I am an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. Prior to joining Frankfurt School, I was a Ph.D. Candidate at ESSEC Business School. I also hold a Ph.D. from Babes-Bolyai University, where I completed my undergraduate studies as well. Before entering academia, I gained practical experience with an accounting company in Romania.
My research area is empirical archival, centered on understanding how firms’ disclosure and reporting decisions affect the behavior and the allocation of economic resources of financial statement users. Other research interests include financial analysts, earnings management and, textual analysis.
Research Interests: Corporate disclosure, Financial reporting, Financial analysts, Goodwill impairment, Textual analysis