Iman Sheibany

Iman Sheibany

PhD Candidate
Accounting Department

Education:

  • MS 2008
    Financial Engineering University of Michigan
  • MS 2011
    Financial Economics Texas A&M University
  • PhD 2012-2018 (Expected)
    Accounting University of Minnesota

Expertise:

  • Research Interests: Implications of Corporate Disclosures for the Capital Markets, Debt Contracting, Macro-Accounting, Information Economics, Asset Pricing, Corporate Governance
  • Teaching Interests: Financial and Managerial Accounting

Selected Works & Activities.

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  • Thesis/Dissertation
    Informational Costs and Contractual Benefits of Conservatism for Bond Investors
  • Working Papers
    Macroeconomic Shocks, Monetary Policy, and Aggregate Price Response to Earnings
  • Working Papers
    Conservatism, Cost of Capital, and the Architecture of Financial System (with Chao Tang)
  • Courses: ACCT 2050 - Introduction to Financial Reporting (Avg Teaching Evaluation: 5.23/6.0)

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