Joshua Madsen
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Joshua Madsen

Assistant Professor
Accounting Department

Education

  • PhD 2013
    Business Administration University of Chicago

  • MAcc 2007
    Accounting Brigham Young University

  • BA/BS 2007
    Economics and Accounting Brigham Young University

Expertise

  • Financial disclosure
  • Supply chains
  • Limited Attention
  • Advertising

Joshua Madsen is an assistant professor of accounting and teaches intermediate accounting for undergraduate accounting and finance majors. His research focuses on the effect of financial disclosure on the dissemination of information. Professor Madsen received a Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in 2013. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 2007 with bachelor degrees in accounting and economics, and a masters degree in accounting.

Selected Works

Anticipated Earnings Announcements and the Customer-Supplier Anomaly
Do Weather-Induced Moods Affect the Processing of Earnings News?
Is Investor Attention for Sale? The Role of Advertising in Financial Markets
Economic Consequences of Risk and Ability Disclosures: Evidence from Crowdfunding
Practice Makes Perfect: Judge Experience and Bankruptcy Outcomes
Regulatory Treatment of Changes in Fair Value and the Composition of Banks' Investment Portfolios

Current Activities