My research focus is the empirical examination of the production and use of information, as well as any related consequences. Various forces impact the neutrality and production of information, understanding the drivers of information and information quality
are of interest to me. One of my primary interests is information intermediaries. My dissertation explored the effect of analyst stock ownership on the quality of equity analyst report outputs. My first debt analyst paper explores the firm characteristics
that are associated with analyst coverage and evidence of the impact of the analystsí information output. My accounting discretion paper looks at information production by the firm and the role of accounting standards in enhancing the quality of that information.
A recent interest is the effect of a regulator on a firm's information environment.
Distinguished teaching award winner for Mgmt 600 and Mgmt 602.
Previous academic positions: Georgetown University (visiting), The Ohio State University, The Wharton School (visiting).
Previous Industry experience: Ernst & Young, LPL Financial
You can access my working papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)