Associate Professor of Accountancy
BA University of Wisconsin - Madison 1988 MAcc University of Arizona 1990 PhD Cornell University 1997
Areas of Expertise:
Determinants and implications of corporate financial reporting strategy.
K. Kolev, C. Marquardt, and S. McVay. 2008. SEC scrutiny and the evolution of non-GAAP reporting. Forthcoming in The Accounting Review.
C. Marquardt and C.I. Wiedman. 2007. Economic consequences of financial reporting changes: Diluted EPS and contingent convertible securities. Forthcoming in Review of Accounting Studies.
C. Marquardt and C. Wiedman. 2007. Disclosure, incentives, and contingently convertible securities. Forthcoming in Accounting Horizons.
A. Klein and C.A. Marquardt. 2006. Fundamentals of accounting losses. The Accounting Review, Vol. 81, No. 1 (Jan):179-206.
C. Marquardt and C. Wiedman. 2005. Earnings management and transaction structuring: Contingent convertible debt and diluted EPS. Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 43, No. 2 (May): 205-243.
B. A. Lougee and C. A. Marquardt. 2004. Earnings informativeness and strategic disclosure: An empirical examination of ‘pro forma’ earnings. The Accounting Review, Vol. 79, No. 3 (Jul): 769-795.
C. A. Marquardt and C. I. Wiedman. 2004. How are earnings managed? An examination of specific accruals. Contemporary Accounting Research, Vol. 21, No. 2 (Summer): 461-491.
C. A. Marquardt. 2002. The cost of employee stock option grants: An empirical analysis. Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 40, No. 4 (Sept): 1191-1217.
S. Balsam, E. Bartov, and C. Marquardt. 2002. Accrual management, investor sophistication, and equity valuation: Evidence from 10-Q filings. Journal of Accounting Research, Vol. 40, No. 4 (Sept): 987-1012.
Editorial Advisory and Review Board, The Accounting Review, 2005-present
Ad hoc reviewer for Accounting Horizons, Contemporary Accounting Research, Econometrica, Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance, Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, Review of Accounting Studies, and The Accounting Review