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CAROL A - Zicklin School of Business - CUNY

CAROL A. MARQUARDT

Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business

City University of New York

One Bernard Baruch Way, VC12-265

New York, NY 10010

carol.marquardt@baruch.cuny.edu

(646) 312-3241

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Baruch College, City University of New York, New York, NY

Professor of Accountancy, 2012 – present

Associate Professor of Accountancy, 2006 – 2011 (tenure granted in 2006)

New York University, Stern School of Business, New York, NY

Assistant Professor of Accounting, 1998 – 2006

Visiting Assistant Professor of Accounting, 1997 – 1998

Washington University, Olin School of Business, St. Louis, MO

Assistant Professor of Accounting, 1996 – 1997

Cornell University, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Ithaca, NY

Lecturer, Spring 1993 and Fall 1995

EDUCATION

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Doctor of Philosophy in Accounting, August 1997

Minors: Finance, Statistics

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Master of Science in Management, August 1995

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Master of Accounting, May 1990

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Bachelor of Arts, August 1988

Major: English Literature

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Determinants and implications of corporate financial reporting strategy

TEACHING INTERESTS

Introductory Financial Accounting

Intermediate Financial Accounting

Advanced Financial Accounting

Financial Statement Analysis


REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

1. C. Marquardt and E. Zur. 2013. The role of accounting quality in the M&A market.

Forthcoming in Management Science.

2. R. Huang, C. Marquardt, and B. Zhang. 2013. Why do managers avoid EPS dilution?

Evidence from debt-equity choice. Forthcoming in Review of Accounting Studies.

3. K. Kolev, C. Marquardt, and S. McVay. 2008. SEC scrutiny and the evolution of non-GAAP

reporting. The Accounting Review, Vol. 83, No. 1 (Jan): 157-184.

4. C. Marquardt and C.I. Wiedman. 2007. Economic consequences of financial reporting

changes: Diluted EPS and contingent convertible securities. Review of Accounting

Studies, Vol. 12, No. 4 (Dec): 487-523.

5. C. Marquardt and C. Wiedman. 2007. Disclosure, incentives, and contingently convertible

securities. Accounting Horizons, Vol. 21, No. 3 (Sept): 281-294.

6. A. Klein and C.A. Marquardt. 2006. Fundamentals of accounting losses. The Accounting

Review, Vol. 81, No. 1 (Jan):179-206.

7. C. Marquardt and C. Wiedman. 2005. Earnings management and transaction structuring:

Contingent convertible debt and diluted EPS. Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 43,

No. 2 (May): 205-243.

‣ Winner of the Best Paper Award for 2007 by the Financial Accounting and

Reporting Section (FARS) of the American Accounting Association (AAA).

8. B. A. Lougee and C. A. Marquardt. 2004. Earnings informativeness and strategic disclosure:

An empirical examination of ‘pro forma’ earnings. The Accounting Review, Vol. 79,

No. 3 (Jul): 769-795.

9. C. A. Marquardt and C. I. Wiedman. 2004. How are earnings managed? An examination of

specific accruals. Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 21, No. 2 (Summer): 461-

491.

10. C. Marquardt and C. Wiedman. 2004. The effect of earnings management on the value

relevance of accounting information. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting,

April/May, pp. 297-332.

11. C. A. Marquardt. 2002. The cost of employee stock option grants: An empirical analysis.

Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 40, No. 4 (Sept): 1191-1217.

12. S. Balsam, E. Bartov, and C. Marquardt. 2002. Accrual management, investor

sophistication, and equity valuation: Evidence from 10-Q filings. Journal of Accounting

Research, Vol. 40, No. 4 (Sept): 987-1012.


REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (continued)

13. C. A. Marquardt and C. I. Wiedman. 1998. Voluntary disclosure, information asymmetry,

and insider selling through secondary equity offerings. Contemporary Accounting

Research, Vol. 15, No. 4 (Winter): 505-537.

WORKING PAPERS

“A Lobbying Approach to Evaluating the Whistleblower Provisions in the Dodd-Frank Reform

Act of 2010,” with V. Baloria and C. Wiedman

“Using Sales Revenue as a Performance Measure” with R. Huang and B. Zhang

“The Effect of Voluntary Clawback Adoption on Non-GAAP Reporting” with H. Kyung and

H. Lee

REFEREED CONFERENCES

AAA Management Accounting Section Mid-Year Meeting, Jan, 2014 (scheduled)

-- Using Sales Revenue as a Performance Measure

American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August 2012

-- A Lobbying Approach to Evaluating the Whistleblower Provisions in the Dodd-Frank

Reform Act of 2010

Canadian Academic Accounting Association 2012 Annual Meeting

-- A Lobbying Approach to Evaluating the Whistleblower Provisions in the Dodd-Frank

Reform Act of 2010 (presented by V. Baloria)

AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Mid-Year Meeting, Jan. 2012

-- A Lobbying Approach to Evaluating the Whistleblower Provisions in the Dodd-Frank

Reform Act of 2010 (presented by V. Baloria)

AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Mid-Year Meeting, Jan. 2011

-- The Role of Accounting Quality in the M&A Market”

Journal of Accounting Research Conference, May 2010

-- Why Do Managers Avoid EPS Dilution?

