Ole-Kristian Hope is the Deloitte Professor at Rotman. He teaches Commerce, MBA, and PhD courses in accounting. He has broad research interests in financial disclosure, financial reporting quality, corporate governance, analysts, valuation, auditing, private firms, corporate finance, and international business issues. He has published extensively in The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Accounting, Organizations, and Society, Contemporary Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, Management Science, and several other journals including JIBS, JCF, JAPP, JBFA, JMAR, JAAF, AH, etc. He has been awarded the Haim Falk Award for Distinguished Contribution to Accounting Thought, the American Accounting Association Best Dissertation Supervision Award (twice), the American Accounting Association Outstanding International Educator Award, the American Accounting Association Best Paper Award, and the American Accounting Association Outstanding International Dissertation Award, as well as several other awards. He has supervised a number of PhD students who are now teaching at top business schools. He is founder and organizer of the annual Scandinavian Accounting Research Conference and Doctoral Consortium. Hope’s research findings are regularly cited by leading media outlets (e.g., The Economist, Financial Times, and Wall Street Journal) and he regularly presents his research at workshops, conferences, and consortia around the world. Please see the posted CV for details.
Research and Teaching Interests
Financial disclosure, financial reporting quality, corporate governance, analysts, valuation, auditing, private firms, corporate finance, and international business issues