Congratulations to Patricia Dechow and Jose Plehn-Dujowich, 2015 AAA Award Winners!

Patricia Dechow received the 2015 Distinguished Contribution to Accounting Literature Award for her work with Ilia D. Dichev entitled, “The Quality of Accruals and Earnings: The Role of Accrual Estimation Errors.” Jose Plehn-Dujowich received the 2015 Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award for his work with Rajiv D. Banker and Dmitri Byzalov entitled, “Demand Uncertainty and Cost Behavior.” Learn more

Panos Patatoukas

Panos Patatoukas Named "Top 10 Under 40" Business Professor

Classroom lectures have always provided fertile ground for new areas of research for Prof. Panos Patatoukas, who is inspired by conversations with MBA students. "For me, teaching doesn't feel like a job," says Patatoukas, an assistant professor who joined the Haas Accounting Group in 2010 after graduating from Yale University. "It is my passion and hobby."" For his boundless enthusiasm, research insights, and teaching accomplishments, Patatoukas earned a spot on the recently published Poets & Quants World's Best 40 Under 40 Business School Professors list, as well as the corresponding Top-10 B-Professors list of Fortune Magazine. Learn more.


New Study by Haas Accounting Researchers:


Patricia Dechow, Alastair Lawrence, and James Ryans provides evidence of increases in insider sales prior to the public disclosure of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) comment letters relating to revenue recognition. Read the article in the New York Times.


Congratulations to Professor Yaniv Konchitchki for being named Top 40 under 40!

Poets & Quants recently named Haas Assistant Accounting Professor Yaniv Konchitchki to its annual World's Top 40 Under 40 list lauding the best young business professors from around the globe. Poets & Quants, a business school news site, publishes the annual award to recognize professors who excel in research and in the classroom. Learn More.


Congratulations to Professor Yaniv Konchitchki on Multiple Achievements!

Berkeley-Haas Professor Yaniv Konchitchki excels both in research and in teaching. He received this year’s Hellman Fellows Fund Research Award for "Showing Capacity for Great Distinction in Research."This is a competitive and large award, selected across the University and determined by UC Berkeley’s Chancellor and a prominent faculty panel. At the same time, MBA students awarded Konchitchki the prestigious Cheit Award for Excellence in Teaching, the highest teaching award bestowed upon professors at Berkeley Haas: more.


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