Carol Marquardt is Professor and Chair of the Stan Ross Department of Accountancy at City University of New York’s Baruch College. Prior to joining Baruch in 2006, Prof. Marquardt was an assistant professor at the Stern School of Business at New York University and the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis. Prof. Marquardt teaches advanced financial accounting to undergraduate students a seminar in empirical research in financial accounting to doctoral students. Her research focuses on corporate financial reporting strategy and has been published in The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Management Science, Review of Accounting Studies, Contemporary Accounting Research, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, and Accounting Horizons. Her research was also honored in 2007 with the American Accounting Association Financial and Reporting Section’s “Best Paper Award.” Professor Marquardt is an active member of the American Accounting Association and is on the editorial board of The Accounting Review and an editor for Accounting Horizons.
Kyung, H. Lee, and C. Marquardt. 2019. The effect of voluntary clawback adoption on non-GAAP reporting. Journal of Accounting and Economics, 67(1): 175-201.
Baloria, C. Marquardt, and C. Wiedman. 2017. A lobbying approach to evaluating the whistleblower provisions in the Dodd-Frank Reform Act of 2010. Contemporary Accounting Research, 34(3): 1305-1339.
C. Marquardt and E. Zur. 2015. The role of accounting quality in the M&A market. Management Science, 61(3): 604-623.
K. Kolev, C. Marquardt, and S. McVay. 2008. SEC scrutiny and the evolution of non-GAAP reporting. The Accounting Review, Vol. 83 (1): 157-184.
C. Marquardt and C.I. Wiedman. 2007. Economic consequences of financial reporting changes: Diluted EPS and contingent convertible securities. Review of Accounting Studies, Vol. 12 (4): 487-523.
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.
Baruch College Teaching Excellence Award, 2012
Baruch College Alumni Association Faculty Service Award, 2011
American Accounting Association (FARS) Best Paper Award, 2007
Arthur Andersen Dissertation Fellowship, 1995
American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 1994
Cornell University Tuition Scholarship, 1990-94
American Accounting Association Doctoral Fellowship, 1990
Beta Alpha Psi, 1989-90; Society of Women Accountants Scholarship, 1989