Professor Stephan's research focuses on the intersection between investors, information intermediaries, and firm disclosures. His research investigates whether two different investor types, institutional and algorithmic, affect firm disclosure policies. He is also interested in whether the timing of firm disclosures affects how the disclosures are processed by investors and incorporated into prices. Other areas of interest include market intermediaries and the exchange of information between analyst brokerage houses and politicians.
ACCT 3220 - Corporate Financial Reporting 1
Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
First of a two-course sequence intended to provide students with increased fluency in the language of business. Focuses on U.S. and international accounting concepts and methods that underlie financial statements and the related implications for interpreting financial accounting information.