical developments in accounting recognition and reporting and the issues pertaining to accounting regulation.
I teach the MBA and the executive MBA elective Financial Reporting and the PhD seminar on Empirical Accounting Research.