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Daniel Diermeier

Kellogg School of Management Tel.: (847) 491 5177

Department of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences Fax.: (847) 467 1200

Northwestern University E

2001 Sheridan Road

Evanston, IL 60208-2009
Date of Birth: July 16, 1965 Place of Birth: Berlin, Germany

Marital Status: Married, two children Citizenship:German

(U.S. permanent resident)

Co-Director (and Acting Director), Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, September 2001 -
IBM Professor of Regulation and Competive Practices and Professor of of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, Department of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences (MEDS), Kellogg Graduate School of Management, September 2000 -
Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, and Professor of Political Science (by courtesy), Department of Political Science, Northwestern University, September 1999-
Associate Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, and Associate Professor of Political Science (by courtesy), Department of Political Science, Northwestern University, July 1997-August 1999
Assistant Professor of Political Economy, Graduate School of Business, and Assistant Professor of Political Science (by courtesy), Department of Political Science Stanford University, September 1994-June 1997.

Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, London School of Economics. April 1997-June 1997.
Visiting Reseracher, ISCORE, Department of Sociology, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands, August 1994 and January-March 1995.
Pre-Dissertation Visiting Fellowship, Department of Political Science and CMSEMS, Northwestern University, September 1993-May 1994.


Game Theoretic Models of Politics

Comparative Political Institutions

Legislative Politics

Adaptive Models

Epistemic Foundations of Game Theory

Experimental Game Theory

Collective Choice in Online Environments

Structural Estimation in Politics

Philosophy of Social Sciences


Ph.D., Political Science, University of Rochester, March 1995

Ph.D. Candidate, Philosophy, Duisburg University, Germany

M.A., Political Science, University of Munich, Germany, June 1990

M.A., Political Science, University of Rochester, May 1993

M.A., Philosophy, University of Southern California, May 1989

“Coalition Government and Comparative Constitutional Design”. With Hulya Eraslan and Antonio Merlo. 2001. forthcoming. European Economic Review.
“Elections, Governments, and Parliaments in Proportional Representation Systems.” with David P. Baron. 2001. Quarterly Journal of Economics. 2001 (August): 933-967.
“Government Turnover in Parliamentary Democracies.” with Antonio Merlo. Journal of Economic Theory. 2000. 94: 46-79.
“Cabinet Terminations and Critical Events.” with Randy Stevenson. American Political Science Review. 2000. 94(3): 627-640.
"Information and Congressional Hearings." with Timothy J. Feddersen. American Journal of Political Science. 2000. 44(1):51-65.
"Bicameralism and Its Consequences for the Internal Orgainzation of Legislatures." with Roger B. Myerson. American Economic Review. 1999. 89(5):1182-1196.
“Cabinet Survival and Competing Risks,” with Randy Stevenson. American Journal of Political Science. 1999: 43(5):1051-1098.
"Cohesion in Legislatures and the Vote of Confidence Procedure." with Timothy J. Feddersen. American Political Science Review. 1998. 92(3):611-621.
"The Duration of Cabinet Formation Processes in Western Multi Party Democracies," with Peter van Roozendaal. British Journal of Political Science. 1998. 28:609-626.
“Comparing Constitutions: Cohesion and Distribution in Legislatures. with Timothy J. Feddersen. European Economic Review. 1998. 42 (3-5):665-672.
"Rational Choice and the Role of Theory in Political Science," Critical Review 9(1 2):59-70. 1995. Reprinted in Friedman, Jeffrey (ed.), The Rational Choice Controversy: Ya1e UP. 1996.
"Commitment, Deference, and Legislative Institutions," American Political Science Review 89(2):344 355,1995.


“Recovering Behavioralism: Adaptively Rational Strategic Behavior with Endogenous Asporations.” With Jonathan Bendor and Michael M. Ting. (forthcoming: Ken Kollman and Scott Page, eds.: Computational Poiltical Economy. University of Michigan Press).

