professor - accounting department
Ph.D., University of Rochester Simon School of Business
M.B.A., University of Rochester Simon School of Business, beta gamma sigma
B.A., University of Rochester, magna cum laude
Professor Amy Hutton teaches courses on Financial Accounting and Analysis and Corporate Disclosure. Prior to joining the Carroll School, she was a faculty member at the Tuck School of Business and the Harvard Business School. Professor Hutton's most recent research explores the relation between financial reporting opacity and crash risk, management reputation building, and the roles of various capital market intermediaries. As a result of her research, Hutton was named to the Congressional review board opining on the Securities Industry Association’s ‘best practices for equity research.’
Professor Hutton is an editor of the Accounting Review and has published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics, the Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, the Journal of Accounting Research, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Accounting Studies, the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance and the Harvard Business Review.
SELECTED APPOINTMENTS AND AWARDS
Recently, Professor Hutton won the Distinguished Contribution to Accounting Literature Award for her “Groundbreaking Research” which demonstrates how strong corporate governance combats earnings manipulation.
- “Do Managers Always Know Better? An Examination of the Relative Accuracy of Management and Analyst Forecasts” (with Lian Fen Lee and Susan Shu), forthcoming, Journal of Accounting Research.
- “Detecting Earnings Management – A New Approach” (with Patricia Dechow, Jung Hoon Kim and Richard Sloan), Journal of Accounting Research, May 2012.
- “Opaque Financial Reports, R-square, and Crash Risk” (with Alan Marcus and Hassan Tehranian), Journal of Financial Economics, October 2009.
From 2003-2007, Professor Hutton was a member of the board of directors of Bandag, Inc. where she served as chair of the Audit Committee.