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Carnegie Mellon: Tepper School of Business

Carlos Corona

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Assistant Professor of Accounting

  • Universitat Ramón Llull, Barcelona - B.Sc. - 1989
  • I.E.S.E., Barcelona - MBA - 1995
  • Stanford University - Ph.D. - 2006
Areas of Expertise:
  • Accounting
Teaching and Research Interests:
  • Information flows among stakeholders of the firm; Delegation, incentives and information in organizations; Accounting institutions and regulation.
Published Papers: 
  • The Auditor’s Slippery Slope” with Ramandeep Randhawa
    Management Science 56(6), June 2010.

  • Dynamic Performance Measurement with Intangible Assets
    Review of Accounting Studies 14(2-3), 2009.

Working Papers: 
  • The Brag is Worse than the Fight: Pre-Announcing Competitive Decisions in Oligopoly Markets
    June, 2011.
    (with: Lin Nan)

  • Bluffing Contests: on the Real Effects of Pre-announcing Strategic Decisions
    August, 2010.
    (with: Lin Nan)

  • An Equilibrium Theory of the Managerial Labor Market with Search and Contracting
    August, 2010.
    (with: Georgios Farfaras, Jose Plehn-Dujowitch)

  • Admitting Mistakes: Short-Term vs. Long-Term Reputational Incentives
    August, 2010.
    (with: Ramandeep Randhawa)

  • Information Quality and the Cross-Section of Expected Returns
    August, 2010.
    (with: Chris Armstrong, Snehal Banerjee)

  • Uncertainty about Betas and Expected Returns
    August, 2009.
    (with: Chris Armstrong, Snehal Banerjee)

  • Faculty Honor Roll at McCombs School of Business, University of Texas - Austin - 2009
Other Professional Activities:
  • A.T. Kearney, Madrid 1996-1999
  • Quarck Consultores, S.L., Barcelona 1995-1996
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