J. Jeffrey Inman was elected Editor in Chief of the Journal of Consumer Research, the most prestigious journal focused on scholarly research that describes and explains consumer behavior.
PhD in Business Administration (Accounting) - University of Washington, 2016
Master of Science in Business Administration (Accounting) - University of Washington, 2015
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Accounting; Minor in Mathematics) - Ithaca College, 2008
CBA Introduction to Financial Accounting
Nicole joined the Katz School of Business in 2016 after receiving her PhD from the University of Washington. Prior to pursuing her PhD, Nicole worked as a hedge fund accountant at International Fund Services in New York after beginning her professional career on the Municipal Bond Sales and Trading desk at Merrill Lynch. Nicole received a Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy from Ithaca College in 2008.
Nicole Cade’s research focuses on individual judgment and decision-making in financial reporting. Nicole’s interest in this area grew out of her work experience in the financial services industry, first as a user of and then as a preparer of financial reports.
Nicole’s teaching interests include varying levels of financial accounting.
“Assets and Liabilities: When do they Exist?” (with Kim Ikuta-Mendoza and Lisa Koonce)
Accepted for presentation at the 2016 Contemporary Accounting Research Conference
Available for download at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2742336
"Investor Behavior and the Benefits of Dispersed Ownership" (with Darren Bernard and Frank Hodge)
Accepted in principle for the Journal of Accounting Research's Registration-based Editorial Process
“Corporate Social Media: How Two-Way Disclosure Channels Influence Investors”
Outstanding Emerging Scholar Manuscript Award (2015 AAA ABO Midyear Meeting)
Available for download at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2619249
“Do Video Disclosure Practices Enhance Reporting Credibility?” (with Kim Ikuta-Mendoza and Lisa Koonce)
Collecting additional data
“A Discussion of ‘Trust or Reciprocity? The Effect of Controls on Other-Regarding Behavior’” (with Sarah McVay)
Discussion presented at the 2015 Contemporary Accounting Research Conference
Submitted to Contemporary Accounting Research in December 2015
Nicole and her husband, Joe, enjoy exploring Pittsburgh’s different neighborhoods, attending sporting events, and trying new restaurants.