“Aspiration-Based Adaptation in Games.” With Jonathan Bendor and Michael M. Ting. (forthcoming: David Sachar, ed. Proceedings of the Workshop on Agent Simulation: Applications, Models, and Tools. Argonne National Laboratory).
“Comment on Michael Chwe “Is Communal Violence Generally Susceptible to Contagion Effects?” (forthcoming: Carol Graham, Brookings and John Steinbruner, eds.: Dynamics of Communal Violence. The Brookings Institution).
"Credibility and Commitment: The Case of Property Rights," with Joe1 Ericson, Timothy Frye, and Steve Lewis, in Weimer, David ed., The Political Economy of Property Rights. Cambridge UP.1997.
"Spieltheoretische Modelle in der Theorie der Politik" (Game Theoretic Models in the Theory of Politics) [in German], in Druwe, Ulrich and Volker Kunz (eds.), Handlungs- und Entscheidungstheorie in der Politikwissenschaft: Eine Einfuehrung in Konzepte und Forschungsstand. Leske+Budrich. 1996.


“Review of ‘Why Parties?’ by John H. Aldrich” [in German]. Politische Vierteljahresschrift. 1997 (4):886-888.


“Institutionalism as a Methodology” with Keith Krehbiel. Mimeo. Stanford University GSB. December 2001.

“Spontaneous Coordination in Large Population Games with Persistent Randomness”. June 1996 (revised July 2001).
“A Behavioral Model of Turnout” With Jonathan Bendor and Michael M. Ting. Mimeo. Stanford University. February 2000.
“Coordination in Turnout Games.” With Jan Van Mieghem. CMSEMS Discussion paper No. 1309. Northwestern University. August 2000
“Spontaneous Collective Action.” With Jan Van Mieghem. CMSEMS Discussion paper No. 1302. Northwestern University. November 2000.
“A Structural Model of Government Formation,” with Antonio Merlo and Hulya Eraslan. May 1999. Revised December 2001.
"An Empirical Investigation of Coalitional Bargaining Procedures," with Antonio Merlo. Mimeo. January 1999. Revised October 2001.
“Explanatory Concepts in Formal Political Theory,” Mimeo. Stanford University. June 1997.


“Ergodicity in Models of Adaptive Behavior with Endogenous Aspirations” with Jon Bendor and Michael Ting. Mimeo. Stanford University GSB


Essays on Legislative Institutions, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Rochester, March 1995.
Die Rolle rationalen Entscheidens in modernen Gerechtigkeitstheorien, (Decision Theory and Contemporary Theories of Justice) [in German] Master's Thesis, University of Munich, Germany, April 1990.

“Proportionality versus Perfectness: Experiments in Majoritarian Bargaining,” With Rebecca Morton. Mimeo. January 1998.

“Cohesion in Legislatures: Procedural and Policy Coalitions” With Timothy J. Feddersen. Mimeo. June 1995.
“Bargaining, Veto Power, and Legislative Committees. With Roger B. Myerson. May 1994. CMSEMS working paper No. 1089. Northwestern University.

Shell and Greenpeace (A), (B), and (C) (1995). Reprinted in David Baron. Management and its Environment 3rd Edition. Prentice Hall 1999.
The EU Carbon Tax (1995) (with David P. Baron, and Daniel Kessler). Reprinted in David Baron. Management and its Environment 3rd Edition. Prentice Hall 1999.
VIAG and the German Nuclear Power Industry (1999) (with Jens Roedel)
Disney and the Copyright for Mickey Mouse (2000)


Princeton Online Democracy Project, May 1999 (with Timothy J. Feddersen and Princeton University Information Technology)
Electionware, January 2000 (with Timothy J. Feddersen and Chris Karr)

Ayeware, December 2001 (with Timothy J. Feddersen and Northwestern University Academic Technologies)

American Economic Review, American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, British Journal of Political Science, Econometrica, Economics and Politics, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Theoretical Politics, Management Science, National Science Foundation, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Rationality and Society, The Review of Economics and Statistics, The Review of Economic Studies, Social Choice and Welfare.

