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Ted Goodman

Ted Goodman

Associate Professor of Management



Ph.D.   (Accounting), University of Pennsylvania, December 2005

BBA    (Finance and Accounting), University of Michigan, May 1999

Academic Positions

Purdue University, Assistant Professor of Accounting, 2012-present

University of Arizona, Assistant Professor of Accounting, 2005-2012

Purdue University, Visiting Professor, Fall 2009

 Refereed Publications

"Financial Reporting Quality, Investment Horizon, and Institutional Investor Trading Strategies" with Brian Bushee and Shyam Sunder, The Accounting Review, 94 (2019): 87-112.

"Fundamental Analysis and Option Returns" (with Monica Neamtiu and Frank Zhang), Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 33 (2018):72-97.

 "The Effects of Ownership and Compensation Practices on Charitable Activities" (with Leslie Eldenburg and Fabio Gaertner), Contemporary Accounting Research, 32 (2015): 169-192.

 "Management Forecast Quality and Capital Investment Decisions" (with Monica Neamtiu, Nemit Shroff, and Hal White), The Accounting Review, 89 (2014): 331-365.

 "Does Investment-related Pressure Lead to Misreporting? An Analysis of Reporting following M&A transactions" (with Dan Bens and Monica Neamtiu), The Accounting Review 87 (2012): 839-865.

 "Which Institutional Investors Trade Based on Private Information about Earnings and Returns?" (with Brian Bushee), Journal of Accounting Research 45 (2007): 1-31.

Working Papers

"The Incidence, Valuation, and Management of Tax-related Reputational Costs: Evidence from the Occupy Wall Street Movement" with Dan Dhaliwal, P.J. Hoffman, and Casey Schwab 

  •          Revising to resubmit to Journal of the American Tax Association  
  •          Presented at 2018 ATA midyear meeting and 2018 AAA Annual meeting

"Human Capital, Goodwill, and Acquisition Performance?" with Curtis Hall, Monica Neamtiu, and MaryJane Rabier  

  •         Under review at Management Science
  •         Presented at 2018 AAA Annual meeting

"Does the Influence of Competition and Compensation on Hospital Quality Vary with Ownership Type" with Leslie Eldenburg and Linda Chen

  •          Under review at Journal of Accounting and Public Policy
  •          An earlier version was presented at 2015 AAA Annual meeting

"Slack and Crash Risk" with Volkan Muslu and Hyungshin Park

  •          Presented at 2017 FARS Mid-year meeting, 2016 Accounting Conference at Temple University

"Institutional investors and auditor-specifc risk" with Brian Bushee and Phil Lamoreaux


Phone: (765) 494-9013
Office: RAWL 4022

Area(s) of Expertise