Nathan V Stuart
Ph.D. Accounting. Indiana University, 2001
|Office:||Sage Hall 1459|
|Expertise:||Cost accounting, corporate governance, performance measurement, and decision analysis|
Selected Publications and Accomplishments
- Haywood-Sullivan, B., & Stuart, N. (Forthcoming). Does Functional Experience Impair Cross-Pollination of the BSC (Balanced Scorecard). Management Accounting Quarterly.
- Jansen, I.P., Sanning, L.W., & Stuart, N. (Forthcoming). Do hubris and the information environment explain the effect of acquirers size on their gains from acquisitions. Journal of Economics and Finance.
- Stuart, N., & Jansen, J.P. (2014). What to expect when you're expecting... to announce an acquisition. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance/Wiley.
- Stuart, N. (2013). Assessing the costs and benefits of investing in cost-system accuracy. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance.
- Stuart, N., Jansen, I.P., Sanning, L.W., & (2013). On the relation between the relative size of acquisitions and the wealth of acquiring firms. Applied Economics Letters.
- Stuart, N., & Jimenez-Angueira, C.E. (2013). Relative Performance Evaluation, Pay-for-Luck, and Double-Dipping in CEO Compensation. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.
- Dowell, G.W., Shackell-Dowell, M.B., & Stuart, N. (2011). Boards, CEOs, and Surviving a Financial Crisis: Evidence from the Internet Shakeout. Strategic Management Journal.
- Stuart, N. (2008). Diversification to Mitigate Expropriation in the Tobacco Industry. Journal of Financial Economics.
- Academic Professional: Midwest Region Steering Committee, Member, October 2013 - Present
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