European Accounting Association Annual Congress, May 2010

-- Why Do Managers Avoid EPS Dilution?

AAA Financial Accounting and Reporting Section Mid-Year Meeting, Jan. 2010

-- Why Do Managers Avoid EPS Dilution? (presented by Bo Zhang)

20 th Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting, Nov. 2009

-- Why Do Managers Avoid EPS Dilution? (presented by Rong Huang)

American Accounting Association 2008 Annual Meeting

-- EPS Dilution, Incentive Compensation, and Capital Structure (presented by Bo Zhang)

8 th Annual University of Utah Winter Accounting Conference, Feb. 2008

-- Managing EPS through Accelerated Share Repurchases: Compensation Versus Capital

Market Incentives (presented by Susan Young)

American Accounting Association 2007 Annual Meeting

-- Managing EPS through Accelerated Share Repurchases: Compensation Versus Capital

Market Incentives (presented by Susan Young)

American Accounting Association 2006 Annual Meeting

-- SEC Scrutiny and the Evolution of Non-GAAP Reporting (presented by Kalin Kolev)


REFEREED CONFERENCES (continued)

American Accounting Association 2005 Annual Meeting

-- Economic Consequences of Regulation in Financial Reporting: The Case of

Contingent Convertible Securities

Canadian Academic Accounting Association 2005 Annual Meeting

-- Economic Consequences of Regulation in Financial Reporting: The Case of

Contingent Convertible Securities (presented by Christine Wiedman)

American Accounting Association 2004 Annual Meeting

-- Earnings Management and Transaction Structuring: Contingent Convertible Debt and

Diluted EPS

Journal of Accounting Research Conference, May 2004

-- Earnings Management and Transaction Structuring: Contingent Convertible Debt and

Diluted EPS

4 th Annual University of Utah Winter Accounting Conference, Feb. 2004

-- Earnings Management and Transaction Structuring: Contingent Convertible Debt and

Diluted EPS

13th Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting, Nov. 2002

-- Earnings Quality and Strategic Disclosure: An Empirical Examination of ‘Pro Forma’

Earnings

American Accounting Association 2002 Annual Meeting

-- Earnings Quality and Strategic Disclosure: An Empirical Examination of ‘Pro Forma’

Earnings

American Accounting Association 2001 Annual Meeting

-- Can Economic Factors Explain the Rise in Accounting Losses Over Time? (presented

by April Klein)

-- How are Earnings Managed? An Examination of Specific Accruals (presented by

Christine Wiedman)

American Accounting Association 2000 Annual Meeting

-- Accrual Management, Investor Sophistication, and Equity Valuation: Evidence from

10-Q Filings

11th Annual Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting, Oct. 2000

-- Accrual Management, Investor Sophistication, and Equity Valuation: Evidence from

10-Q Filings (presented by Steve Balsam)

Contemporary Accounting Research Conference, Oct. 1998

-- Voluntary Disclosure, Information Asymmetry, and Insider Selling through Secondary

Equity Offerings (presented by Christine Wiedman)

American Accounting Association 1997 Annual Meeting

-- The Reliability of Employee Stock Option Fair Value Disclosures Under SFAS 123

American Accounting Association 1994 Annual Meeting

-- Voluntary Disclosure, Information Asymmetry, and Insider Selling through Secondary

Equity Offerings

ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

University of Alberta; University of Arizona (1996 and 2005);

Baruch College, CUNY (1999 and 2005); Boston College;

University of California – Berkeley; University of California – Irvine (2001 and 2006);


ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS (continued)

University of California – Los Angeles; University of Chicago;

Columbia/NYU Joint Workshop; University of Connecticut (2003 and 2005);

Cornell University (1995 and 2003); Duke University; University of Florida;

George Washington University; Harvard University;

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; University of Illinois;

Indiana University; University of Iowa; Laval University; Lehigh University;

London Business School; University of Minnesota;

Massachusetts Institute of Technology;

New York University (1997, 1999, 2000, and 2001); Northwestern University;

University of North Carolina – Charlotte; University of Notre Dame;

Ohio State University; University of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania State University (1996

and 2005); Purdue University; Queens University; University of Rochester;

Rutgers University (2000, 2005, and 2010); Securities and Exchange Commission;

University of Southern California (1996 and 2007); Stanford University;

Stanford Summer Camp; SUNY – Binghamton; SUNY – Buffalo;

Temple University; Texas A&M; University of Texas – Austin;

University of Texas – Dallas; University of Virginia; University of Washington;

Washington University at St. Louis; University of Waterloo;

