Natalie Berfeld is an Assistant Professor at the Carroll School of Management.
Her research interests are in financial accounting, auditing, and disclosure. She is broadly interested in studying the economic forces that shape firms' disclosure behavior and consequences, including the role of auditors as intermediaries and private firm stakeholders as drivers of reporting outcomes. In her dissertation, Natalie examines the role of auditors in monitoring their clients’ fair value measurements and disclosures.
Before pursuing her graduate studies, Natalie worked as an actuary at a large multinational insurance company and earned her Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries (FSA).