Vivek Pandey is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the Simon Business School, University of Rochester. He did his PhD in Accounting from the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California.
Research Interests: He has broad research interests in corporate reporting and disclosure, especially in their economic determinants and consequences. He has worked on topics dealing with private disclosure contracts, real effects, proprietary information, and supply chains.
“Contractual Private Disclosure in Supply Chain and Managerial Learning from Stock Price.” (solo-authored), Working Paper.
“Life (of a Bond) is Short: Managerial Learning from Bond Prices.” with Sudarshan Jayaraman and Joanna Wu, Working Paper.
“Client Concerns About Information Spillovers From Sharing Audit Partners.” with Jungkoo Kang and Clive Lennox, Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2022.
“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.