Kellogg Graduate School of Management

Strategic Management in Non Market Environments (MBA level) (1997-)

Management of Political Risk and Government Relation (Executive Education) (1998-)

Societal Environment of Management (EMP-program) (1999-)

Graduate School of Business, Stanford University,

Foundations of Political Economy (Ph.D. level) (1994 97)

Management in Non Market Environments (MBA level) (1994 97)
Department of Political Science, Northwestern University

Western European Politics (Spring 1994)

Wallis Institute of Political Economy, University of Rochester

Introduction to Game Theory (Fall 1992)

Department of Political Science, University of Rochester

Mathematical Models (Fall 1991)

American Politics (Spring 1992)

Comparative Politics (Fall 1992)

National Civil Service Conscript: Altenhilfe of Gegenseitigkeit, Munich, Germany, August 1984   April 1986

L.G. Lavengood Professor of the Year Award - Kellogg School of Management, June 2001
Robert H. Duerr Award for Best Paper Applying Quantitative Methods to Substantive Problem (with Jon Bendor and Mike Ting) for “A Behavioral Model of Turnout”, April 2001
Best Teacher Award - WHU - Kellogg Executive MBA Program, October, 2000.
Sidney J. Levy Teaching Award, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, June 1999.
Unsung Hero Award For An Outstanding Contribution To Students, Graduate Management Association, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, June 1998.
Pre Dissertation Visiting Fellowship, Northwestern University, October 1993 – June 1994.
Annual Department Graduate Teaching Award, University of Rochester, August 1993.
Quadrille Ball Fellowship, Institute of International Education, New York, September 1992.
Rush Rhees Fellowship, University of Rochester, September 1991.
Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, University of Southern California, May 1989
Konrad Adenauer Foundation United States Fellowship, September 1988.
Konrad Adenauer Foundation Fellowship for Outstanding Students, May 1986 May 1990.

German (native language)

Latin (Latinum)

French (fair)

Greek (Homeric and Attic) (fair)


127 Bertling Lane

Winnetka, IL 60093

Tel: 847-491-8338 (W)

847-501-2909 (H)

Email: (W)

Date of birth: December 8, 1949.
Marital Status: Married, with two children
Citizenship: U.S.A.
Current Position:
Chicago Mercantile Exchange Distinguishded Professor of Finance, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University., 1997+

Director, Financial Institutions and Markets Research Center, Kellogg School of Management, 2001+

Past Positions
Piper Jaffray Professor of Finance, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, 1993-1997.
Visiting Professor, Finance Department, School of Business and Management, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, 1994 to 1995.
Associate Professor, Finance Department, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, 1989 to 1993.
Assistant Professor, Finance Department, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, 1983 to 1989
Visiting Assistant Professor, Finance and Insurance Department, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, 1986 to 1988.

Research Interests:
Pricing of Financial Assets, Financial Markets and Institutions, and Portfolio Performance Evaluation.
Professional Service
Member, Advisory Group on Share Based Compensation, International Accounting Standards Board, 2002+

Director, American Finance Association, 1998-00; 2002-2004.

Vice-President, Society for Financial Studies, 1999-2002.

Director, Western Finance Association, 1997-00.

Current Editorial positions:

Editor, Finance Section, Management Science,2001+

Associate Editor, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 1994+

Associate Editor, Financial Management, 1999+

Past Editorial Positions:
Executive Editor, Review of Financial Studies, 1996-99

Associate Editor, The Journal of Finance, 1994-1996.

Editor, Review of Financial Studies, 1994-96.
Ph.D. in Financial Economics (1983)

Carnegie-Mellon University

M.S. in Financial Economics (1981)

Carnegie-Mellon University

M.B.A. (1972)

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India

B.E. in Mechanical Engineering (1970)

University of Madras, India

Working Papers/ Research in Progress:
With Tongshu Ma, "Risk Reduction in Large Portfolios: Why Imposing the Wrong Constraints May Help?", manuscript, Winter 2002.
With Antonio da Silva: “Using Analysts Forecasts to Predict Dividends and Earnings”, manuscript, Winter 2002.
With John Boyd and Jian Hu, "The Stock Market’s Reaction to Unemployment News: Why Bad News May Some Times Be Good For Stocks?", Revised December 2001. Abstracted in Economic Intuition, Winter 2001; Business Week, February 12, 2001; New York times, May 20, 2001; Forbes, November 5, 01.
With Sudipto Dasgupta, "A rationale for using both stocks as well as options in executive compensation contracts", Notes.

