I strive to use unique data and settings to study relevant, real-world financial market phenomena with an emphasis on the creation and use of financial information by everyday people. My current research projects examine how individuals interact with financial market information in various settings such as mobile phone trading apps, fake financial news, ESG portfolio concerns, politics, and sports gambling markets.
BCOR 2303 - Principles of Accounting II
This course provides an introduction to various uses of accounting information that are available to managers. Specifically, students will be exposed to decision-making models aimed at assisting managers in planning, operating, and controlling business functions. Topics include job costing, cost-volume analysis, budgeting, cash flows, performance evaluation/compensation, break-even analysis, and relevant costs. Credit not granted for this course and BCOR 2000.