Ph.D. candidate in accounting at Columbia Business School
Ethan Rouen is a Ph.D. candidate in accounting at Columbia Business School. His dissertation research examines the relation between non-executive compensation and company behavior. He also is interested in how to measure the quality of the information being reported in financial statements, a subject for which he and his co-authors won a Best Paper award from the American Accounting Association. Before becoming an academic, he was a crime reporter for the New York Daily News.
Latest posts by Ethan Rouen
- Meaningless Measures of Corporate Income Inequality are a Missed Opportunity - January 30, 2017