Welcome! I am a PhD Candidate in Accounting at the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. I am on the 2021-2022 accounting job market.
Research Interests: Financial Accounting, Real Effects, Disclosure, Contracts.
I have broad research interests in financial reporting and disclosure. Within this broad area, I have worked on research dealing with private disclosure contracts, real effects of financial reporting, properties of accounting information, and proprietary information. My research has been published in The Accounting Review and Journal of Accounting and Economics. In recognition of my research excellence, I was awarded the 2020 Deloitte Foundation Doctoral Fellowship, as well as several awards and fellowships within the Marshall School of Business.
Job market paper:
“Private Disclosure Contracts within Supply Chains and Managerial Learning from Stock Prices”
1. “Shareholder Litigation and Conservative Accounting: Evidence from Universal Demand Laws.” with Hariom Manchiraju and K.R. Subramanyam, The Accounting Review 2021, 96 (2), 391–412.
2. “Client Concerns About Information Spillovers From Sharing Audit Partners.” with Jungkoo Kang and Clive Lennox, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Forthcoming.