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Jeremy Michels

Jeremy Michels

Associate Professor in Management


Jeremy Michels' research examines how attributes of accounting information (such as verifiability, comparability, and financial statement placement) affect how investors use this information. His work also studies how information intermediaries (such as the media) affect a firm's information environment. His research emphasizes how professional and nonprofessional investors use accounting information differently.

Professor Michels has taught accounting at the undergraduate, MBA, and PhD levels. He earned his PhD from the University of Colorado and his bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota. He holds a CPA license (inactive) in the state of Minnesota. Prior to his academic career, he worked in internal audit and consulting.


Office: KRAN 406

Area(s) of Expertise

Accounting, Behavioral Economics, Capital Markets, Financial Markets, Investor Behavior, IPOs, Stock Market