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Marshall, Nathan Thomas Assistant Professor


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research overview

  • Dr. Marshall's research interests center on financial accounting and the capital markets, with a particular emphasis on how economic forces shape information flows and financial reporting. He also has a strong interest in financial intermediaries and litigation, and how each influences the content and timeliness of information releases to the market. The underlying objective of his research agenda is to increase our understanding of: (i) how accounting information flows through the capital markets; (ii) the economic forces and market participants that influence the timeliness and content of the information flow; and (iii) the link between accounting information flows and market prices.


  • Financial accounting and the capital markets, how economic forces shape information flows and financial reporting, information intermediaries, disclosure, litigation



courses taught

  • BCOR 2203 - Principles of Accounting I
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
    The course builds a basic understanding of how information regarding a firm's resources and obligations is conveyed to decision makers outside the firm. Students will be exposed to both a user-perspective (how to read and analyze financial accounting reports) and a preparer-perspective (how business transactions affect the financial statements). Particular emphasis will be placed on understanding the accounting cycle, or the system with which businesses process and record their business events to create the financial statements. Credit not granted for this course and BCOR 2000, BCOR 2002.


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