Annika joined Bauer College of Business in 2017 after receiving her PhD in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley. Annika's research lies at the intersection of accounting and finance. Much of her recent work focuses on the efficiency of corporate innovation, the separation of financial reporting choices from underlying firm economics, and the effects of short sales constraints on equity prices. Her research has been published in premier academic journals such as Management Science and Contemporary Accounting Research, and has also been featured in major media outlets including Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Economist, Reuters Breakingviews, and Seeking Alpha.
- Corporate Innovation
- Capital Markets
- Financial Reporting and Disclosure
- "Valuation Uncertainty and Short-Sales Constraints: Evidence from the IPO Aftermarket", with Panos Patatoukas and Richard Sloan. Management Science, forthcoming.
- "Maintaining a Reputation for Consistently Beating Earnings Expectations and the Slippery Slope to Earnings Manipulation", with Jenny Chu, Patricia Dechow, and Kai Wai Hui. Contemporary Accounting Research, 2019, 36 (4): 1966-1998.
- "Customer-Base Concentration: Implications for Audit Pricing and Quality", with Gopal Krishnan and Panos Patatoukas. Journal of Management Accounting Research, 2019, 31 (1): 129-152.
- Intermediate Accounting II (Undergraduate and Post-Baccalaureate) Spring 2020, Spring 2021, Spring 2022
- Intermediate Accounting I (Undergraduate) Spring 2018, Spring 2019
PhD in Business Administration, University of California, Berkeley, 2017
MS in Business Administration, University of California, Berkeley, 2014
BA in Economics and Finance, Tsinghua University, 2012