Rohit Aggarwal is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at the David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah. He is an applied statistician and an econometrician by training.
Robert D. Allen is a Professor and David Eccles Faculty Scholar at the University of Utah. Bob’s interest in auditing research began during his professional experience with Deloitte, Haskins & Sells in Los Angeles.
Krishnan S. Anand is Associate Professor of Operations and Information Systems and David Eccles Scholar at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. Prior to joining the Eccles faculty, he was a faculty member at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University.
Professor Asparouhova’s research interests are in the area of theoretical and experimental financial economics. They include but are not confined to: the theory of asset pricing, corporate finance, experimental finance, general equilibrium theory, and econometrics.
Sachin Banker is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at The University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business.
Jay Barney is a Presidential Professor of Strategic Management and the Pierre Lassonde Chair of Social Entrepreneurship.
Shmuel Baruch is a Professor of Finance at the University of Utah. His research focuses primarily on theoretical issues in the economics of trading (market microstructure).
Lyda Bigelow is Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy, a David Eccles Faculty Fellow, and PhD program Coordinator for Entrepreneurship and Strategy.
Jack Brittain is the Pierre Lassonde Presidential Chair in Entrepreneurship at the David Eccles School of Business and is currently teaching Managing and Leading and Leading Innovation for the Management Department.
Brian Cadman is an associate professor of Accounting. His research focuses on the performance measurement and corporate governance. He teaches managerial accounting to Master’s students.
Dr. Carson’s research and teaching interests focus on marketing strategy and management, marketing channels, innovation, outsourcing and internet marketing.
Jeffrey L. Coles is Professor of Finance and the Samuel S. Stewart Presidential Chair at the David Eccles School of Business.
Dr. Cooper’s research is focused on equity returns predictability, related data-snooping issues, and the behavior of mutual fund investors.
Dr. Diekmann’s research investigates how individuals behave in organizations, with a focus on fairness and ethics, negotiation, decision making, social perception and impression management.
Martha M. Eining is Professor in the School of Accounting at the David Eccles School of Business. She teaches in the area of fraud, auditing and accounting information systems at the undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. levels.
Atif Ellahie, Ph.D, CFA focuses on quantitative research in accounting and financial economics, and also teaches financial reporting analysis to Master of Accounting students.
Manu Goyal is an Assistant Professor in Operations Management. Manu’s research focusses on information flows in supply chains, information leakage, innovation, and flexibility.
Abbie holds the Royal L. Garff Presidential Chair in Marketing at the Eccles School, where she teaches business-to-business marketing and first-year core marketing classes to MBA students.
Professor Grikscheit is the Discussion Method Scholar at The University of Utah David Eccles School of Business. He holds A.B, M.B.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard University, The University of Michigan, and Michigan State University, respectively.
N. La Var Harline teaches both undergraduate and graduate tax accounting courses including basic taxation, tax research, deferred compensation & retirement planning, and business and tax strategies, estate & gift taxation.
Dr. Rachel Hayes is the chair of the School of Accounting. Her research interests include disclosure and the use of accounting information in compensation and other governance settings.
Davidson Heath is Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business.
As associate dean, Dr. Hesterly leads the Eccles School faculty in research and academic affairs.
Paul Hu is a David Eccles Chair Professor in the Department of Operations and Information Systems. His research interests include technology use, evaluations, and impacts, business intelligence and analytics information technology in health care, technology implementation in organizations, and e-commerce.
Professor Jansen’s research interests include private equity, entrepreneurial finance, M&A, and consumer finance.
Avner Kalay is the Francis A. Madsen Professor of Finance in the Finance Department. His research interest include corporate finance (in particular corporate dividend policy, taxation, and investment policy), capital market theory and efficiency, economics of information, agency theory, optimal contracting, real options, and microstructure of markets.
Tamar Kreps’ research investigates ethical beliefs in organizations: when people take ethical stances, how moralization affects social interactions, and how people view leaders who moralize.
Karl researches primarily in the areas of international corporate governance and capital markets, and presents his research at academic and practitioner conferences worldwide.
Uri Loewenstein is the Francis Madsen Professor of Finance.