University of Wisconsin – Madison; Yale University

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Baruch College

Undergraduate: Advanced Financial Accounting; Introductory Financial Accounting;

Financial Statement Analysis

PhD: Seminar in Empirical Financial Accounting Research

New York University

Undergraduate: Introductory Financial Accounting

MBA: Financial Accounting and Reporting; Financial Statement Analysis

Washington University

Undergraduate: Intermediate Financial Accounting

Cornell University

Graduate (non-MBA): Introductory Financial Accounting

SERVICE

Baruch College

Department of Accountancy Executive Committee, 2008-present

PhD Program Executive Committee, 2006-present

Recruiting Committee, 2006-present

Faculty Mentor, CFA Challenge, 2013-14

Zicklin Undergraduate Honors Program Board of Advisors, 2012-present

Zicklin School of Business Executive Committee, 2010-2013

PhD Admissions Committee, 2007-2012

PSC-CUNY Grant Award Business Review Panel, 2008-09 and 2009-10

Planning Committee for Saxe Lecture, 2006-2012

Faculty Mentor, PWC Case Competition, 2007


SERVICE (continued)

Baruch College

Oxford Debate Faculty Representative, 2007

Dissertation Committee – Jason Chiu (degree conferred 2009)

Dissertation Committee – Robert Pawlewicz (degree conferred 2011)

Dissertation Committee – Ping Wang (degree conferred 2011)

Dissertation Committee – Bo Zhang (chair, degree conferred 2012)

Dissertation Committee – Hakyin Lee (chair, degree conferred 2012)

Dissertation Committee – Anna Brown (degree expected 2014)

Dissertation Committee – Hangsoo Kyung (degree expected 2014)

New York University

Departmental Review Committee, 2000

Dean Candidate Evaluation Committee (Junior Faculty), 2002

Workshop Series Coordinator, 2002-03 and 2004-05

Dissertation Committee – Rose Marie Clarke (degree conferred 2000)

Dissertation Committee – Theresa Henry (degree conferred 2002)

Dissertation Committee – Yonca Ertimur (degree conferred 2003)

Dissertation Committee – Jenny Tucker (degree conferred 2004)

To the Academic Community

Editorial Advisory and Review Board, The Accounting Review (2005 - present)

Ad hoc reviewer for Accounting Horizons; Contemporary Accounting Research;

Econometrica; Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance;

Journal of Accounting and Economics;

Journal of Accounting and Public Policy; Journal of Accounting Research;

Journal of Business Finance and Accounting; Journal of Business Research;

Managerial Finance; Review of Accounting Studies; The Accounting Review

AAA FARS Mid-Year Conference Program Committee, 2010-11 and 2012-13

AAA FARS Best Dissertation Award Committee, 2011-12

AAA Annual Meeting Program Committee (FARS): 2008-09

AAA New Faculty Consortium Group Leader: 2007 and 2008

AAA FARS Best Paper Award Committee: 2004-05, 2005-06, and 2007-08

AAA SEC Liaison Committee: 2005-06

AAA Notable Contribution to Accounting Literature Award Committee:

2003-04 and 2004-05

Ad hoc reviewer for AAA Annual Meeting: 1999 – 2010

Ad hoc reviewer for FARS Mid-Year Conference: 2003 – 2010

Session Chair, FARS Mid-Year Conference, 2006

Session Chair, 16 th Annual FEA Conference, UNC, 2005

Senior Scholar, AAA Annual Meeting, 2006

Discussant, AAA Annual Meeting, 2006 – 2009

Discussant, 18 th Annual FEA Conference, NYU, 2007

Discussant, 7 th Annual University of Utah Winter Conference, 2007

Discussant, FARS Mid-Year Conference, 2006, 2007, and 2011

Discussant, 15 th Annual FEA Conference, USC, 2004


SERVICE (continued)

To the Academic Community

Discussant, Baruch-Columbia-NYU-Rutgers Accounting Mini-Conference, 2004

Discussant, 14 th Annual FEA Conference, Indiana University, 2003

Moderator, AAA Annual Meeting, 2002 and 2009

HONORS

Baruch College Teaching Excellence Award, 2012

Baruch College Alumni Association Faculty Service Award, 2011

American Accounting Association (FARS) Best Paper Award, 2007

Invited Participant, Journal of Accounting and Economics Conference, 2004 – 2010

Invited Participant/Presenter, Journal of Accounting Research Conference, 2004 and 2010

Invited Participant, Review of Accounting Studies Conference, 2005 and 2008

Invited Participant, AAA/FASB Financial Reporting Issues Conference, 2005

Invited Participant, Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance Conference, 1997-2010

Invited Participant, Contemporary Accounting Research Conference, 1997-1998, 2006

Arthur Andersen Dissertation Fellowship, 1995

American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1994

Cornell University Tuition Scholarship, 1990-94

American Accounting Association Doctoral Fellowship, 1990

Beta Alpha Psi, 1989-90; Society of Women Accountants Scholarship, 1989

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