Refereed Publications:
With Zhenyu Wang, “Empirical Evaluation of Asset Pricing Models: A Comparison of the SDF and Beta methods”, Forthcoming, Journal of Finance.
With Andrew Kaplin and Steve Guoqiang Sun, “An Evaluation of Multi-factor CIR Models Using LIBOR, Swap Rates, Cap and Swaption Prices”, Forthcoming, Journal of Econometrics.
With Gopal Basak and Guoqiang Sun, “A Test for Mean Variance Efficiency When Shortselling is Prohibited”, Forthcoming, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.
With Shaker Srinivasan, "Does product market competion reduce agency costs?", Forthcoming, Special Finance Issue of the North American Journal of Finance.
With Jane Saly and Steven J. Huddart, "Valuing the Reload Features of Executive Stock Options", Accounting Horizons, September 1999.
With Zhenyu Wang, "An Asympototic Theory For Estimating Beta-Pricing Models Using Cross-Sectional Regression", Journal of Finance, July 1998.
With Zhenyu Wang, "A note on the asymptotic covariance in

Fama-MacBeth regression", Journal of Finance, April 1998.

With Keiichi Kubota and Hitoshi Takehara, 'Relationship between labor-income risk and average return: Empirical evidence from the Japanese stock market", Journal of Business, July 1998.
With Murray Frank, "Why do stock prices drop by less than the value of the dividend? Evidence from a country without taxes", Journal of Financial Economics, Volume 47, Issue 2, February 1998.
With Lars Peter Hansen, "Assessing specification errors in stochastic discount factor models, Journal of Finance, June 1997
With Zhenyu Wang, "The Conditional CAPM and the Cross-section of Expected Returns", Journal of Finance, Vol 51, No. 1, March 1996
With John Boyd, "Ex-Dividend Price Behavior of Common Stocks", Review of Financial Studies, Vol. 7, Issue 4, 1994.
With Lawrence Glosten, "A Contingent Claims Framework for Analyzing the Performance of Portfolio Managers", Journal of Empirical Finance, 1, 1994, pages: 133-160.
With Lawrence Glosten and David Runkle, "On the relation between the expected value and the volatility of the nominal excess return on stocks", The Journal of Finance, Vol. 48, No.5, December 1993, pages: 1779-1801.
With Lars Peter Hansen, "Implications of security market data for models of dynamic economies", Journal of Political Economy, vol.99, no.2, 1991.
With Fumio Hayashi, "Ex-day behavior of Japanese stock prices: New insights from new methodology", Journal of Japanese and International Economies, 4, 1990.
With V. V. Chari and Larry E. Jones, "Price Stability and Futures Trading in Commodities," Quarterly Journal of Economics, May 1990.
With William Breen and Lawrence Glosten, "Economic Significance of Predictable Variations in Stock Index Returns", Journal of Finance, December 1989, Vol. 44, No.5.
With V. V. Chari, "Adverse Selection in a Model of Mortgage Lending", Journal of Finance, June 1989, Vol. 44, No. 2.
With Thomas R. Palfrey, "The Effects of Insider Trading Disclosures on Speculative Activity and Futures Prices", Economic Inquiry, 1989, Vol XXVII, No.3.
With V. V. Chari, "Banking Panics, Information and Rational Expectation Equilibrium," Journal of Finance, vol. 43, No. 3, July 1988.
With V. V. Chari and Aharon R. Ofer, "Seasonalities in Security Returns: the Case of Earnings Announcements," Journal of Financial Economics, vol 21, No.1, May 1988.
With Robert A. Korajczyk, "Assessing the Market Timing Performance of Managed Portfolios," Journal of Business, 59, #2, 1986.
With William Breen and Aharon R. Ofer, "Correcting for Heteroscedasticity in Tests for Market Timing Ability," Journal of Business, vol. 59, No. 4, Part 1, October 1986.
"An Investigation of Commodity Futures Prices Using the Consumption Based Intertemporal Capital Asset Pricing Model," Journal of Finance, March 1985.
"Call Options and the Risk of Underlying Securities," Journal of Financial Economics, 13 (1984).

