I joined Yale School of Management in 2010 after completing my PhD at New York University. My research interests include questions relating to the role of accounting information in capital markets. Specifically, I am interested in examining the impact of accounting regulation and the role of accounting information in shaping the beliefs and behaviors of market participants with varying degrees of sophistication. Several of my past and current projects examine mandatory and voluntary financial reporting as well as non-financial disclosures and non-traditional channels of information acquisition.
I teach the MBA and the executive MBA elective Financial Reporting and the PhD seminar on Empirical Accounting Research.