Sundaresh Ramnath

Assoc. Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-6668
Locator Code:
6531

 
Career

Education

Ph.D. Accounting Pennsylvania State University
M.S. Accounting Science Northern Illinois University

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Financial statement analysis | Financial accounting | Business valuation

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Financial statement analysis | Financial accounting | Business valuation

Professional Experience

- Assistant Professor, Georgetown University
- Assistant Professor, Rice University
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Accounting information and capital markets; industry effects; and financial intermediaries

Publications

With Rick Johnston, Andy Leone and Ya-wen Yang 14-week Quarters (Journal of Accounting and Economics. forthcoming).


With Ivo Jansen and Teri Yohn Changes in Asset Turnover and Profit Margin as Signals of Earnings Management (Contemporary Accounting Research. forthcoming).


With Rick Johnston and Stanimir Markov 91-107 (Vol. 47 (1-2) Journal of Accounting and Economics. 2009).


With Patricia Fairfield and Teri L. Yohn Do Industry-level Analyses Improve Forecasts of Financial Performance? 147-178 (Vol. 47 (1) Journal of Accounting Research. 2009).


With Joseph Weber Discussion of Competition for Andersen’s Clients 1137-1146 (Vol. 25 (4) Contemporary Accounting Research. 2008).


With Steve Rock and Phil Shane Financial Analyst Forecasting Literature: A Taxonomy with Trends and Suggestions for Further Research 34-75 (Vol. 24 International Journal of Forecasting. 2008).


With Steve Rock and Phil Shane Financial Analysts' Forecasts and Stock Recommendations: A Review of the Research 311-420 (Vol. 2 (4) Foundations and Trends® in Finance. 2008).


With Steve Rock and Phil Shane Value Line and IBES Earnings Forecasts 185-198 (Vol. 21 (1) International Journal of Forecasting. 2005).


With David Ikenberry Underreaction to Self-Selected News Events: The Case of Stock Splits 489-526489-526 (Vol. 15 (2) Review of Financial Studies. 2002).


Investor and Analyst Reaction to Earnings Announcements of Related Firms: An Empirical Analysis 1345-1371 (Vol. 40 (5) Journal of Accounting Research. 2002).