I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Accounting at ESSEC Business School.
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. In particular, my Ph.D. thesis examines the role of the information disclosed on goodwill impairment for firm stakeholders (i.e., financial analysts, auditors) and peer firms’ investment behavior.
Research Interests: Corporate disclosure, Financial reporting, Financial analysts, Goodwill impairment, Textual analysis
Teaching interests: Financial accounting, Financial statement analysis, Managerial accounting