Associate Professor of Accounting
Rodrigo Verdi is an Associate Professor of Accounting at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Verdi has broad interest in capital markets research in accounting and finance. His past research investigates the economic consequences of financial reporting quality to investment efficiency and to the cost of capital. He also has studied the interaction between accounting information, voluntary disclosure, and market efficiency. Overall, Verdi’s research provides insights into the role of accounting information in corporate finance decisions and in capital markets behavior.
Verdi holds a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania.
General Expertise: Accounting; Accounting standards; Brazil; Capital markets; Corporate disclosure practices; Disclosure; Disclosure; Earnings quality; Financial regulation; Financial reporting
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