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Wendy Rotenberg

Wendy Rotenberg

Professor, Accounting and Finance

Degrees:

PhD University of Toronto
MBA University of Toronto
BA University of Toronto

Phone:

416-978-2664

Bio

Wendy Rotenberg is a Professor of Finance and Accounting at Rotman.   Her teaching and research interests include Financial Management, Corporate Restructuring, and International Accounting and Finance.


Academic Positions

  • 2004-present

    Professor, Accounting and Finance, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

  • 1992-2004

    Associate Professor, Accounting and Finance, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

  • 1990-1992

    Assistant Professor, University of Toronto

  • 1987-1990

    Assistant Professor, McMaster University

  • 1985-1987

    Lecturer, McMaster University

  • 1985, 1984

    Instructor, Commerce and Finance Program, University of Toronto

Selected Publications - Papers

  • The Real Effects of Real Earnings Management: Evidence from Innovation

    Bereskin, Frederik, P. Hsu and W. Rotenberg

    Contemporary Accounting Research

  • The Real Effects of Real Earnings Management: Evidence from Innovation

    Bereskin, Frederik, P. Hsu and W. Rotenberg

    Contemporary Accounting Research

  • Working Capital Management, the Credit Crisis, and Hedging Strategies: Canadian Evidence

    R. Kieschnick and W. Rotenberg

    Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting

    Issue:27(2)

    2016

    Pages: pp. 208-232

  • Mitigation of U.S. Home Bias in the Valuation of Canadian Natural Resource Firms: Choice of Reporting and Transaction Currency

    W. Rotenberg

    Multinational Finance Journal

    Issue:17 (3&4)

    2013

    Pages: pp. 201-242

  • Determinants of Financial Distress and Bankruptcy in Highly Levered Transactions

    P. Halpern, R. Kieschnick and W. Rotenebrg

    The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance

    Issue:Volume 49

    2009

    Pages: 772-783

  • Managerial Shareholdings, Firm Value and Acquired Corporations

    P. Halpern, R. Kieschnick, and W. Rotenberg

    The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance

    Issue:Vol. 45, No. 4, September

    2005

    Pages: pp. 781-795

  • Accounting and Accounting Education in the People's Republic of China

    L. Chan and W. Rotenberg

    International Studies of Management and Organization

    Issue:Volume 29 No. 3 (Fall)

    1999

    Pages: pp.37

  • On the Heterogeneity of Leveraged Going Private Transactions

    P. Halpern, R. Kieschnick and W. Rotenberg

    Review of Financial Studies

    Issue:Volume 12 No. 2 (Summer)

    1999

    Pages: pp.281-309

  • Accounting in China

    L. Chan, R. Harris, and W. Rotenberg

    in Modern Taxation in China, ed., D. Brean, Routledge, New York

    1998

    Pages: pp.285-301

  • Harmonization of Foreign Currency Translation Practices: Canadian Treatment of Long Term Monetary Items

    W. Rotenberg

    International Journal of Accounting

    Issue:Volume 33, No. 4

    1998

    Pages: pp.415-431

  • The Course of Development of Chinese Accountants System and its Economic Restructuring

    L. Chan, Y. Che and W. Rotenberg

    International Business Review

    Issue:Volume 7 No. 2 April

    1998

    Pages: pp.3-8 (in Chinese)

  • Instructional Case: Great Lakes Forest Products

    L. Booth and W. Rotenberg

    Accounting Education

    Issue:5 (4)

    1996

    Pages: pp. 341-366

  • Different Strokes

    W. Rotenberg

    CA Magazine

    Issue:(April)

    1995

    Pages: pp. 40-45

  • Discussion of the Voluntary Inclusion of Forecasts in the MD&A Section of Annual Reports

    W. Rotenberg

    Contemporary Accounting Research

    Issue:Vol. 11, No. 1 (Fall)

    1994

    Pages: pp. 489-496

  • Further Evidence on Corporate Preferences for Foreign Currency Accounting Standards

    L. Booth and W. Rotenberg

    Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting

    Issue:Vol. 3, No. 2 (Summer)

    1991

    Pages: pp. 133-159

  • The Valuation of Initial Public Offerings: The Small Firm Case

    I. Krinsky and W. Rotenberg

    Advances in Small Business Finance, R. Yazdipour (Ed.) (Norwell MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers)

    1991

    Pages: pp. 1-18

  • Assessing Foreign Exchange Exposure: Theory and Application Using Canadian Firms

    L. Booth and W. Rotenberg

    Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting

    Issue:Vol. 2, No. 1 (Spring)

    1990

    Pages: pp. 1-23

  • Characteristics of Canadian Firms Identifying Accounting Hedges for Foreign Debt

    W. Rotenberg

    Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences

    Issue:Vol. 6, No. 3 (September)

    1989

    Pages: pp. 24-30

  • Signaling and the Valuation of New Issues Revisited

    I. Krinsky and W. Rotenberg

    Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis

    Issue:Vol. 24, No. 2 (June)

    1989

    Pages: pp. 257-266

  • The Transition to Competitive Pricing on the Toronto Stock Exchange

    I. Krinsky and W. Rotenberg

    Canadian Public Policy

    Issue:Vol. 15, No. 2 (June)

    1989

    Pages: pp. 135-144

  • The Valuation of Initial Public Offerings

    I. Krinsky and W. Rotenberg

    Contemporary Accounting Research

    Issue:Vol. 5, No. 2 (Spring)

    1989

    Pages: pp. 501-515

  • Financial Distress in the Canadian Agricultural Sector: A Macro Analysis

    L. Chan and W. Rotenberg

    Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics

    Issue:Vol. 36 (November)

    1988

    Pages: pp. 531-538

  • Takeovers: A Synthesis

    I. Krinsky, W. Rotenberg and D. Thornton

    Journal of Accounting Literature

    Issue:Vol. 7 (December)

    1988

    Pages: pp. 243-279

Research and Teaching Interests

Research interests include international accounting, international financial management and corporate restructuring (IPO's, LBO's, Bankruptcy).

Teaching interests include Advanced Financial Accounting, Managerial Finance, and International Financial Management and Accounting.

Academic / Professional Service

  • 1996-2009

    Director of Commerce and Finance Programs,

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