Department of Accounting
- Centre for Owner-Managed Businesses
I am currently employed as a Post Doc in relation to a large project with several colleagues from the department involved. The objective of the project is to understand management reporting practices of owner-managed firms, and if such practices contribute to firm performance.
My core research interests are within financial reporting in private firms. Within this field I have aimed to answer questions such as: How do firms use financial reporting discretion during financial distress? What are the determinants and consequences of owner-managers’ use of earnings management? Do employee characteristics provide information about firms’ use of earnings management? Additionally, I am currently working on a project regarding criminal employees, firms’ bankruptcy likelihood, and if lenders price such a risk factor.
• Earnings Management
• Earnings Quality
• Financial reporting in private firms
• Individuals and firm behavior
- Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation
- Financial Statement Analysis
In: Review of Accounting Studies, Vol. 26, No. 3, 9.2021, p. 1004-1045
In: Revision & Regnskabsvæsen, 6.4.2021
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2019, 188 p. (Ph.d. Serie, No. 34.2019)
Paper presented at 2019 International Accounting Section Midyear Meeting
Paper presented at Nordic Accounting Conference 2018, 2018
København : Rig på viden 2020
In: Berlingske, 14.11.2019, p. 28-29
Research by ''Total Rookies'' that Ties Criminal Records to Bankruptcies Makes the Grade at Top US Journal
No outside activities to report.