Other Publications
With Anna Scherbina and Ellen McGrattan, “The Declining U.S. Equity Premium”, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Quarterly Review, Fall 2000.
With Narayana Kocherlakota, "Why Should Older People Invest Less in Stocks than Younger People?: An Economic Analysis of Financial Planners' Advice", Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Quarterly Review, Summer 1996.
Relation between the slopes of the conditional and unconditional mean-standard deviation frontiers of asset returns, 1996, Modern Portfolio Theory and Applications: Inquiries into Asset Valuation Problems, Edited by S. Saitou, K. Sawaki, and K. Kubota, Published by the Center for Academic Societies Japan, Osaka, pages: 1-8.
With Ellen McGrattan, The CAPM Debate, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Quarterly Review, Fall 1995.
With V.V.Chari, "The simple analytics of commodity futures markets: Do they stabilize prices? Do they raise welfare?", Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Quarterly Review, Summer 1990.
Book Chapters
With Arik Ben-Dor, “Style Analysis: Asset Allocation and Performance Evaluation”, to appear in the third edition of The Handbook of Equity Style Management, Edited by T. Daniel Coggin and Frank Fabozzi.

With Wayne E. Ferson, “Econometric Evaluation of Asset Pricing Models”, 1996, forthcoming in Handbook of Statistics, Vol 14: Statistical Methods in Finance, Edited by G.S. Maddala, Published by Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.

Teaching Material:
"Tutorial on Asset Allocation and Style Analysis", November 1999 (Developed by Antonio daSilva under my supervision).
"Tutorial on Valuation", November 1999 (Developed by Antonio daSilva under my supervision).
"Use of Monte Carlo methods to evaluate different investment strategies involving stocks", 1994 (Developed by Sid Arnason under my supervision).
With Sigurjon Th. Arnason, "Evaluating Executive Stock Options Using the Binomial Option Pricing Model", August 1994.

Book Reviews
Review of “Options: Theory, Strategy, and Applications” by Peter Ritchkin; Glenview, IL, Scott Foresman and Co., 1987 for the Journal of Finance

MBA Courses
Debt Markets, Options markets, Options and Futures markets, Investments, Financial Management, and Theory of Finance.
Ph.D. Students:

S. Maheswaran, Tom Nohel, Gahng Sohk Koh, Chandra Subramanya, Zhenyu Wang, Gary TeSelle, Guoqiang Sun, Yan Gao, and Anna Scherbina.

Elizabeth K. Keating

Kellogg School of Business

Department of Accounting Information and Management

Northwestern University

Evanston, IL 60208-2002

Work Phone: (847) 467-3343

Fax: (847) 467-1202

Home Phone: (847) 256-3086


Academic Work Experience

Kellogg School of Business, Northwestern University (1999-present)

• Assistant Professor of Accounting, teaching financial reporting and analysis and

conducting research on non-profit organizations

• Faculty Associate, Institute for Policy Research, Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and

Nonprofit Organization Program

• Instructor in the Executive Education Program of the Center for Nonprofit Management

• Sidney J. Levy Teaching Award, 2000- 2001

• Aspen Institute Non-profit Research Fund Grant Recipient, 2000

Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1995-1999)

• Research Assistant, conducted field research, completed case studies and developed

mathematical simulation models of process improvement and total quality management

• Instructor, designed and taught intensive one-week accounting course for incoming MBAs.

• Teaching assistant for financial and managerial accounting core course for executive MBAs,

managerial accounting, and advanced system dynamics

Institute for Not-for-Profit Management, Columbia University (1993-1999)

• Adjunct Faculty, developed and taught non-profit accounting course to middle managers.

Stern School of Management, New York University (1992-1994)

• Adjunct Faculty, taught introductory and intermediate accounting to undergraduates.


Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

Ph.D. in Management (specialization in Accounting) Summer 1999.

Dissertation: Performance Evaluation of U.S. Credit Unions
Stern School of Management, New York University, New York, NY

M.B.A. in Finance with High Distinction, May 1984.

Advanced Professional Certificates: Accounting 1990, Information System Auditing 1992.