Daniele Macciocchi is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of Utah. His research focuses on the role of corporate disclosure and governance in capital markets and other settings.
Adam Meirowitz is a Professor in the Finance Department. He studies the use of game theoretic and quantitative methods to study collective decision-making and political institutions.
Bill Moore received his BS and MBA from Oklahoma State University and Ph.D. from Purdue. He taught at Columbia University. He teaches courses in Marketing Analytics and Bayesian Statistics in Marketing.
Jaelynn Oh is an Assistant Professor in the Operations & Information Systems.
Yihui Pan is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business, researching and teaching in corporate finance and corporate governance.
Teresa Pavia, Ph.D. has been recognized for her teaching skills and has published research in the intersection of consumer behavior and health care, new product development, and consumer behavior.
Xiaoxia (Sasha) Peng is an Assistant Professor at University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business, School of Accounting.
Nabita is an Assistant Professor in the Operations group at Eccles School of Business, University of Utah.
David Plumlee is a David Eccles Professor in the School of Accounting. He has taught in all areas of accounting, except tax. His research involves how people use information to make judgments in accounting and auditing settings.
Marlene A. Plumlee is an Associate Professor and David Eccles Faculty Fellow. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1997.
Vandana Ramachandran is an Assistant Professor in the Operations & Information Systems Department. She examines information consumption of online consumers and the digitization of information and teaches Information Systems Analysis.
Dean Randall has led the Eccles School since 2009.
Luis Rayo is an applied economic theorist specializing in incentive theory and information economics. He is a Professor of Finance and holds the David Eccles Chair in Microeconomic Theory and Business Economics at the University of Utah
Matthew Ringgenberg is an Associate Professor of Finance at the David Eccles School of Business. His research focuses on equity lending, short selling, ETFs, and the economics of information.
Debra’s primary areas of research interest relate to consumers’ ability to navigate the marketplace, particularly for healthcare. Current research is focused on issues faced by family caregivers.
Scott Schaefer is Kendall D. Garff Chair in Business Administration and Professor of Finance. He teaches microeconomics and managerial economics.
James Schallheim is the Richard T. Pratt Professor of Finance and has been at the U since 1980. He also serves as the Executive Secretary and Treasurer of the American Finance Association.
Glen Schmidt focuses on New Product Development and Supply Chain Management. His research and teaching have won numerous awards at INFORMS, POM, and the DESB.
Jordan is originally from Cleveland, OH. Previously he has worked for Deloitte & Touche in Washington, DC and Chicago IL. Jordan is a licensed CPA and received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.
Bill Schulze is a David Eccles Professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship and Strategy. He teaches courses in technological strategy.
Nathan Seegert is an Assistant Professor in the Finance Department. He studies how government policies affect corporations, urban growth, entrepreneurship, and uncertainty in the economy.
Olivia R. Liu Sheng is Presidential Professor and Emma Eccles Jones Presidential Chair of Information Systems at the David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah.
Roger is the James A. Griggs Fellow at the University of Utah’s School of Accounting.
Flannery’s research focuses on the sources and consequences of inequality in organizations at both a micro and macro level.
Stephen Stubben teaches and conducts research in financial accounting. His current research focuses primarily on accounting standards, firms’ application of these standards, the quality of the resulting accounting information, and how that information is used in business decisions.
Elizabeth Tashjian is an Associate Professor of Finance, Director of the Undergraduate Finance Program, and Garn Faculty Fellow at the University of Utah.
Elizabeth R. Tenney is an Assistant Professor in the Management Department at the University of Utah’s Eccles School of Business.
Dr. Wardell is Francis A. Madsen Scholar at the Eccles School. His teaching and research interests are in quantitative applications to business, including analytics, quality and service operations.
Laura’s research focuses on the flow of political information to various economic actors. She has published articles in such journals as The Accounting Review and Review of Accounting Studies.
Kevin is an applied microeconomics economist whose research focuses on higher education, peer effects, social networks, and labor economics. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from UC Davis in 2016.
Holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Ohio State University, MBA in Technology Management from EDHEC-Institut Theseus, and Ph.D. in Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Department chair, N. Eldon Tanner Chair of Strategy and Strategic Leadership, and Presidential Professor at the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business.