I am an Accounting PhD candidate at the Yale School of Management. I will be on the job market this winter, and attending the AAA PhD Rookie Camp in Miami from December 8-10, 2017. I look forward to joining a group of scholars at a research university starting Fall 2018.

My job market paper is titled, “Intended Benefits and Unintended Consequences of Improved Performance Disclosure.”

My research interests include disclosure, regulation, corporate governance, and financial intermediaries. My current work on disclosure and managerial incentives investigates how increased performance disclosure requirements affect firm stakeholders and how firm value shocks affect manager behavior. I have also examined the impact that the composition of the management team has on financial reporting and compensation. Finally, I am interested in studying the role of accounting and reporting for financial intermediaries, such as mutual funds, hedge funds, and private equity funds. I believe this is a promising area of research for our field, and an area I have experience with from prior employment. I intend to center my research agenda around these fields in the upcoming years.

Above, you will find links to my current research, teaching information, CV, and email.