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Stanimir Markov


Professor of Accounting
Leo Corrigan Research Professor

PhD, Business Administration, University of Rochester, William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, 2002
MS Applied Economics, University of Rochester, William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, 2000
MBA, Georgetown University, 1996
MA, International Relations, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1994

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Stanimir Markov joined the Cox School of Business as an associate professor of accounting in 2013.  Prior academic appointments include positions as an associate professor of accounting at the University of Texas at Dallas and an assistant professor of accounting at Emory University.

Professor Markov’s research focuses on how information, accounting and non-accounting, is produced and used by information intermediaries and the capital market.  His research has been published in premier academic journals such as Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Accounting Review, and Journal of Financial Economicspresented at well over 40 universities in the US, Europe, Asia, and Australia, and discussed recently in The Wall Street Journal.  Professor Markov is the recipient of various research awards: the Cox "Research Excellence Award" in 2014-2015 and 2016-2017, the 2014 "Outstanding Article Award" by the Journal of Financial Research, and the 2002 "Best Dissertation Award" of the Financial Accounting and Reporting Section of The American Accounting Association.

Professor Markov currently teaches the Financial Accounting II course to MBA and MSF students.  His prior teaching experience includes teaching financial accounting and financial statement analysis at the undergraduate and the graduate level, and a doctoral course on the role of information intermediaries in capital markets.

<p">Professor Markov has a PhD in business administration (major in accounting, minor in finance) and an MS in applied economics from University of Rochester, and an MBA from Georgetown University.</p">


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Recent publications

Determinants and consequences of information processing delay: Evidence from the TR’s Institutional Brokers’ Estimate System, Forthcoming in Journal of Financial Economics, with Ferhat Akbas, Musa Subasi, and Eric Weisbrod

Analyst tipping: Additional evidence, 2017, Journal of Business Finance, and Accounting 44 (1-2), 94-115), with Volkan Muslu and Musa Subasi

The market’s assessment of the probability of meeting or beating the consensus, 2017, Contemporary Accounting Research, with Guang Ma

The value of crowdsourced earnings forecasts, 2016, Journal of Accounting Research 54 (4), 1077-1110, with Russell Jame, Rick Johnston, and Michael Wolfe

Analyst/investor days as a disclosure medium, 2016, Accounting Review 91 (6), 1725-1750, with Markus Kirk

Sell-side debt analysts and market efficiency, 2016, Management Science 62 (3), 682-703, with Umit Gurun and Rick Johnston

Management access and the informativenesss of analyst research, 2014, Journal of Financial Economics 114, 239-255, with Clifton Green, Russell Jame, and Musa Subasi

Broker-hosted investor conferences, 2014, Journal of Accounting and Economics 58(1), 142-166, with Clifton Green, Russell Jame, and Musa Subasi


ACCT 6202 Financial Accounting II