Aida Sijamic Wahid
Aida Sijamic Wahid is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of Toronto. Her research has focused on issues in corporate governance and accounting quality. Aida is interested in the role of external and internal governance mechanisms, such as board of directors, audit committees, auditors, active investors and regulators, in financial reporting quality and firm decision outcomes. Her research agenda is focused on understanding how and under what conditions these and other monitoring mechanisms, alone or combined, alleviate the agency problem and lead to the best financial reporting and firm performance outcomes, especially in the international setting.
|2012 - present ||Assistant Professor of Accounting; University of Toronto
|2004 - 2007 ||Senior Associate;PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Boston, MA
|2002 - 2004 ||Treasurer;Celent Communications LLC, Boston, MA
Selected Publications - Papers
- Admitting Mistakes: Home Country Effect on the Reliability of Restatement Reporting; with Suraj Srinivasan and Gwen Yu; The Accounting Review; Issue: 90(3); 2015
- Accounting Standards and International Portfolio Holdings; with Gwen Yu; The Accounting Review; Issue: 89(5); 2014
- Director Tenure Diversity and Board Monitoring Effectiveness; with Na Li; Contemporary Accounting Research, Forthcoming
- The Effects and the Mechanisms of Board Gender Diversity: Evidence from Financial Manipulation; Journal of Business Ethics, Forthcoming
Honors and Awards
|2016 ||Dean's Excellence Award; University of Toronto
|2015 ||Connaught New Researcher Award; University of Toronto
Research and Teaching Interests
Research interests: governance, financial reporting quality, international accounting issues, auditing.
Teaching interests: managerial accounting, auditing, financial accounting.
CPA (Active license), Massachusetts, 2005 - present
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