Professor of Financial Accounting
Director of the Centre for Financial Reporting & Accountability (CFRA)
BS (Pennsylvania State University), MBA (Syracuse University), PhD (Pennsylvania State University)
My research interests include financial reporting, international accounting, corporate governance, executive compensation and incentives, and insider trading. I’m a member of the editorial boards of the Accounting Review and the Journal of International Accounting Research. I was previously a Fellow of the International Accounting Standards Board, London.
I’m a member of the Accounting subject group at Cambridge Judge Business School, which focuses on the creation, dissemination, use, and governance of financial information.
News and insights
The first Cambridge Disinformation Summit ends with call to lobby for access to social and sharing media platform data.
Matt Gorham, Managing Director at the Cyber and Privacy Innovation Institute at PwC US, explains how to do a disinformation threat assessment and figure out how it might affect your business.
Why me? Professor Alan Jagolinzer explains why an expert in tightly regulated financial markets organised the first Cambridge Disinformation Summit, to be held 27-28 July, to find ways to tackle the lack of clear disinformation accountability elsewhere in society.
Forbes | 5 April 2023
Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about the Silicon Valley Bank’s banking crisis.
Propublica | 16 March 2023
Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about share trading in big companies.
YouTube | 19 October 2022
James Early talks with Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting and Head of the Accounting Faculty Subject Group at Cambridge Judge Business School, about a new potential “fair value” rule, the state of play of crypto accounting, and whether it’s enough to drive crypto prices higher.
The Wall Street Journal, 29 June 2022
CEO stock sales raise questions about insider trading
Bloomberg Tax, 25 March 2022
SEC climate plan leaves open path to use global green standards
Business Because, 15 January 2022
Five emerging jobs in the cannabis industry
The Wall Street Journal, 27 December 2021
Every CEO should follow Mark Zuckerberg’s stock-trading example
Financial Times, 22 December 2021
Lax rules are allowing corporate fat cats to dump stock
The Wall Street Journal, 11 August 2021
Executive stock sales are under scrutiny. Here’s what regulators are interested in
The Conversation, 19 January 2021
Annual reports should inform society – not only those with a financial interest
Stanford Business, 15 July 2020
Stimulus money might stimulate insider trading
The New York Times, 6 April 2020
U.S. SEC’s Clayton says companies seeking bailouts must disclose plans, communicate with investors
Reuters, 26 March 2020
U.S. corporate crisis bailouts may prove bonanza for insider trading
Bloomberg, 24 March 2020
Now there’s a mortgage crisis too
Future-Proof, 28 October 2019
Addressing recruitment and retention woes
The New York Times, 14 October 2019
Epstein estate’s first legal bill in fight against accusers: $90,000
MarketWatch, 3 September 2019
Opinion: Cannabis stock investors should pay attention to this potential threat to share prices
IFRS.org, 2 April 2019
Speech: IASB Chair on what sustainability reporting can and cannot achieve
MarketWatch, 21 March 2019
Executives and directors are insider trading on advance knowledge of audit issues, study says
MarketWatch, 11 February 2019
How marijuana companies can profit without selling pot
Bloomberg, 22 January 2019
Buyers beware of marijuana stocks
Poets and Quants, 18 May 2018
Business schools tap into cannabis sector
The Economist, 10 February 2018
Insider trading has been rife on Wall Street, academics conclude
MJ Business Daily, 9 February 2018
Study looks to untangle ‘fundamentally confusing’ cannabis financial statements
Quartz, 30 January 2018
Cambridge is teaching the world’s first business case study on weed
The CPA Journal, 1 December 2017
Creating synergy between academics and professionals
Business Weekly, 15 September 2017
Cambridge to coach financial change agents
512Tech, 5 June 2017
AMD’s rebound has meant big money for key executives