Dartmouth College, Hanover NH

A. B. in Policy Studies, cum laude, with Highest Distinction in major, May 1981.

Business Experience

Krahmer Consulting Services, President (1989-1993)

• Provided financial advisory services non-profit organizations and commercial banks.

Clients included Debt-for-Development Foundation, The Doe Fund, Banque Paribas.

• Volunteer Trainer, taught accounting and volunteer management for the Support Center of

New York and the New York Junior League

Corporate Trainer, taught credit and consumer banking courses for Chase and Chemical Bank.

American International Group, A. I. Trade Finance, Assistant Vice President,

New York (1987-89)

Salomon Brothers Inc., Bank Stock Analyst, New York (1986-87)
Irving Trust Company, Credit Officer, New York and Frankfurt (1984-86)
Urban Business Assistance Corporation, VP of Education, New York (1983-84)

Licenses and Editorships

• Certified Public Accountant, State of Maryland, Licensed in 1991.

• Contributing Editor, The International Executive, 1989-1991
Honors and Awards
• AAA Government and Non-profit Section Best Dissertation Prize, 2000

• American Accounting Association, Government and Nonprofit Section Dissertation Grant, 1999

• American Accounting Association, Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1996

• Ida Greene Scholarship, awarded to select first-year MIT doctoral students

• Elijah Watts Sells Award Recipient (CPA examination scores in top 100), 1991

Published and Forthcoming Papers

• “The Internet Downturn: Finding Valuation Factors In Spring 2000” Forthcoming in Journal

of Accounting & Economics with Robert Magee and Thomas Lys.

• “Reengineering Nonprofit Financial Accountability: Toward a More Reliable Foundation for

Regulation” Forthcoming in Public Administration Review with Peter Frumkin.

• “Discussion of the Eyeballs Have It: Searching for the Value in Internet Stocks” Journal of

Accounting Research (Supplement) 2000.

• “Overcoming the Improvement Paradox,” with Rogelio Oliva, Nelson Repenning, Scott

Rockart, & John Sterman, Forthcoming European Management Journal.

• “A Dynamic Theory for Sustaining Process Improvement Teams in Product Development”

with R. Oliva. Forthcoming in Advances in Interdisciplinary Studies of Teams: Product

Development Teams, Vol. 5. Ed. M.M. Beyerlein & D.A. Johnson. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

• “Forfaiting: An European Edge in Trade Finance,” International Executive, Jan. 1990.

• “Getting U. S. Government Backing for Your Exports,” International Executive, March, 1990.

• “Analyzing Foreign Financial Statements,” International Executive, July, 1990.

Working Papers

• “The Price of Doing Good: Executive Compensation in Nonprofit Organizations” with Peter


• “The Single Audit Act: How Compliant are Not-for-Profit Organizations?” with Mary

Fischer, Teresa Gordon, and Janet Greenlee (under review at Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector


• “Assessing the Probability of Bankruptcy” with Stephen Hillegeist, Donald Cram, and Kyle


• “How to Assess Nonprofit Financial Measures” with Peter Frumkin

• “The Determinants and Implications of Audit Quality: A Self-Selection Analysis from the

U.S. Credit Union Industry” based on dissertation research

Works in Process

• “Auditor Selection and Adverse Audit Findings in Nonprofit Organizations” with Mary

Fischer, Teresa Gordon, and Janet Greenlee

• “Are Social Ratings Informative In Assessing Financial Performance, Stock Market Returns and Investor Mix?”

• “The Risks and Rewards of Nonprofit Revenue Concentration and Diversification” with

Peter Frumkin

• “What Does “Operating” Really Mean? An Analysis of the Financial Statements of Private

Colleges and Universities” with Mary Fischer, Teresa Gordon, and Janet Greenlee

• “A Review of Nonprofit Accounting Research” with Janet Greenlee

Case Studies

• “The Field Museum: Aligning Support Functions with Strategic Objectives,” 2002

• “Forecasting Earnings at McDonalds,” 2001

• “Assessing the Bankruptcy Probability at Xerox,” 2001

• “Cash Flow Management at,” 2000

• “Channel Stuffing at Mattel,” 2000

• “Megachem - Capital Budgeting involving Environmental Objectives,” 1999

• “Annual Budgeting at Phenix Federal Credit Union,” 1998

• “The New York City Audubon Society,” financial management teaching case, 1998

Professional Affiliations and Volunteer Activities

• Finance Committee, ARNOVA (2001-present)

