Professor of Accounting
PhD (Northwestern University)
Financial disclosure; information economics; mergers and acquisitions; debt contracts.
Subject group: Accounting
Rafael Rogo was previously an Assistant Professor at Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, and UBC Sauder School of Business.
Lundholm, R. and Rogo, R. (2020) “Do excessively volatile forecasts impact investors?” Review of Accounting Studies, 25(2): 636-671
Hrazdil, K., Novak, J., Rogo, R., Wiedman, C. and Zhang, R. (2020) “Measuring executive personality using machine-learning algorithms: a new approach and audit fee-based validation tests.” Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 47(3-4): 519-544
Naughton, J.P., Rogo, R., Sunder, J. and Zhang, R. (2018) “SEC monitoring of foreign firms’ disclosures in the presence of foreign regulators.” Review of Accounting Studies, 23(4): 1355-1388
Lundholm, R., Rahman, N. and Rogo, R. (2018) “The foreign investor bias and its linguistic origins.” Management Science, 64(9): 4433-4450
Lo, K., Ramos, F. and Rogo, R. (2017) “Earnings management and annual report readability.” Journal of Accounting and Economics, 63(1): 1-25
Lundholm, R.J. and Rogo, R. (2016) “Do analyst forecasts vary too much?” Journal of Financial Reporting, 1(1): 101-123