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Professor, Arthur Andersen & Co./Kullberg Chair in Accounting and Information Systems
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Chandra Kanodia earned his PhD in industrial administration from Carnegie Mellon University where he also received his master’s in accounting. He also holds an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management. He serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Accounting Research and the Review of Accounting Studies. Besides being published in these journals, his work also appears in Management Science, The Accounting Review, and Econometrica.
"Investment and Disclosure: The Disciplinary Role of Periodic Performance Reports," C. Kanodia and D. Lee, Journal of Accounting Research (1998).
"Real Effects of Separating Investment and Operating Cash Flows," C. Kanodia and A. Mukherji, Review of Accounting Studies (1996).
"Strategic Sampling in Agencies," C. Kanodia and R. Bushman, Management Science (1996).
"Audit Pricing, Lowballing, and Auditor Turnover: A Dynamic Analysis," C. Kanodia and A. Mukherji, The Accounting Review (1994).
"Escalation Error: An Explanation Based on Reputation and Information Asymmetries," C. Kanodia, R. Bushman, and J. Dickhaut, Journal of Accounting Research (1989).
"Effects of Shareholder Information on Corporate Decisions and Capital Market Equilibrium," C. Kanodia, Econometrica (1980).
ACCT 8811 Information Economics I Sec. 001
MBA 6035 Managerial Accounting Sec. 090
Editorial board, Journal of Accounting Research
Faculty Appointments and Promotions Committee
Incentives and Management Group
Editorial board, Review of Accounting Studies
PhD, 1978industrial administrationCarnegie Mellon University
MS, 1976accountingCarnegie Mellon University
MBA, 1969Indian Institute of Management
BCom, 1966commerceUniversity of Bombay
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