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Financial reporting and disclosure, Corporate investment, Incentive contracting, Performance measurement and evaluation, Industrial, transaction cost, and organizational economics
Managerial accounting, Financial accounting, Corporate governance
I study how information affects decision-making in the contexts of financial reporting and disclosure, corporate investment, incentive contracting, and performance measurement and evaluation, and in the fields of industrial, transaction cost, and organizational economics.
In my job market paper, I examine how financial information transmission along the supply chain mitigates demand uncertainty and facilitates investments in R&D and capital expenditures. Focusing on the credibility-enhancing role of disclosure, I provide novel evidence that publicly issued management forecasts can reduce incentive conflicts and investment inefficiency in supply chains, which otherwise can only be resolved by costly vertical integration and contracting.
My other research examines mandatory information transmission channels that affect corporate investment, the effects of peer information on employee performance evaluation, and the roles of performance measurement in incentive contracts to drive managerial decisions.
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