Professor of Accounting
PhD (Northwestern University)
My research interests include financial reporting, information economics, regulatory oversight, and sell-side analysts. I was previously an Assistant Professor at Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, and UBC Sauder School of Business.
I’m a member of the Accounting subject group at Cambridge Judge Business School, which focuses on the creation, dissemination, interpretation, use, and governance of financial information, and examines how business managers utilise information to make strategic decisions.
News and insights
Companies benefit from higher forecasts from analysts when CEOs express more ‘internal’ factors for poor performance, says new study co-authored by Rafael Rogo of Cambridge Judge Business School.