• Member, Academy of Management, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants,

American Accounting Association, INFORMS

• Faculty Advisor, Habitat for Humanity Club, Northwestern University (1999-present)

• Research Computing Committee, Kellogg School of Management (1999-2001)

• Member of the Financial Task Force for the YMCA of America (2000-2001)

• Chairman, Sustainability Institute, Hartland, VT (1997-2000)

• Treasurer, New York City Audubon Society, Treasurer, (1992-94)

• Board Member, Service Program for Older People, (1992-94).

Presentations At Conventions, Symposia Or Seminars
“The Internet Downturn: Finding Valuation Factors In Spring 2000” with Robert Magee and

Thomas Lys presented by Keating at Kellogg School of Management and presented by Magee at 2001 conference of the Journal of Accounting and Economics, the University of Illinois at

Chicago, and 2001 Annual Meeting of American Accounting Association
“Reengineering Nonprofit Financial Accountability: Toward a More Reliable Foundation for

Regulation” with Peter Frumkin presented by Keating at Public Economics Seminar,

Northwestern University, 2000 ARNOVA conference, 2001 Annual meeting of the American

Accounting Association, and 2001 Midwest meeting of the America Accounting Association,

and by Frumkin at 2001 APPAM
“The Single Audit Act: How Compliant are Not-for-Profit Organizations?” with Mary Fischer,

Teresa Gordon, and Janet Greenlee presented by Keating at 2001 ARNOVA, 2002 Midyear

meeting of the Government and Nonprofit Section of the American Accounting Association
“Nonprofit Telemarketing: An Analysis of 3-Years of Fundraising Performance” presented to

the 2001 National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO) Conference

“Do Nonprofits Benefit from Discretionary Cost Allocations?” with Ray Fisman (in conjunction with a 2001 NBER project "Economic Analysis for Not-for-Profit Firms and Organizations")
“Nonprofit and Governmental Accounting Research” presented jointly with Janet Greenlee and

Paul Copley as an all-day CPE seminar at the 2001 Annual Meeting of the American

Accounting Association
“Nonprofit and Governmental Auditing Research” to be presented as a half-day CPE seminar at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the American Accounting Association
“The Determinants and Implications of Audit Choice: A Self-Selection Analysis from the U. S.

Credit Union Industry” presented at: Baruch CUNY, Boston University, Harvard Business

School, Kennedy School of Government, University of Minnesota, Northwestern University,

MIT, Stanford University, and University of Wisconsin, and the 1999 American Accounting

Association Annual Meeting.
“A Dynamic Theory for Sustaining Process Improvement Teams in Product Development” with Rogelio Oliva presented by Keating to the American Society for Quality Control, 51st Annual Quality Congress, Orlando, FL, 1997, Fifth Annual Conference on Work Teams sponsored by University of North Texas, 1997

“Overcoming the Improvement Paradox,” with Rogelio Oliva, Nelson Repenning, Scott

Rockart, & John Sterman presented by Keaitng at International System Dynamics Conference,

plenary session, Boston, MA, 1996.

Ad hoc Referee

• The Accounting Review

• Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance

• The Financial Review

• Journal of Financial Intermediation

• Ecological Economics

• AAA Annual Conference (Financial Accounting and Government and Nonprofit Accounting)

• System Dynamics Conference

Advisor on Independent Studies, Theses, and Dissertations

• Dissertation Advisor to Emre Karaoglu, topic: securitizations (2000-present)

• Dissertation Advisor to Michael Faulkender, topic: corporate finance (2000-present)

• Undergraduate Honors Thesis Advisor for Yen Ming, topic: internet firms (2000-2001)

• MBA Independent Study Advisor for Robert Caton, topic: nonprofit ratings and standards (2000)

• MBA Independent Study Advisor for Sacha Litman, topic: nonprofit capital budgeting (2000)

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